How to Do Right and Do Well Against Climate Change

The Arctic is warming at an unprecedented rate, creating unusual, extreme weather patterns and rising seas. The amount of volatile organics and greenhouse gas pollutants has reached such a level that deaths are predicted to triple in cities throughout Asia and other parts of the world.

The scientific consensus on climate change is clear. As a result, the United States and the world community have created sweeping new – and costly – regulations that challenge everything from small, mom-and-pop businesses to key industries like transportation, construction, mining, and shipping.

Many of the technologies that experts say can ultimately reverse global warming are still on the horizon. Regulations in place now are forcing expensive design changes and fuel requirements on new model cars, trucks, loaders and graders, but offer few improvements for older models.

So how can businesses both do right and do well?

The RFC: Scientifically Proven, Widely Tested, Independently Verified

The answer can be found in a new, cutting-edge technology that is here and available now: the Rentar Fuel Catalyst (RFC). It’s a scientifically authenticated, easily installed device that not only reduces dangerous, damaging emissions but also provides major fuel savings that can substantially improve bottom lines.

The RFC has been independently verified to save as much as 8 percent in diesel fuel consumption. Even more importantly, it’s been scientifically proven to cut down on harmful emissions and help fuel combust more efficiently in your engine. As a result, that engine will actually last longer and require less maintenance as it runs cleaner without contaminants.

For over a decade, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst has been subjected to grueling field tests on heavy-duty trucks and construction equipment, industrial generators and boilers. It has been tested by two of the major clean air laboratories recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB).

Beware of Wild Claims and Pseudoscience

Numerous “fuel catalyst” products on the market promise miraculous improvements in fuel consumption and emissions.

The vast majority are nothing more than snake oil hyped with pseudoscience. Some come as liquids you pour in your gas tank that actually add potentially dangerous pollutants to the contaminants diesel-fueled trucks and construction vehicles are already spewing.

Others are made of toxic materials like mercury, silicon, and lead that actually break apart and flow to other parts of your engine or out into the world as dangerous emissions that you and your employees breathe. One result is increased engine maintenance. On top of that, many of these devices require chemical disposal when they wear out.

The RFC Is Based on Science, Not Snake Oil

By contrast, the science behind the Rentar Fuel Catalyst is open and completely verifiable.

Our unique technology creates a vital reaction in fuel. It triggers a key change in the proportion of aliphatic paraffin’s to ring compound aromatics. (Don’t believe us: believe the laboratories that have tested the RFC.) That results in the release of a much smaller amount of hydrogen gas. It also separates clustered fuel molecules, creating more surface area on the fuel molecules that are exposed to oxygen at the point of combustion.

Additional reactions result in lowered vapor density or improved atomization and a cooler flame (lowered NOx).  With more fuel molecules being burned and the enhancement of the hydrogen, there’s less unburned fuel to wind up as soot in your engine or your air.

It’s that simple.

Fuel Savings. Reduced Maintenance. Cleaner Air. Healthier Employees. Improving returns on investment (ROI). No, climate change likely will not be reversed in the new few years or even the next few decades. And there are many more costly changes on the horizon. But you can do right, and do well with a technology that’s available here and now: the Rentar Fuel Catalyst.


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