Cut fuel emissions and cut fuel bills with CAT5 fuel catalyst
CAT 5 fuel catalyst
Why use a fuel catalyst? Freight contributed £12 billion to the economy annually, yet we have no formal plan to reduce emissions apart from banning all diesel and petrol vehicle production by 2030 and a total removal by 2050 this is unrealistic . Will our low cost simple solution CA5 help resolve some of the issues now.
4.8 Billion local bus passengers annually this equates to 58% of public transport journeys a total of 95601 passenger vehicles authorised by the DVSA we are seeing a move on public transport to Electric and Hydrogen however the cost of replacement and infrastructure is a concern. Will our low cost simple solution CA5 help resolve some of the issues now.
Taxis and minicabs:
There were 291,800 licensed taxis and PHVs in England in 2019. Around a quarter (70,600) of these vehicles were taxis 291,800 vehicles estimated this will not be inclusive of some non-registered Uber and other taxi’s 37% are based in London. There were 70,600 licensed taxis in 2019, There were 221,200 licensed PHVs in 2019, most are diesel or petrol. Will our low cost simple solution CA5 help resolve some of the issues now. 98% of taxi drivers are men. the average age of a driver was 47 years old, with 29% of drivers being aged under 40. Those aged 60 or over made up 19% of drivers. There has been a slight shift in the age profile of drivers over the past ten years, with a slightly smaller proportion of younger driver and a slightly larger proportion of older drivers.
Reasons to choose our Fuel Catalyst
Improve fuel economy
In a combustion engine, the energy required to initiate and propage combustion is called “Activation Energy”, and this energy is lost as a means to generate power. CAT5 uses certain catalysts to improve combustion efficiency by significantly reducing Activation Energy, thus improving engine power output and fuel economy.
Other catalysts in CAT5 act to reduce emissions through a serious of chemical reactions post-combustion. Reductions in Nitrogen Oxides (NO, NO2, NOx), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Particlates/Soot (PM/Soot), and Unburned Hydrocarbons (UHCs) are achieved through use of CAT5 .
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Fuel catalyst Customers reviews
“ Over the course of just over two months and less than 1300 miles from the introduction of CAT5 fuel catalyst I saw the Smoke Test reading reduce from 0.07 to 0.01 a reduction of 85%. Similarly, an increase of 6.5% in fuel economy, rising from 25.83mpg to 27.52mpg. Bearing in mind that these results were achieved on a London Black Cab which has now done approaching 600,000 miles, I was very impressed’ “
Information about emissions
Improve fuel economy
Did you know; Currently, transport is the highest contributor to emissions, responsible for around 33% of CO2 emissions in the UK, and 30% across Europe. In a bid to tackle this significant contribution, the European Commission and industry associations of car makers agreed to reduce the emissions on any new cars built. The first target in 2009 was to cut average car emissions to 140 g CO2/km. In 2015, this target reduced to 130 g CO2/km The goal for 2021 is for 95g CO2/km
Emissions and why do they matter?
For millions of years, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have been produced naturally on the earth by decomposition, ocean release and respiration. These natural levels are usually kept in balance by the ecosystem of the planet as CO2 is reabsorbed in a natural cycle. However, CO2 can also be produced through human This increase of man-made emissions has upset the natural balance to the point of causing possibly irreversible damage to the earth and its atmosphere, known as climate change. For this reason, collectively, worldwide countries have pledged to take action, part of this includes significantly reducing the CO2 emissions.