In a series of diesel vehicle tests conducted under the direction of the South Dakota National Guard, it was conclusively shown that the new Fuelade combustion enhancer improved fuel economy in M915A4 Freightliner vehicles by an average of 51.5% and reduced hydrocarbon emissions by 90.9%. Average carbon dioxide emissions were reduced by 25.45% and nitrogen oxide emissions were reduced by 5.33%. Conversely, oxygen emissions increased by an average of 4.93%. The tests were conducted during a rigorous three-day examination between June 12th and 15th of this year by the Guard, with this fuel economy being calculated by and reported to Fuelade Technologies, LLC.
These findings corroborate a pattern of favorable results we have witnessed in many other Fuelade case studies conducted during the past several months. We are in the process of on-going research and development in the lab to further validate our case study results. We believe the ramifications of these results for both the military and private sectors are substantial, especially in light of our mission of lessening our dependence on foreign fossil fuels and to reduce emissions.
Emissions tests used in all tests were performed with a Snap-On HHGA4X Hand Held 5 Gas Analyzer. The diesel fuel used was JP8, which is the jet fuel now used in nearly all tactical ground vehicles and electrical generators for the U.S. military. The average baseline for the three vehicles tested was 5.5 mpg. The average mpg for all vehicles increased to 8.33 mpg after the application of Fuelade, a 51.5% improvement.