How Oxytane Removes Air Contamination From Fuel

Video Simulation / Demonstration

In this video we visually demonstrate exactly what Oxytane® does inside an engine’s fuel system and its intrinsic air release properties that lead to a denser, cleaner fuel burn inside any petrol or diesel engine.

The video is split into 2 parts. Part 1 is a fuel tank return simulation in the lab – part 2 is a view of a fuel tank on a Scania truck with the cap removed, so that you can see the rapid release of air bubbles from the fuel the second Oxytane® is intoduced into the system.

Imbalance fuel, along with other factors caused by a pressurised fuel system, absorbs and contaminates the fuel with air vapour and moisture like a sponge, leading to a substantial loss in a fuel’s density and increased surface tension. When fuel is treated with Oxytane® it removes the air vapors from the fuel, which results in higher cylinder pressures and a more complete combustion – restoring and improving fuel economy. The denser the fuel the more energy is liberated from it, resulting in more power with less emissions.

Fuel treated with Oxytane® solves fuel solvency issues which cleans carbon deposits in internal combustion engines restoring and going beyond any loss of economy and performance. Oxytane® treated fuels result in efficiently performing engines, reducing the occurrence of mechanical failure – thus reducing maintenance costs. Vibration and noise levels are noticeably and dramatically reduced when an engine is running.

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