About SMART Emissions Reducer
#1. Is it really possible to inexpensively reduce emissions?
Yes, emissions are a result of incomplete or uncontrolled combustion reactions. With
this technology we have consistently demonstrated that combustion can be
manipulated to such a high degree that emissions are reduced significantly as a
result of the cleaner, more complete burn process. Thousands of hours in research
and development have enabled us to produce this technology in such a way as to be
extremely efficient, compact and light weight. This ultimately translates to cost
effectiveness in manufacturing and installation. As well, the improvements instilled to
the combustion process translates quickly into improved performance and reduced
maintenance allowing existing emission control equipment to last longer and function
at their optimum longer.
#2. Can such a system be adaptable and function well on new and old engines?
Yes, this technology easily adapts to any and all types of internal combustion
engines, even old ones. The concept of combustion hasn't really changed over the
years, fire is fire. Even though, new injection systems and computers ultimately
influence combustion reactions. By extremely high pressure injection system or
variable rate injection, fire can be more easily modified using reactive
intermediately. This enables us to be able to effectively influence and improve
combustion on virtually any engine, old or new.
#3. What modifications are involved and are they expensive or complicated?
The modifications necessary to adapt this technology to most any given engine, old
or new, is relatively easy. In most cases it involved simply fitting the device in the
crankcase emission vent tube. The unit is light weight and compact enabling it to
easily be connected, usually in line, enabling the crankcase emission to pass through
the device and into the engines air ingestion system before the combustion chamber.
Being light weight and compact, it does not interfere with any of the engines
accessories or operating systems.
#4. How long will the system last?
The device is designed specifically to process toxic, gooey crankcase emissions
without itself being consumed in the reaction or becoming contaminated by these
emissions. Its external structure is designed to allow these emissions to be
processed without restriction and maintenance is not generally required. As well, the
reaction involved absorbs heat, therefore the condition involving the modification of
these emissions are very mild contaminants are not baked on the surface as often
occurs with exhaust-type, heat releasing catalytic converters. The device is believed
to last at least 10+ years.
#5. Will it function in various industries such as underground mines, farm equipment, on-road vehicles?
Yes. All engines produce crankcase emissions regardless if their operating
environments or odd conditions. We have successfully demonstrated in many
commercial applications that the environment or condition of operation have no
effect on the units' function. In fact, we have observed that in extreme cold climates,
the engines start easier with the device installed and in extremely hot countries, the
engine ran cooler. Therefore, as long as an engine is operating, the crankcase gases
can be modified successfully with our technology.
#6. Will customers appreciate the changes imparted by the systems function?
Yes. The entire purpose of modifying crankcase emissions with this technology is to
improve the engines function while reducing exhaust emissions simultaneously. This
technology is very unique in that it can convert toxic emissions into performance
enhancing reactive fragments without additives or any external assistance such as
heat or electricity. Maintenance is also not an issue. This is not like any known
system because there are no filters to clean or replace and the significant
improvements to an engines performance and long term durability are what
motivates most customers to want this technology. A reduction in vibration, sound,
smoke and engine temperatures accompany an increase in performance and engine
durability are realized by most customers and appreciated.
#7. Is there anything similar on the market?
No. We have extensive field experience ranging from lawn mowers to ship engines.
Never have we seen technology such as this, anywhere. We have also discovered
that the unique method in modifying crankcase emissions to produce reactive
intermediates introduces a completely new concept in the field of manipulating
combustion reactions. Also, since fire itself is a chemical reaction, it makes perfect
logic that the chemistry involving our technology can ultimately improve combustion
characteristics as well as reduce exhaust emissions.
#8. Are there any risks involved with product use? Manufacturing materials?
No. This technology involves heat absorbing chemical reactions between the
crankcase emission and specifically chosen materials inside the device. The materials
are non toxic, nor are they consumed. The temperatures are mild and there is a
slight vacuum draw rather than pressure. There are no fluids to leak or freeze and if
a hose connection was removed, at any time on a diesel engine, there would be no
detrimental effect on the unit or the engine.
#9. How is it possible to work with all different types of engines and fuels?
This technology works with most any internal combustion engine because they
virtually all produce crankcase emissions and, since fire is simply a chemical
reaction, regardless of fuel used, it can be modified. Conventional belief is that different fuels involve different, unique combustion reactions. We have learned through extensive field testing that all engines respond favorably to the ingestion and combustion of the reactive intermediates produced by our device. The chemical reaction involving fire, regardless of fuel, become more controlled resulting in improved performance and reduced emissions.
#10. Can the system be successfully manufactured in large quantities?
Yes, after nearly eight years of field testing in research and development we have
maximized the efficiency in the design of the device enabling mass production with
minimal effort. The current design allows unlimited parameters in flexibility of design
such as shape, size or application. This technology is currently in mass production.
#11. How many different model sizes are available and can changes easily be made if necessary to adapt to new applications?
Any size of device desired can be easily manufactured from motorcycles to very large
diesel engines in ships. It only requires that sufficient volume be allowed for the
internal application; the technology itself is the same, it only requires sealing to
enable adaptation to the various applications.
#12. Is the technology safe?
Yes, the technology is safe. It does not produce heat or is under any pressure. The
gases exiting the device are not as unhealthy as the crankcase gases entering the
unit. The modified gases are reactive to fuels and other hydrocarbons such as oil
residues. As well, crankcase gases are not under pressure or high heat condition.
This allows flexibility and safety in installation unlike fuel processing, or exhaust
#13. How will it affect the engine and what are the long term benefits?
Normally an engine produces crankcase gases, which are either recycled back into
the combustion chamber or vented into the atmosphere. These toxic gases, when
recycled, cause the engine to become contaminated with carbon sludge eventually
reducing its life span considerably. The sticky tar-like material sticks in rings, valves
and other components reducing their service life. These gases also reduce
combustion efficiency producing vibration, excess heat and worse exhaust emissions.
As well, performance s reduced. Open crankcase vent systems contribute to cancer.
When crankcase gases are recycled but pass through the device, they become
considerably different. They effectively clean the engines combustion system
allowing rings and valves to work freely. They also improve combustion ultimately
reducing vibration, sound and exhaust emissions. As well, performance becomes
significantly improved. Engines run cooler, last longer and pollute less. These effects
are sustained for very long periods of time when using this technology, even under
extended use commercial application. It has also been noted that an engines
lubricating oil stays cleaner, longer. All of these effects are logic repercussions of
using modified crankcase emissions to manipulate and control combustion reactions.
#14. How long does it take to demonstrate its function?
Many engines respond immediately to the installation of this technology. Usually an
engine produces noticeably less toxic emissions, runs smoother and quieter within a
few minutes. However, the full effects are not realized until the engine has been run
and worked significantly to allow contaminants to be cleaned from the rings and
valves. As the engine becomes clean and the compression pressures restored it
performs better and better. In many cases this happens in only a few hours and in
some extreme cases it requires over one hundred hours. Most importantly, once
installed, the unit will allow the engine to remain in service significantly longer.
Cleaner engines perform better, last longer and produce less toxic emissions. Many
old engines that we have demonstrated this technology on are performing better
than ever have, even better than when they were new.
#15. Are there any modifications necessary on engines with computers or
emissions control technology?
Modern engines use computers to help control the combustion system, for example,
by manipulating injection pressure. These engines usually recycle crankcase emission
which significantly contaminates the entire intake and combustion system. As well,
the exhaust system and emissions control equipment become excessively
contaminated with un-burnt crankcase emissions over time. When these gases are
modified by our system, they no longer contaminate the engines sensors and
combustion system allowing them to work as intended. Most importantly, however,
the modified gases improve the combustion process regardless of the computers
influence. When the chemical reaction of fire is improved with our system, the
combustion process becomes more efficient ultimately providing more work with less
energy input. The computer sensors never indicate problems and, in fact, by having
them cleaned and by producing smoother combustion reactions, allow even greater
benefits than otherwise possible.