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Independent Test Results by Emissions Analytics (U.K.) 

Improvement values in the reduction of gases compared to a standard baseline

-94.3%

CO

Carbon Monoxide

-62.2%

NO

Nitric Oxide

-58.7%

NO₂

Nitrogen Dioxide

-60.3%

NOx

Nitrogen Oxides

Test Vehicle: 2005 Mercedes-Benz C220 CDI Avantgarde SE

-79.2%

CO

Carbon Monoxide

-56.6%

NO

Nitric Oxide

-39.9%

NO₂

Nitrogen Dioxide

-46.2%

NOx

Nitrogen Oxides

Test Vehicle: 2018 Peugeot 3008 1.6 Hdi Allure

With the introduction of Euro 6 (European Union emission standards), further efforts are being made to reduce levels of harmful pollutants in exhausts, both in petrol and diesel vehicles. These pollutants include nitrogen oxide (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons (THC and NMHC) and particulate matter (PM).

In the above tests, the 2005 Mercedes Benz was Euro 4 before the installation of the magnets and Euro 5 after the installation. The 2018 Peugeot was Euro 6 before and remained Euro 6 after the installation of the magnets, but saw a remarkable improvement in toxic gas emissions on a new car.

Independent Test Results by Sheffield Hallam University 

Fuel Efficiency Savings

Citroen Xsara Picasso – Petrol
Land Rover Discovery – Diesel
Subaru Impreza – Petrol

Carbon Emission Reductions

Reductions on a Diesel van by
Reductions on a Land Rover by
Further tests
Over 20 years the Mundimex, Inc. has manufactured and sold a wide range of products based on patented ceramic-magnet-array technologies into the consumer and residential markets. More recently, these technologies have been enhanced to provide effective energy-reduction performance for commercial and industrial use.The following extracts have been taken from the significant technical reports of tests conducted in several countries and in a variety of applications, including:
  • Heating/Air conditioning
  • Cooling,
  • Water treatment
  • Diesel / gasoline engines
  • Boilers
  • Crop Booster
  • Marine & Boating
  • Pulp & Paper Mills
United States Air Force
The USAF Management & Equipment Evaluation Program tested two vehicles over six months, one gasoline-powered and one diesel-powered. Because of the USAF’s fuel issuance methods, fuel consumption had to be measured indirectly by measuring unburned hydrocarbons in the vehicles’ emissions. The results, at a test load of 2500 rpm, were a reduction in unburned hydrocarbons of 75% (diesel) and 70% (gasoline). Carbon Monoxide emissions were also substantially reduced.
 
Beijing Railroad
A 16-valve diesel-engine locomotive that travels approximately 150,000 km a year was tested. For 6 months, data was collected on fuel consumption and carbon build-up with no magnets, and for another 6 months with magnets installed. Over the entire test, an average savings in fuel of between 4.5% and 4.9% was achieved with a maximum saving of 9.1% for one of the months. Simultaneously, hard carbon deposits changed to soft carbon resulting in significantly easier periodic maintenance.
 
Brazil EPA
Tests show 20.11% diesel fuel savings with substantial emissions opacity reduction.
 
India
Ministry of Surface Transport – Diesel Bus test resulted in a 16.8% diesel savings – 10.7 to 12.5 Kilometres per litre.
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U.S. Postal Service Van (2.5L Grumman, fuel injected, automatic transmission
The vehicle was tested under the supervision of the Northern California Diagnostic labs Inc according to the Code of Federal Regulations 40 CFR 600.113-88 protocol. After baseline measurements were taken for Hydrocarbon, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide emissions as well as fuel consumption at idle, a Magnetizer emission reduction system was installed on the vehicle and the following observations were made – a reduction in hydrocarbon emissions was observed of 15.9%, a reduction in Carbon Monoxide of 11.37% while fuel consumption decreased by 8.68%. The Postal test mpg achieved much lower than normal driving increases because of this stop & go type utility vehicle.
 
Canadian Postal Service Van (3.9L 2000 Dodge C/V)
The Canadian Postal Service tested the vehicle. Baseline measurements were taken for Hydrocarbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide emissions as well as fuel consumption at idle, and at 2000 rpm. The main observations were a 48% reduction in Hydrocarbon emissions and an 8.64% reduction in the Air/Fuel ratio indicating a similar improvement in fuel consumption.
 
Brazil EPA
Tests show 20% gasoline fuel savings with substantial emissions reduction.
 
California
California emissions tests show 85% reduction of hydrocarbons, 73% reduction of nitrous monoxide, 84% reduction of carbon monoxide. Note – all emissions testing stations through the years have shown the approximate same results. These emissions are unburned fuel – any reduction is an indication of fuel savings.
 
Western US User
Went from 19 mpg to 22 mpg the first tank, then went to 32 mpg the second tank. 4 cylinder, Japanese car.

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