The EPA Approves Second EnerTeck Corporation Diesel Fuel Additive Product

Apr 27, 2004, 01:00 ET from EnerTeck Corporation

    STAFFORD, Texas, April 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EnerTeck Corporation
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   ETCK) (the "Company") announced today that on March 30,
 2004, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") approved the
 registration of the Company's second diesel engine treatment and fuel additive
 product known as EnerBurn EC5931A.  The EPA registration permits this
 additional product to be used in vehicles that are operated "over-the-
 highway", enhancing EnerBurn's value proposition for the trucking and bus
     EnerBurn EC5931A opens up a new market for the Company, that of high
 volume commercial truck stop operators and owners.  The introduction of
 EC5931A was necessitated by requests from truck stop operators and owners as
 it affords an economically feasible option for large quantity purchasers,
 reduces storage requirements and enhances brand loyalty.
     Dwaine Reese, the Company's Chairman said, "the availability of EC5931A
 for over-the road applications is significant for two reasons.  Firstly, our
 trucking and bus customers will benefit from its use both economically and
 from a convenience standpoint.  Secondly, its availability for such use
 appreciably expands our potential customer base and enhances the value
 proposition of EnerBurn in diesel pump islands at highway truck stops."
     About EnerTeck Chemical Corporation
     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 energy 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.  This catalyst lowers the
 combustion temperature of carbon and accelerates oxidation, which enhances the
 burn rate of diesel fuel in engines.  Current users of EnerBurn 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, L.P., a joint venture between Nalco Chemical
 Corporation and Exxon Corporation.   Additional   information can be obtained
 by contacting the Company's President, Parrish B. Ketchmark or the Company's
 CFO, Leon van Kraayenburg at (281) 240-1787 or by visiting the Company's web
 site at .
     About EnerTeck Corporation
     EnerTeck Corporation acquired EnerTeck Chemical Corp. in January 2003.
 With this first acquisition, EnerTeck Corporation intends to continue to
 pursue acquisitions within the energy technology arena.  Further information
 about EnerTeck Corporation may be obtained by contacting the Company's
 President, Parrish B. Ketchmark 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 ), including its Annual Report on Form 10-KSB for the
 year ended July 31, 2002 and its Registration Statement on Form SB-2, as
 amended, that was declared effective by the SEC on February 11, 2004.

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