E3 PLUS – Ceramic bars
The header page on this site explains the fuel degrading subject.
E3 PLUS nanotechnology both revives degraded fuel to a clean condition and prevents clean and cleaned fuel from degrading. It returns and maintains fuel in a freshly refined condition specified by EU standards EN590 (Diesel) and EN14214 (Biodiesel). This includes restoring and maintaining calorific and cetane values set out in those standards.
E3 PLUS Ceramic bars are for fuel tank applications up to 3,000 litres. They do not compromise engine, vehicle or equipment warranties because they are not attached to, nor do they alter the machinery in any way.
E3 PLUS bars are small ceramic units made up with 15 natural minerals including 40% silicate materials which are baked at 1600oC.
Measuring 1.7cm x 8.2cm x 0.5cm, the bars are for insertion into and sit on the floor of the fuel tank.
Weighing 32gms each, the ceramic bars sink to the tank floor and cannot float. They will not affect the fuel pump, or interfere with the fuel sender or any other fitments.
One ceramic bar is required for each 15 litres of fuel tank capacity. A 70 litre fuel tank will therefore need 5 bars.
Once in the fuel, the ceramic bars are guaranteed to be operative 24 hours a day for 5 years and are effective between -80oC and +400oC. They will not disintegrate, break down or decompose in normal conditions and use. At the end of the 5 year life cycle, the bars are easily removed and replaced.
E3 PLUS separates out extended hydrocarbon chains in fuels, with nano particles moving at the same resonant frequency of hydrocarbon fuel molecules, charging colloid particles and separating unstable bonds.
The ceramic bars emit patented (No. 10-0902676) nano particles – Far infrared radiated pulses (wavelength 1-20μ) and E3 anions (5,000 ea/cm3+), to increase the energy density of the fuel whilst keeping the fuel within EN standards.
Further, E3 anion nano particles ionise and stabilize new structures by neutralising free radicals.
It is the patented Far infrared radiated nano particles and E3 anions that is E3 PLUS nanotechnology. The ceramic bar is the ‘housing’ for the technology which enables delivery of the nano particles and E3 anions.
The ongoing ionization causes the fuel molecules to remain stable in this fresher state, preventing them from conjoining and returning into the larger, less combustible clumped fuel chains.
Cleaner and more complete fuel burn reduces carbon (soot) build up in the engine. This cleaner burn will gradually disperse and clear any existing carbon deposits – especially beneficial for older engines.
Typical return on investment for E3 PLUS is inside 12 months.
Faster and more efficient fuel combustion achieved with E3 PLUS, promotes maximum fuel energy to power conversion, creating an increase in low-end torque, so less power is needed to start and maintain the momentum of the vehicle. For example and simply put, to drive at any given constant speed, less fuel throughput is required to maintain that speed. This at once translates to an increase in MPG.
The positive fuel improvement by E3 PLUS is the only effect of the technology. It has no effect on anything with the vehicle itself. It’s just the energy density, viscosity and filterability of the fuel that is restored, resulting in a better fuel flow, fuel combustion and therefore increased engine performance.
As well as everyday use, E3 PLUS is the perfect solution to rejuvenate and maintain fuel in short, medium and long term fuel storage applications.
The technology destroys fuel degrading microbials and their biofilm habitat in both fuel and fuel storage facilities. Microbials and biofilm can also slow fuel flow, block filters and affect combustion.
The bars are inserted into the fuel tank by removing the fuel pump assembly or through the filling hole by removing the filler cap and anti siphon device. Once the bars are inserted, the removed components are re-fitted. The procedure should be performed by a qualified vehicle mechanic/engineer and takes about 15 minutes.
E3 PLUS – Fuel Performance Units (FPU)
E3 PLUS Fuel performance unit for connecting into a fuel line
The FPU nanotechnology and how it works is the same as E3 PLUS Ceramic bars, except the technology is housed in an aluminium body. The FPU houses a chamber specifically designed to reflect and intensify the E3 PLUS effect, improving and stabilizing the fuel as it passes through.
As with the ceramic bars, the E3 PLUS nanotechnology both revives degraded fuel to a clean condition and prevents clean and cleaned fuel from degrading.
The difference is that as the ceramic bars sit in the fuel (on the floor of the fuel tank) and treat the fuel 24 hours a day, keeping it fresh at all times. The FPU is for fixing into a fuel line and fuel is regenerated as it passes through intense E3 PLUS Far Infrared Radiation and E3 anions generated inside the FPU cylinder.
The line can be A fuel in, B fuel out or a C closed loop system.
A Fuel in method. The FPU is added to the ‘fuel in’ line and so E3 PLUS nanotechnology conditions the fuel as it enters storage. This does not provide ongoing treatment within the storage facility.
B Fuel out method. The FPU is added to the ‘fuel out’ line and so it conditions the fuel as it leaves storage. This does not provide ongoing treatment within the storage facility – only as the fuel exits.
C Closed loop. The FPU is added to a ‘closed loop’ circuitry system so the fuel can be circulated around, either continually or on a controlled regular schedule. This conditions the fuel as it circulates within the storage facility and so will remain fresh at all times.
Customer requirement and circumstances will determine the best method of use – or combinations of the solutions.
Variants of flow capacity and fitting options available are …
FPU 102 1/2” (12.5mm) bore BSP Flange
FPU 104 1/2” (12.5 mm) bore BSP thread
FPU108 1” (25.4mm) bore PN16 Flange
FPU 208 1” (25.4 mm) bore BSP thread
FPU 112 2” (50.8 mm) bore PN16 Flange
FPU 136P 3” (76.2 mm) bore PN16 Flange
Vehicles can fit the relevant FPU in the fuel line at a point as close to the combustion point as possible to achieve performance advantage with the fuel as opposed to maintenance.