EnerTeck Corporation Announces Proof of Performance Demonstration With Large Maritime Shipping Concern

Sep 21, 2004, 01:00 ET from EnerTeck Corporation

    STAFFORD, Texas, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EnerTeck Corporation
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   ETCK) (the "Company") announced today that its wholly
 owned subsidiary, EnerTeck Chemical Corp. ("ECC") has received a purchase
 order to commence an EnerBurn(TM) proof of performance demonstration with a
 large maritime shipping concern specializing in bulk commodity transportation
 on inland waterways and the Gulf Intercoastal Waterway.
     Under the proof of performance demonstration, Janelle Engineering, Inc.
 ("JEI"), ECC's business development partner, will measure various vessel
 operating results including fuel efficiency during this demonstration period.
 The demonstration will commence in approximately two weeks and conclude during
 the first quarter of 2005.
     Dwaine Reese, ECC's CEO commented, "proof-of-performance demonstrations
 are a necessary component of our sales process.  Typically, favorable results
 shown on these demonstrations will lead to a purchase order for the customer's
 entire fleet.  In this case, such a purchase order could represent over
 $3 million a year in revenues to us.  Also, we are pleased to be working with
 JEI and believe that their unique methodology for measuring fuel economy in
 maritime applications will prove to be very important to ECC's market
 penetration into the maritime industry."
     About EnerTeck Chemical Corp.
     EnerTeck Chemical Corp. is the wholly owned, operating subsidiary of
 EnerTeck Corporation, a Company focused on the development and/or acquisition
 of combustion enhancement, emission reduction, and other environmentally
 friendly technologies.  EnerTeck's diesel fuel specific combustion catalysts,
 EnerBurn and EC5931A, form a non-hazardous, nano-catalyst surface on the
 diesel combustion chamber and piston heads.  These catalysts lower the
 combustion temperature of carbon and accelerate oxidation, which enhances the
 burn rate of diesel fuel in engines.  Current users experience increased fuel
 economy of between 8-15%, reduced engine wear of 30-50%, and increased brake
 horsepower of approximately 4%.  EnerBurn's verifiable impact on the
 environment includes decreased highway smoke of 25-70% and reduced NOx
 emissions of 10-20%.  This technology was originally introduced commercially
 by Nalco/Exxon Energy Chemicals, LP, a joint venture between Nalco Chemical
 Corporation and Exxon Corporation.  Additional information can be obtained
 contacting the Company's CEO, Dwaine Reese or the Company's CFO, Leon van
 Kraayenburg at (281) 240-1787 or by visiting the Company's web site at
 http://www.enerteck.net .
     About EnerTeck Corporation
     EnerTeck Corporation is focused on the acquisition and development of
 energy related technology companies that are involved in the areas of
 alternative energy, distributed generation, emissions reduction and other
 "clean" energy technologies.  EnerTeck Chemical Corp. was the Company's first
 acquisition.  Further information about EnerTeck Corporation may be obtained
 by contacting the Company's President, Parrish B. Ketchmark at (800) 220-8174
 or the Company's CFO, Leon van Kraayenburg at (281) 240-1787.
     This release contains certain forward-looking statements within the
 meaning of the Federal Securities Laws.  Such statements are based on
 assumptions that EnerTeck Corporation believes are reasonable, but which are
 subject to a wide range of uncertainties and business risks.  Factors that
 could cause actual results to differ from those anticipated are discussed in
 EnerTeck Corporation's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission
 ("SEC") (at http://www.sec.gov ), including its Annual Report on Form 10-KSB
 for the year ended December 31, 2003 and its Registration Statement on Form
 SB-2, as amended and supplemented, which registration statement was declared
 effective by the SEC on February 11, 2004 (Registration Number 333-108872).

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