The FTC seems to be concerned about this product.
look at it this way there is nothing i mean nothing in diesel or gasoline afected by a magnetic field. I work at a oil refinery and gasoline is made and tested there absolutely no effect what so ever as far as the claims of changing the polarity of the fuel.... no way... the fuel is traveling in a steel and or metal line to a metal carburetor or fuel injectors that have the same ground as the engine
In my experience, it incresed my fuelmileage, that´s for sure.
To see good results I tried tree devices instead of one. Well it works great. I cant even listen the engine running.
Why don't you try?
It's a complete SCAM. If they work, it would have been in all vehicles today, wonder why?
Diesel fuel itself will burn but you really can't call it flammable. When you add gasoline to it, the flammability greatly increases with the amount of gasoline you add.
Not really. You could start over and redesign an engine to be able to run on diesel but it would be completely different from the original.
The most reliable power generators for home use is hardy generators,diesel generator are better then gasoline generator because Diesel generators use less fuel, the fuel burn cooled and there really quiet.
No, at least not any piston engines. Diesels and gasoline/petrol engines use very different compression ratios, and you really wouldn't be able to use the same engine for those different kinds of fuels. Yes, there were some early farm tractors (1940's-1950's) that started on gasoline and them switched to diesel when the engine was warmed up. They had carburetors, distributors and spark plugs along with diesel fuel injectors.
Yes! Diesel, kerosene and gasoline are really the same thing except that they have different octanes. Diesel is the lowest refined gas then kerosene then your different octanes of gas. So, to make the octane the same as kerosene you simply mix the right amount of gas with diesel and voila, you have kerosene. I think u can use a lower octane than kerosene but NEVER put anything of a higher octane than kerosene! Yes! Diesel, kerosene and gasoline are really the same thing except that they have different octanes. Diesel is the lowest refined gas then kerosene then your different octanes of gas. So, to make the octane the same as kerosene you simply mix the right amount of gas with diesel and voila, you have kerosene. I think u can use a lower octane than kerosene but NEVER put anything of a higher octane than kerosene!
not unless you have diesel.
no he did not die yet
there really isn't any
That really depends on the type of car; however, as of 2013, most cars use gasoline, diesel, natural gas, or some similar fuel, so they use the chemical energy stored in the fuel.
It really comes down to power-to-weight, gear ratios, etc. The notion that diesel vehicles are significantly heavier or that diesels top out at lower RPMs isn't necessarily true...while there are gasoline engines which can run 15,000+ RPMs, they're not representative of a "typical" gas engine. Diesel vehicles have substantially higher torque, wider powerbands, and higher thermal efficiency, which can very easily give a diesel engined variant of a car a significant advantage over a gasoline powered version.
Mark Sinclair Vincent
not really islam true legend :(