Costa Mesa, CA, – ProOne, Inc. announced the addition of a new fuel additive product which offers extraordinary fuel economy and emission reduction benefits.
ProOne’s Fuel Maximizer is a super-concentrated fuel catalyst which creates more efficient combustion to produce more energy, significantly reduce fuel consumption and lower emissions. Ideal for industrial boilers and diesel engines of all sizes and mixed with diesel fuel at a 1:3,000 ratio, the technology works by breaking down large fuel particles and accelerating the combustion of hard-to-burn hydrocarbon molecules, resulting in more efficient combustion and producing more energy and less emissions per unit of fuel burned. By liberating more of the fuel’s chemical energy, it improves fuel efficiency with less fuel wasted in the form of particulate emissions, reducing ash formation and virtually eliminating opacity out the exhaust.
The technology has been thoroughly tested by independent laboratories and proven itself in numerous applications with truck fleets across the country. In addition to numerous emissions and lubricity tests, the product passed the SAE J1321 Joint TMC/SAE Fuel Consumption Procedure Type II Test run by prestigious Southwest Research Institute, something very few other fuel additives have been able to accomplish. Unlike 99% of the fuel treatments that are on the market which have the same 5 basic ingredients, ProOne Fuel Maximizer is a fuel catalyst that uses a completely different technology and had to go through extensive testing before being registered with the EPA.
“ProOne Fuel Maximizer is a cost-effective way to combat today’s high fuel prices and reduce operating costs,” stated Elton Alderman, President of ProOne, Inc. “The need for this technology has never been greater with so much pressure on fleet operators to reduce their fuel costs and meet emission requirements.
We would like to address a subject matter very dear to our performance hearts and that is the performance of the Fuel Maximizer which is sometimes not used in conjunction with the Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer which in my opinion is a big mistake, but addressing the single performance of the Fuel Maximizer.