Everything You Need To Know About Rentar Fuel Catalyst
The Rentar Fuel Catalyst: What it Is, What it Does; How it Does It; and Why the Rentar is the Only Sure Thing in the Diesel Fuel Engine Industry
In lab tests, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst can cut diesel fuel consumption — i.e. fuel costs — by more than 30% on boilers, 15% on generators, 10% on heavy equipment and agricultural machinery, and over 5% on over-the-road trucks.
In many cases, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst’s field test results are more than double those produces in the lab.
If not more, equally impressive is the fact that the Rentar Fuel Catalyst is a mechanical fuel saving device. The Rentar has no moving parts, the single most important feature of the Rentar’s durability.
Not only is the Rentar devoid of the same vulnerabilities of a fuel saving device with moving parts, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst does not wear suffer degradation as a result of performing. Theoretically, therefore, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst should last indefinitely.
Because the Rentar Fuel Catalyst does not wear with use, Rentar has the confidence to attach a 10-Year warranty to every fuel catalyst it manufactures.
The Rentar Fuel Catalyst is unlike any other diesel fuel saving device on the market.
Because of Guaranteed Less-than-12-Month Return on Investment, the Rentar is No-Risk
The Rentar Fuel Catalyst is effective, durable and — once paid for — the Rentar is cost free. In addition to being cost-free once paid for, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst is guaranteed to pay for itself within the first year.
But, What is the Rentar Fuel Catalyst?
As intriguing as what a Rentar Fuel Catalyst can do is what the Rentar is and how the Rentar Fuel Catalyst does what it does.
The answer to “what is the Rentar?” is two-fold: design and precious metals.
Polarization is the answer to how the Rentar does what it does.
Understanding the Rentar Fuel Catalyst: What the Rentar Is
A mechanical device that creates fuel combustion efficiency through the homogenization of diesel, the Rentar creates both a physical change in diesel fuel to improve combustion efficiency and a chemical change as well.
Unlike supplemental fuel additives that must be purchased and added to diesel fuel indefinitely, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst is not a combustible liquid mixed with diesel to increase combustion efficiency rates.
Instead, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst is the straw that stirs the drink. Like stirring the sugar off the bottom of a cup of coffee, the Rentar makes a uniform mixture of diesel that combusts efficiently.
Non-Degrading Components of the Rentar Fuel Catalyst
The casing of the Rentar Fuel Catalyst is copper. The caps on each end are made of either aluminum or stainless steel, depending on whether or not the diesel fuel is a viscous mixture that must be heated before it will move down a fuel line — heavy fuel oil, for example — or a refined fuel that is send through fuel lines at ambient temperatures.
Encased within the copper cylinder are three precious metals — a significant number considering there are only 17 precious metals in the world. By definition, precious metals are noble, which means they are nonreactive.
As a result, the precious metals within the copper casing are non corrosive.
Of equal significance, the precious metals in the Rentar Fuel Catalyst do not breakdown or change as a result of their polarizing effect on diesel fuel molecule clusters.
In addition to being non corrosive, not degrading as a result of breaking down the natural clusterization of diesel molecules, and not being subjected to the frailties of moving parts — it is worth repeating, — the Rentar Fuel Catalyst reduces fuel consumption by up to 30% on boilers and anywhere from 5% to 20% on diesel engines.
To understand polarization in the context of diesel fuel combustion efficiency, it is first necessary to understand the nature of diesel fuel combustion inefficiency.
Understanding Diesel Fuel — and the Unimportance of Combustion Rates — With Respect to Combustion Efficiency
There is a misconception that the quality of fuel purchased has an impact on the combustion efficiency of fuel, the mileage, or percentage of hours of use each gallon will provide. This is the misnomer of cetane rating. The diesel fuel equivalent of an octane rating, is a belief that cetane ratings can, or do, determine the efficiency at which diesel fuel burns.
It is not true. Cetane ratings do not determine combustion efficiency.
Both octane and cetane ratings are measures of combustion time, how long from the moment fuel is injected into cylinder heads until it ignites to the point creating a pressure change — a.k.a. combustion.
Cetane is a measure of combustion speed, not a measure of how cleanly — how completely — diesel fuel burns.
Since cetane ratings do not determine fuel combustion efficiency — a measure of both the mileage/hourly efficiency of fuel and emissions (pollution) — the question begged is: What determines fuel combustion efficiency?
Homogeny Catalyst to Diesel Fuel Combustion Efficiency
The variable determining how cleanly fuel burns entails a completely different variable: homogony. Like all liquids with a variety of chemical compounds present, the heterogeneous elements of a liquid separate and settle.
To a significant degree, settling does not occur in diesel. But, what does occur in diesel fuel is molecular clusterization.
Clusterization — the coagulation of diesel fuel molecules — is what prevents diesel fuel combustion efficiency.
At the point of combustion the outer molecules shield the inner molecules from being completely covered with oxygen. The result is that the molecules untouched by oxygen go unburned and are blown out the exhaust as wasted fuel in the form of CO, CO2, SO2, NOx, total hydrocarbons, particulate matter and other harmful greenhouse gases, “the production of exhaust particulate matter (PM) in diesel and other incomplete combustion products are as a result of incomplete atomization of spray drops within the short time for mixture formation.” In other words, a heterogeneous mixture of diesel is the cause of diesel fuel combustion inefficiency.
Through polarization, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst coalesces a heterogenous diesel mixture into a homogenous fuel.
Simply, the Rentar Fuel lowers vapor density in diesel fuels.
How the Precious Metals in the Rentar Fuel Catalyst — and the Design —Homogenize Diesel Fuel and Increase Fuel Combustion Efficiency
The precious metals in the Rentar Fuel Catalyst charge the molecules within each diesel cluster. Polarization, as the name implies, causes the individual molecules to push away from one another, a force that breaks up the coagulation of the diesel and reduces clusterization.
If the Rentar were to degrade, it would be during this exchange of polarizing charge. But, as the precious metals in the Rentar Fuel Catalyst are pure catalysts, by definition, they create a reaction without themselves dissipating.
It is because the metals used to engineer the Rentar are pure catalysts that the Rentar does not degrade with use.
A dramatic increase in diesel fuel combustion efficiency coupled with extreme durability and longevity combined with no long-term costs make the Rentar the closest thing to a sure thing in the diesel engine industry.