G-Cylinder Pty Ltd is an environmentally responsible company with strong ethical foundation for sustainable human development.
Less Fossil Fuels Used
Fuel consumption is a relevant topic on a world stage, with limited fossil fuels available , the process consuming hydrocarbons must improve to limit waste. ‘The high volume demand for fuel partially decreases using G-Cylinder.
Increasing Fuel Economy makes the most of the world’s limited resources of fossil fuels.
Up to 60% Exhaust Hydrocarbons are utilized in combustion, resulting in a cleaning operating engine.
In today’s resource competitive world, G-Cylinder aims to provide a means to engage in sustainable commerce for local businesses, Governments and operators in the International community by utilizing our oil resources more efficiently and reducing the impacts of toxic atmospheric emissions.
Reduction of Waste
G-Cylinder – proven to be effective in reducing toxic green house emissions such as carbon and nitrogen oxides
This technology works on your existing engine, and prolongs the lifetime of the machine, therefore maximizing your current machinery and minimizing waste.
University of Western Australia
¼ throttle tests with the G-cylinder show a noticeable decrease in specific fuel consumption.
December 10th 2004.
1966 Holden 161 “red” engine, 2,640cc
Test 4: 0.456 kg/kWh ¼ throttle, with G-cylinder
Test 5: 0.549 kg/kWh ¼ throttle, no G-cylinder
The results from test 4 (¼ throttle with the g-cylinder) gave a 17% reduction in specific fuel consumption in comparison to test 5 (¼ throttle no g-cylinder)
The tests conducted at UWA show the G-cylinder achieving 17% improved fuel consumption. The short 15 minute tests do not conclusively evaluate the G-cylinder. Results indicate and reinforce that this could be the worlds most advanced superior fuel saving device.
Japanese Vehicle Certification Institution
The reductions in carbon monoxide and residual hydrocarbons are confirmation that the combustion efficiency has improved.
|CO (g/km) Carbon monoxide||HC (g/km) Hydrocarbon||Nox (g/km) Nitrogen oxides||CO2 (g/km) Carbon dioxide||Mileage (km/l) 10-15 Mode|
16th 12 2002 1990 NISSAN Q-WBYD21 2600cc Diesel, Manual T/M Diesel 10-15 Mode * Japanese Vehicle Certification Institution