FB-100/200 with GAS & DIESEL
Just what is CV-100/200 or FB-100/200? CV-100/200 and FB-100/200 are fuel catalysts that have been around for quite some time now. Originally CV-100/200 was developed by a gentleman by the name of Ian McQuiston some 40 years ago. It is actually the only product that he has dealt with and created a huge business with the fuel catalyst. Over the years it has been utilized by many commercial business to maintain and lower maintenance costs on everything from drilling rigs to transportation with the use of semi’s and freighters. Mr. McQuiston takes a great deal of pride in his business and the fuel catalyst that created his business. On a regular schedule he adjusts the fuel catalyst because of the ever changing fuel on the market today. The great thing is that it has passed all the inspections is totally registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). It has also met and complies with the requirements of the North America Free Trade ct. also known as NAFTA and has met all the standards of NATO for international shipping.
Now with the FB-100/200 the great thing is if you are using premium gas you should continue to use it for at least 3 to 4 tanks of gas until the fuel catalyst begins to clean the engine and fuel lines and then you should be able to witch and use regular if you choose which is definitely at lot more cost effective then using premium. So now you not only save by being able to switch from premium to regular but you will also see and increase in the miles per gallon too. Though some of you will choose to continue to use premium gas you will still see an increase in gas mileage Now if you have a diesel engine you are already getting better gas mileage then you do with regular gasoline.
Gasoline and diesel fuel are the two main sources of fuel for today’s cars. Although they are both derived from the same source (oil) they certainly aren’t interchangeable, they have different chemical properties and are burned in two different ways. Below is a quick overview of the differences between the two fuels and the pros and cons of each.
Gasoline Engines: Cars that use gasoline have to use spark plugs in order to ignite the fuel, which is due to the fact gasoline engines have a relatively low compression ratio. Here is how gasoline works for a gasoline powered engine. Here is what what happens in a typical stroke cycle for a gas powered engine.
- Gasoline and air are combined and forced into the cylinder
- The gas and air mixture is then compressed.
- The spark plug then fires causing the mixture to ignite and explode, forcing the piston up and giving your vehicle power.
- The burned mixture is then forced out as exhaust or so called emissions.
Diesel Engines: Because diesel engines have much higher compression ratios, a diesel engine doesn’t use spark plugs. As I’m sure you remember from chemistry class, as gases are compressed, their temperature will begin to increase, and diesel engines have such a high compression ratio that the heat produced by the compression is enough to ignite the fuel and air mixture. Here is what happens in a typical stroke cycle for a diesel powered engine.
- Air is forced into the cylinder, and is then compressed.
- As this is happening, diesel fuel is then sprayed into the cylinder.
- The compression then causes the diesel fuel to ignite, which in turn causes the piston to go upwards, which gives the vehicle it’s energy.
- The burned mixture is forced out as exhaust or so called emissions.
Of the two fuels, diesel tends to get better gas mileage than gasoline because it has a higher density, which leads more energy per each explosion within the cylinder. Also, diesel engines tend to be more efficient and durable by nature. Despite the better fuel economy from diesel fuel, gasoline is the cleaner burning of the two, and is one of the main reasons why diesel cars aren’t as popular in the United States. But diesel trucks will be around for quite some time for they are more durable and their life expectancy is much longer. Diesel fuel is much heavier, oilier, and evaporates much more slowly than gasoline. Because of greater use of diesel fuel across the Atlantic, European refineries are more oriented toward refining crude oil into diesel rather than gasoline, the opposite of what occurs here in North America. This preference is then reflected in how the fuel is marketed.
Now with the CV-100/200 or FB-100/200 is a fuel catalyst that can be used with any fossil fuel which means that if your vehicle is diesel that you can use it too. Now you know that diesel is more efficient in gas mileage than gasoline itself but in the end they both produce emissions that are harmful to our environment. Even though both diesel and gasoline engine manufacturers have come a long ways the government is continuing to push the fact that we need a lower emissions and better mileage. What ever the case the FB-100/200 will always be here to reduce the amount of emissions put out by both gas and diesel engines and with both produce an increase in mileage as well. With prolonged use of CV-100/200 or FB-100/200 it will clean and continue to maintain your engine’s, fuel lines, injectors, etc. and reduce the amount of maintenance as well. So if you are ready to save some money at the gas pumps and go green too then you really need to get started now with FB-100/200. Please if you need additional information or are interested in the business aspect of The Fuel Business leave your comments and I’ll get back to you.
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