LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CTI) (OTC Bulletin Board: CVAT; Berlin: WTC) is pleased to announce preliminary results on our new hydro-fuel technology known as HydorFuel. CTI has used its proprietary process to mix water on a molecular level with diesel.
CTI's newest development is able to efficiently blend fuel and water. Our newly developed technology of mixing and processing fuel with cavitation and preparation of fine water-in-oil emulsions can be used not only in marine diesel engines, but also in boilers and turbine power generators. The apparent result is a more efficient burn and is a cleaner emission as well as lowered operating costs, particularly for marine diesels and turbine power generators.
Initial results indicate using 10-20% water-in-oil emulsion (diesel) allows the reduction of fuel consumption by up to 12% and reduces the emission of NOx by 40%, and that of sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide by 50%. A recent trial at the CTI testing facility confirmed using CTI's ISO certified independent lab Inspectorate showed 17269 BTU/lb of 10% water in #2 Diesel and 16698 BTU/lb using a 15% water blend. This is substantially higher by comparison to other alternative fuels such as biodiesel. The NOx reduction is also significantly more in hydro-fuel than with biodiesel making this a more preferable environmental solution for fuel additives.
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Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CTI); (OTC Bulletin Board: CVAT); is a "Green-Tech" company, established in 2006 to become a world leader in the development of new cutting edge technologies for the vegetable oil refining, renewable fuel, petroleum, water treatment, wastewater sanitation, food and beverage, and chemical industries. For additional information please visit: www.cavitationtechnologies.com
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