EnerBurn

EnerBurn® works by conditioning the combustion chamber surfaces with a nano scale catalytic coating that doubles the rate of combustion. This causes higher pressure earlier on crank angle which allows the engine to produce more work (HP) with the same amount of fuel. With the work load being the same, this translates into greater fuel efficiency (gph). Because of increased work conversion caused by earlier pressure on crank angle, the exhaust temperature of the engine is reduced by approximately 40-44 degrees F. The emission benefits are achieved due to aMore Complete Combustion, Lower Operating Temperature, and Lower Overall Pressure.This accounts for theReduction of Unburnedcarbon being released via the exhaust and back into the oil as soot.

EnerBurn technology does the following:

  • Improves Fuel Economy by 8 to 10% thus lowering Carbon Footprint
  • Reduces NOx by 15 to 20%
  • Substantially Reduces Hydrocarbon (CO, CxHy, and DPM) Emissions
  • Reduces Engine Wear by 50%

Our company, Petro-Chem Industries, Inc. is a nationwide distributor of Enerburn® for Enerteck Chemical Corporation.  This technology was acquired by Enerteck some years ago from Nalco Chemical where it was originally developed and proven with their joint venture partner, Exxon Chemical. The EnerBurn® technology is currently in use at a number of large companies in the oil and gas exploration, marine, construction and trucking industries.

Petro-Chem Industries, Inc. began in Houston, TX and our principals have many decades experience in the oil and gas industry with companies such as Exxon, Mobil and Nalco. We are familiar with the fallacies of “snake oil”. This product is a legitimate technology that improves the combustion of any fuel and is not based on the typical detergent chemistries of other fuel additive products.


How the technology works:

 

The product is a fuel borne catalyst called EnerBurn® that is registered with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
EnerBurn® catalytically accelerates the combustion of diesel fuel causing it to reach “Maximum and End Burn” earlier in each power stroke of an Internal Combustion Engine (ICE). This results in more complete combustion prior to the exhaust valve opening, thus greatly lowering Carbon Monoxide, unburned hydrocarbon, and particulates in the exhaust and soot loading in the lube oil.

The more fuel that can be burned prior to the normal quenching effect caused by the rapid expansion of the combustion chamber as the piston moves downward, the better the end result of emissions reduction and improved fuel economy. This is accomplished in engines that are conditioned with EnerBurn®.

Correspondingly, in-cylinder pressure develops faster and the exhaust gas temperature is lowered resulting in higher engine efficiency and lower wear. This aspect is the key to lowering the production of NOx and substantially extending engine life.

As an added benefit EnerBurn® gradually cleans the combustion chamber area of deposited carbon as the catalyzed combustion temperature of carbon drops from 1090°F to 720°F. Carbon deposits on exhaust side turbochargers and DPF’s are substantially reduced, with correspondingly lower O & M expenses for the business. EnerBurn® truly is a safe, simple and very cost-effective solution to many problems related to diesel fuel applications. EnerBurn is rapidly becoming the most trusted name in the fuel combustion catalyst market. Ask your Petro-Chem Industries, Inc. representative to generate a Return on Investment (ROI) analysis for your fuel application today.

 

NOx Production in Diesel Engines

Introduction: NOx is formed as a by-product by diesel engines and generally increases with Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT). Newer OEM engine designs have improved combustion efficiency to meet more stringent requirements for diesel particulate matter (DPM) emissions but often at the expense of increased NOx production 1. EnerBurn® conditions diesel engines to improve fuel combustion efficiency by increasing the burn rate of diesel during the power stroke of the piston. As a consequence in-cylinder combustion is more complete and EGT is reduced thereby lowering NOx production.
 
Background: Diesel Engine Exhaust Gas Temperatures (EGT) measurements with and without EnerBurn®. EGT measurements performed by Southwest Research Institute. www.swri.org 
Exhaust Graph
The use of Enerburn® fuel combustion catalyst reduced diesel fuel consumption by 5.5% (+/- 1%). This result was measured in a 1250 KVA diesel engine by a 3rd-party Engineering company. Test equipment was calibrated according to manufacturer’s instructions and traceable to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) prior to the test.      Rock Crusher Graph     

BlueNo Enerburn® (baseline fuel consumption)

Redfuel treated with Enerburn®

(new benchmark for fuel consumption)

Figure 1: Blue - Before Enerburn®, Red - with Enerburn® after 500 hours of engine run time.

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