IET Announces New Fuel/emissions Reduction Technology Advancements for all Diesel and Gasoline Engines

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IET has developed and is marketing new fuel/emission reduction technology for all diesel and gasoline engine from 100 to 20,000 Horse Power. These products in conjuction with new "MVP" vehicle control technolgy creates fuel reductions of up to 30% and emission reductions of up to 97% Products are easy to install and are sold worldwide for all makes of engines. IET is seeking qualified worldwide representation for these systems.

International Engine Technologies (IET) announces new fuel/emissions reduction technology advancements - Boron CLS Bond™ in conjunction with new Motor Vehicle Performance (“MVP”) systems.

Major benefits of MVP are – Decreased fuel usage; Lowering of labor costs; Effective vehicle utilization, all provide fast ROI’s and increasing company profitability.

IET will utilize these technologies in combination with other technologies to reduce fuel consumption from 18-30% depending on applications and reduce PM,NOX emissions up to 97%. The newer emission technologies will replace SCR in a more cost effective application. For engine sizes from 100 to 50,000 Horse Power.

This extraordinary technology, Boron CLS Bond™, was developed at Argonne National Laboratory on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of Energy Laboratory. The product has been subjected to rigorous user field tests and extensive laboratory testing for several years. It has also been verified by a world recognized, accredited international agency to: increase lubricity, reduce friction, increase horsepower and Greenhouse Gas emissions.

The product is listed in the GHG (Green House Gas) Clean Projects Registry for “Mobile GHG Reductions.” By using this product, GHG carbon credits can be calculated, accumulated and sold in international markets for cash. It is reported to be the only engine treatment and fuel treatment to qualify for carbon offsets or credits. In addition, use of this fuel additive is particularly important in view of the stringent U.S. standards to reduce sulfur content in fuel through the use of ultralow sulfur diesel fuel and the need for added injector lubricant. CLS Boron Bond is developed as a fuel additive which lubricates the injection and combustion parts of the engine. This will allow more complete combustion.

As a result, Boron CLS Bond in conjunction with “MVP” Contributes To The Bottom Line:

  • Up to 80% reduction of friction and metal wear
  • Up to 18% (most vehicles) to 30%+ (other applications) increase in fuel economy

based on laboratory, field tests and applications

  • 50%-100% reduced maintenance intervals: increased equipment uptime
  • Reduction of GHG emissions and capture of carbon credits
  • Reduced wear and longer useful life (one treatment lasts 100,000 miles)
  • Idle reduction – reduction of fuel consumption
  • Increase safety controls
  • Reduced maintenance
  • Improved vehicle utilization
  • Reduced labor costs

In short, it offers an opportunity to significantly save money, decrease fuel use, increase equipment life, lower maintenance and help the environment.

Boron CLS Bond™ outperformed all other fluid or fluid dispersed, extreme pressure or friction reduction addictives. Its unique friction reduction is based on using crystalline boric acid platelets as a solid boundary layer between surfaces, and each platelet has strong macro-molecular bonding, giving it the equivalent of 85% the hardness of diamonds.

The systems are currently used in the U.S. and in many parts of the world by a wide array of private and public enterprises:
Trucking companies;
Power Companies;
Governmental (States, Counties, Cities);
Cars/Light Trucks;
General Industrial Equipment Applications.

These patented products are now available thru International Engine Technologies for both end users and worldwide distributors seeking to expanded market capabilities.

We welcome the interest of worldwide distribution organization with qualified backgrounds.

Contact Rich Stolle @941-926-1410, or by email, and mail at 7061 S. Tamiami, Suite 107, Sarasota, FL. 34231 USA.


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