Fossil fuels and air pollution
Reducing the carbon footprint of transport is a long-term and difficult process. Despite efforts, internal combustion engines are at the very top of technological possibilities today. These engines are widely represented in traffic, rail, air transport, but also shipping. New technically and economically available powertrains are the solutions to CO2 problems. However, as long as these alternatives are applied to everyday life, we will be dependent on the types of fuels we use. But, we provide an ecological and economic alternative that can make a significant contribution to solving the problems today.
The most common problems of internal combustion engines
Use of technology in transport and the petroleum industry
We provide a petroleum derivatives treatment specializing in CO2 reduction and suppression greenhouse gases and other negative environmental impacts. The treated mass reduces maintenance costs by not clogging technical equipment such as pipes and machines. The treatment is done by applying the Treasure © device to the engine part of the car or by treating the fuel directly in the production factories. In principle, it is a transformation to the so-called green energy, where after treatment with Treasure ©, intermediates acquire new properties that do not create problems of the traditional technological process. The installation takes place directly at the fuel manufacturer such as refineries or at users such as incinerators, heating plants or vehicle owners. From a broad point of view, it can be argued that the treatment eliminates the current problems of electric vehicles (alternative solution), especially their demand for electricity or energy storage in lithium batteries, which pose a danger to the environment arising from both the production and the disposal. It is important to highlight the treatment of the combustion air for each fuel, whether in gensets or boilers for different fuels.
In order to show you how the Treasure © device can eliminate air pollutants released into the air, we have prepared a demonstration of internal combustion engine measurements before and after the installing Treasure © in the engine part of both petrol and diesel engines. We have provided illustrative values from our measurements. However, the engine values depend on number of variables, e.g. type, age, depreciation and other.
Measurement of emissions from internal combustion vehicles