The test protocol employed a chassis dynamometer and used the HOT-505 test procedure (First phase of a Federal Test Procedure-75 emissions test) to determine the exhaust emissions during the test cycle. This test includes low and high speeds and simulates hill climbing and other driving conditions during the 505 second run.
Monrovia, CA (PRWEB) December 12, 2006
The completion of initial tests by California Environmental Engineering (CEE) determined that exhaust emissions of a light-duty gasoline automobile showed significant reductions in harmful emissions when using the Biofriendly Corporation's liquid fuel combustion catalyst Green Plus®. Reductions of 39.9% in total hydrocarbons (HC), 45.2% in Carbon Monoxide (CO) and 9.4% reduction in Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) were achieved. At the same time, Green Plus demonstrated an improvement in fuel economy.
California Environmental Engineering (CEE) is an independent EPA recognized and CARB- accepted laboratory that has provided vehicle testing for many major automotive vehicle manufacturers. CEE is one of 31 Labs recognized nationally by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as capable of performing emission testing in accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). CEE participates yearly in the multi-laboratory cross check program sponsored by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and typically registers in the top ten percent of test facilities that closely emulate the average emission readings of all participating Labs.
Mr. Joe Jones, Program Director for CEE wrote in his report, "The results for all the gaseous tailpipe emissions exhibit a significant improvement between the Baseline test(s) and those after mileage accumulation using Biofriendly's liquid catalyst 'GREEN PLUS'. Additionally, the improvement in the fuel economy is considered significant for a vehicle of its age and accumulated miles, especially since the vehicle was already running on a high-octane well-oxygenated fuel (indolene).
An overall reduction in emissions with mileage accumulation using the Biofriendly liquid catalyst is apparent. The substantial decrease in NOx and HC emissions is considered conclusive and noteworthy.
We believe the test data verifies the viability of the technology and that more dramatic improvement could be achieved through additional testing." The test protocol employed a chassis dynamometer and used the HOT-505 test procedure (First phase of a Federal Test Procedure-75 emissions test) to determine the exhaust emissions during the test cycle. This test includes low and high speeds and simulates hill climbing and other driving conditions during the 505 second run."
Under development for over 10 years, Green Plus employs nanotechnology (working at the molecular level) to achieve a breakthrough combination of improved fuel economy and reduced emissions. Biofriendly's Green Plus is a liquid combustion catalyst that is added in very small quantities to fuel in order to create a more complete, cooler and more linear burn. The product has undergone rigorous testing in the United States and Europe, and has over 4 billion miles of on-road/on-ocean use. Green Plus is now available commercially worldwide.
About Biofriendly Corporation
Biofriendly Corporation has introduced Green Plus, a liquid fuel combustion catalyst, the world's most effective solution for significantly improving fuel economy and reducing harmful emissions. Green Plus is designed for use in diesel, gasoline and other hydrocarbon-based fuels. This patent-pending product was invented by the same innovators who created Vortoil, the award-winning oil-water separator for offshore oil production. For more information, please visit http://www.biofriendly.com.