Effects on OCTANE and CETANE RATINGS using UBIEE PowerPill

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Every petrol engine is designed and built to run on petrol with a specific octane. Basically, the engine has an octane appetite. The problem is that the engine octane appetite increases over time. This is caused by the accumulation of internal deposits.

Carbon is the primary culprit in this appetite increase, as well as gum, varnish and dirt. When the engine has an appetite for petrol with a higher octane than is being used, the results are unpleasantly obvious – poor drive ability, knock, ping, and excessive emissions.

The  high tech PowerPill FE-3 does offer a total answer with the one-two punch answer of PowerPill FE-3. Firstly, as it dissolves, PowerPil1 FE-3 safely increases the fuel octane. Depending on the grade of petrol, PowerPill FE-3 increases octane 1 to 4 numbers. Secondly, PowerPil1 FE-3 works rapidly to reduce the engine’s octane appetite between 2 and 8 numbers. Therefore, there is a dual impact of increased octane in the fuel and a reduced octane appetite from the engine.

This is powerful medicine for your vehicle increasing engine power and reducing running costs. The base cost of the low octane fuel plus the cost of one PowerPill FE-3 per tank-fill (approximately 50 litres), is considerably less than the cost of filling up with the high octane fuel. Immediate savings are obvious as the PowerPill FE-3 virtually pays for its cost instantly and all the other benefits become a bonus. PowerPill FE-3 dissolves safely and completely in fuel and does not melt in storage in high temperatures.

The many attributes of PowerPill FE-3 apply to diesel engines. Depending on the quality of the diesel fuel, PowerPill FE-3 can raise the cetane rating by up to 6 numbers, substantially improving performance. In addition, PowerPill FE-3 cleans the combustion chamber of carbon deposits, it raises the peak flame temperature, which in turn reduces smoke and harmful emissions and improves specific output power.

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1 Comment

  1. Mohd Farhan said,

    June 25, 2011 at 5:37 am

    hi,

    can u provide me technical data/test to prove that powerfill can increase octane/cetane level? i’m interested to know about it.


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