Four steps to succeed a pollution test with a physicochemical effect device in road test. With the results compare with before the installation. ( In laboratory the test is slightly different. As EPA tests. In reason of the physicochemical character of the technology ) * with the appropriate method.
1- Start a folder, mark the millage from the odometer, before installation. From 2 to 6 month to collect the millage before the installation, keep and indicate the millage on every gas station receipt, all other necessary informations are on the bill to calculate the consumption ratio, cost by liter or gallon, total quantity purchased of gas or diesel, … at the same time we can start to analyze the gas or opacity, to know the current state of the combustion and the real gas consumption of this engine. ( The same engines do not have the same power torque or gas consumption, gas emission, even brand new from manufacturer’s. )
2- Mark the millage, the ” D ” day installation of the device by a certified installer, read the current state by a 5 gas analyzer for a gasoline engine or a smoke opacity tester for diesel emissions. ( fast visible effects and progressive, optimal readings to come, breaking the device combined with the engine running on road test start… )
3- Breakings the technology with the engine in a current use, during this time the system oxygenate the fuel and optimizing the combustion and cleaning the engine from the carbon and all deposits in the explosion chamber or the compression chamber to the end of the tail pipe. For a period of 2 to 4 months or more depending of the current use of the user. Read the current state from the combustion by a 5 gas analyzer for a gasoline engine or a smoke opacity tester for diesel emissions.
4- Last day of the road test. Read the current state from the combustion by a 5 gas analyzer for a gasoline engine or a smoke opacity tester for diesel emissions, the results are optimal, more torque produced in low speed due to the fluency of the moving parts. Compile your data and calculate the savings, more millage, due to a better combustion.
*results may vary from a vehicle to another due to the uniqueness of each engine who can have a different HP, the different weight of the driver, a unique driving style to each driver, the adherence of the road, the pressure in the tires, the different route, the tire alignement and their resistance, any electric device used, pre-heat during winter.