The testing, which was conducted by an independent accredited research facility in San Antonio, showed that XenTx Extreme Diesel Fuel Treatment boosted power by 3 percent while increasing lubricity by more than 40 percent. On-road tests have shown an 11 percent decrease in particulates (black smoke).
Based on current fuel costs and miles driven, truck owners could save up to $1,200 per vehicle, per year, while meeting strict new emissions standards in states such as Texas and California.
Since cars, trucks, SUVs, big-rigs, buses and off-road vehicles account for up to half of the smog-forming volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides in the air, reducing vehicular emissions remains an important part of clean air efforts. But modern diesel engines using low-sulfur fuels to reduce emissions lose lubricity, and the increased wear reduces horsepower and mileage and shortens engine life.
XenTx Extreme Diesel Fuel Treatment is designed to restore needed lubricity while reducing emissions. The result is improved mileage while meeting strict emission requirements, which is attractive to fleet managers as well as truck owners and operators.
Clark County in Nevada has signed on to use EMTA's diesel additive in all of its county-owned diesel-powered vehicles, for a total net savings of $162,000 annually, based on estimated increases in fuel economy and the current cost of diesel fuel.
XenTx products are available at most major retailers. For more information, visit www.xentx.com.