FUEL ACTIVATOR — a device which is installed on a fuel hose of any car and significantly reduces fuel consumption by 20% and improves the engine performance.
REDUCES FUEL CONSUMPTION — 20%
FUEL burns more completely with the Activator, and there is no soot on pistons, cylinders and spark plugs.
On the DIESEL cars, the injectors don’t get polluted, and there is no black smoke even at the throttling and during idle run.
ANY FUEL (petrol, diesel, gas), having passed through 10 magnetic fields of these Activator, COMPLETELY change its structure and properties, the fuel burns more completely and evenly.
Due to this, the engine begins to work much BETTER.
That is, we get quite different (better) fuel.
Usually, it is already noticeable after 10 — 20 km of run of the car with the installed Activator. Imagine how the engine is running with VERY GOOD FUEL …
You should agree that chopped firewood burns much better than whole logs … The same thing happens with the automobile fuel.
Activator is recommended for all makes of cars, of all kinds of fuel – GAS, GASOLINE, DIESEL FUEL.
Activators can be easily installed and operated:
1. Fuel consumption reduction by 20%
2. The power of engine is slightly increased.
3. The pistons and cylinders are cleaned from soot, sludge, slag and coke.
4. Prevent the formation of sludge on engine’s valves, piston rings, cylinder walls, in the spark plugs.
5. Reduce engine noise and vibration.
6. Reduce well CO and CH in the exhaust gases by 30-40%.
COMBUSTION ACTIVATOR reduces the fuel consumption of any cars by 20%. At the same time, it significantly improves the engine performance.
To find it out, simply click on the make of your car!
Alfa Romeo Audi BMW Chevrolet Chrysler Citroen Dodge Fiat Ford Honda Hummer Hyundai Infiniti Isuzu Jeep Kia Land Rover Mazda Mercedes Mitsubishi Nissan Opel Peugeot Renault SAAB SAAB Scania Seat Skoda Ssang Yong Subaru Suzuki Toyota Volvo Volkswagen
In the section, EXAMPLES OF INSTALLATION, you will find 500 photos of Activators, installed on cars of different makes (by the way, you will find, how they are installed on your car.
Knowing where the fuel hose is situated, Activators are installed within 5 minutes (see INSTALLATION)
ATTENTION! The main difference of THESE ACTIVATORS is in that in them 20 magnets are installed, which for a short time CHANGE THE STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF FUEL.
In other similar activators, which can be used on cars, there are only 2 powerful magnets, which are not able to change anything in the fuel (see «ANALOGUES»).
When you don’t like the Aktivators, then with no doubt you can return them back within 30 days (read «RETURN»).
ACTIVATOR reduces the fuel consumption of any cars by 20%.
The operating life is at least 15 years
We produce and sell them starting from 2008
The set of Activators (2 Activators) — 50,00 EUR (57,00$)
The price includes the deliver by post.
By postponing the purchase of a Activator, you OVERPAY for FUEL!
When installing both the Fuel combustion Activators and Autothermie Activators, FUEL CONSUMPTION is reduced by 30-40%!
Who doesn’t love Activators:
1. Car manufacturers and oil companies. Most of the shares of car companies are owned by oil companies, which do not need to produce cars with low fuel consumption. They need to sell more oil!
2. Fuel dealers. Everything is clear, the more you save fuel, the less income they have.
3. Mechanics of car repairs. With Activators, the engine works better. The lack of carbon on the pistons, cylinders, plugs, injectors. That is, less repair is required, and this is a direct loss for car mechanics.
4. State. The less you spend on fuel, the less the state gets from excise and sales taxes.
That is why there is so much false and negative information about the Activators.
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The water after the magnetic treatment is soft, very tasty, thirst-quenching, with the correct acid-alkaline balance (pH = 7,1 — 7,5). At the same time, it is a STRONG ANTIOXIDANT, and this already prevents ONCOLOGICAL diseases.
Vehicle fuel consumption
Fuel consumption of the car, more precisely, the specific fuel consumption of the car — the amount of fuel consumed by the car. It is usually given to the distance traveled; for special vehicles on a car base, the hourly fuel consumption can also be determined. The actual consumption is affected, among other things, by the quality of the fuel and the conditions of the trip, so these parameters are normalized for comparison.
Currently, it is one of the most important characteristics of the car and its engine, primarily in Europe and developed countries in other parts of the world. Throughout the history of car production, manufacturers around the world have been solving the problem of reducing fuel consumption. After the «oil crisis» of the early 70s of the XX century, due to the sharp rise in the price of oil and petroleum products, the specific fuel consumption of the car became one of the most important characteristics when choosing a car by the buyer.
Currently, government agencies in most developed countries are exerting pressure on both car manufacturers and national markets to encourage the development, production and purchase of as fuel-efficient cars as possible.
In general, we can confidently say that almost all the design elements of a modern car have an impact on fuel consumption. Starting from an efficient engine, correctly selected transmission ratios, then — the weight of the car, its aerodynamic drag coefficient, the energy consumption of additional equipment, tires with low rolling resistance; ending with the use of oils that have lower mixing losses and reduce friction, and even such tricks as adjusting the current of the fuel pump to supply exactly the right amount of fuel to the engine, and not driving the fuel «in a circle», respectively, spent less energy on its work.
In addition, one of the most important sources of fuel consumption is the braking of the car: usually all the kinetic energy of the car’s movement, which was used up by the fuel (acceleration), is converted into heat during braking, and is dissipated in space. It is this fact that has brought to life the creation and successful sales of hybrid cars, which have the main advantage over conventional ones — the recovery of energy when braking the car, its return for the next acceleration.
The human factor is also important: an » aggressive «car that» pushes «the driver to drive too actively, in practice, will consume significantly more fuel than a car with a» calm » character, despite the fact that the first can be even more economical than the second when tested in standardized conditions.
Features of calculating the fuel consumption of cars
Previously, the calculation of fuel consumption was determined during factory tests by professional drivers during road tests on special tracks, now this method is retained in some car factories, but it is used for selective control of fuel consumption by manufactured cars, the check is determined by in-plant technical specifications, and is usually not published.[source not specified 3329 days]. . With the increasing demands of the market, the methodology of industrial standardized tests carried out on the stands was developed. This technique allowed us to exclude any subjective influences and is characterized by high reproducibility of the results.
The methodology for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions is documented in Directives EC 715/2007 and EC 692/2008.
For more accurate calculations, special cycles are allocated, a detailed description of the cycles is available in the above-mentioned Directives.:
«urban» cycle-is characterized by a greater intensity of changes in the speed of the car, including the need to warm up, the engine operation during parking at traffic lights and in «traffic jams», as well as acceleration and sharp speed drops to zero. As a result, increased fuel consumption;
«country» cycle-characterized by a greater smoothness of the course and a stable speed, close to the cruising speed. Consequence: relatively low fuel consumption[source not specified 3329 days];
«mixed» cycle-is a combination of conditions when both sharp «urban» and calm «country» driving styles are used. Moreover, it is not necessary that the «country» part of the cycle is carried out outside the city: the main thing is to preserve the driving style as in the «country» cycle.
During the tests, the car is located in the test laboratory, on the power stand-the wheels of the car turn the drums of the stand, the automation (previously the test driver) clearly performs the acceleration-uniform movement-braking cycles. The flow analysis is based on the analysis of exhaust gases (in some versions of the test, a hardware flow meter is cut into the fuel line).
Head lighting, all additional electrical loads, air conditioning, etc. are turned off, the car is fully functional and serviced, the tank is filled with reference fuel, there is no air resistance.
It should be noted that these data are published, as they can be confirmed at any time on the test bench. These data allow us to objectively compare different cars, or cars of different modifications, etc. Having obtained the result on these tests that the car » A «is 20% more economical than the car» B», we have the right to expect that in real operation the ratio of fuel consumption of» A «and» B » will be close (not taking into account, for example, different body aerodynamics).
But at the same time, the specified standards EC 715/2007 and EC 692/2008 (namely, they are specified by car Manufacturers) can in no way be the norms of practical, operational consumption or write-off of fuel in accounting. For the purpose of writing off fuel when operating cars in Russia, periodically reissued documents of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and/or other departmental acts are used (for example, for the military-the corresponding order of the Minister of Defense, etc.)
Factors affecting fuel consumption
Fuel consumption is affected by many factors, including random ones. The main reasons for an undesirable increase in consumption:
first of all, the driving style of the car and the features of its operation, aggressive driving style (high speed and sharp acceleration of the car), insufficient distance (provoking frequent braking), incorrect choice of driving mode (for example, driving in a suboptimal gear);
a modern car equipped with a catalyst in the exhaust system has a high-precision fuel dosage system, with feedback on the composition of the exhaust gases: malfunctions of the engine and its systems can make this dosage system ineffective and inaccurate, cause incomplete fuel combustion, and reduce the efficiency of the engine itself. But it should be noted that violations of the fuel metering system are monitored by the built-in diagnostic tools in the car and in case of non-compliance with the parameters, a malfunction signal is activated (this is one of the requirements of environmental legislation);
increased resistance to movement (transmission malfunctions, incorrect wheel angles, low tire pressure, jammed brakes, car load, air resistance with oversized cargo or equipment, the presence of a trailer).
The key to the lowest fuel costs will be the correct technical condition of the car, the choice of the optimal driving mode, and the driver’s experience.[source not specified 3465 days] Other important factors:
transmission ratios (the ratio of the number of teeth of the driven gear to the number of teeth of the drive gearbox or gearbox)
Fuel consumption rationing
Transport organizations and companies set the maximum permissible level of fuel consumption when operating vehicles. At the same time, the basic level of consumption and the calculated and standard level of consumption are distinguished. The basic fuel consumption level is determined for the vehicle according to the standard methodology and sets the rate of consumption under normal conditions of use. The estimated standard level of consumption takes into account the specific operating conditions of the vehicle, as well as other factors, in particular, repairs. At the same time, the norms do not include fuel costs for garage, technical and other economic needs, which are set separately.
The following types of norms are common:
consumption rate per 100 km of mileage;
the rate of consumption per 100 ton-kilometers (takes into account the additional fuel consumption, when transporting cargo);
the rate of consumption depending on the category of the vehicle (passenger car, truck, bus, etc.); the
rate of consumption depending on the type of engine (gasoline, diesel, gas).
To correctly account for all possible operational factors, correction factors are introduced.
Fuel consumption rates are increasing:
when working in winter in the southern and northern regions of the country, as well as in the Far North;
when working in mountainous areas, depending on the altitude above sea level;
when working on roads with a complex plan (at least 501 turns per 100 km of track);
when working in cities, depending on the number of people;
when transporting bulky, dangerous, etc. cargo;
when working on new cars or on cars after major repairs;
when working in heavy road conditions (snow, floods, muddy roads, etc.);
when driving in training;
when using the air conditioner in the cabin;