Using Nanotechnology and Carbon Nanotubes, the G-Cylinder is a unique catalytic device like no other, a fuel saving device that simply just works.
G-Cylinder is Advanced Fuel Technology that uses Carbon Nanotube (CNT) materials from Japan. The CNT material is encapsulated in an aluminium casing with a high tech coating. G-Cylinder is safe and easy to use.
The Advanced CNT Material; Porous and polycrystalline nanotubes have been derived from clusters on carbon nanotube templates. The prepared porous nanotubes exhibit superior performance of high current conductivity owing to their hollow structure and small size. CNT are 0.09 mm in length and are super conductors of heat, electricity and kinetic energy.
As the G-Cylinder device heats, it increases its kinetic activity and generates electromagnetic radiation in microwaves within the specific Infrared (IR) band. Infrared light is electromagnetic radiation with longer wavelengths than those of visible light, extending from the nominal red edge of the visible spectrum at 700 nanometres (nm) to 1 mm. This range of wavelengths corresponds to a frequency range of approximately 430 THz down to 300 GHz, and includes most of the thermal radiation emitted by objects near room temperature.
Infrared light is emitted then absorbed by the fuel molecules. They change their rotational-vibrational movements, combing of the molecular chain of hydrocarbons occur, dispersing hydrocarbon molecules evenly. This has an aligning effect on hydrocarbon molecules maintaining a greater co-efficient in fuel density. This increases combustion efficiency. As much as 60% more exhaust hydrocarbons are combusted in comparison to when fuel molecules are tangled and condensed.
CNT Materials used in G-Cylinder are non-hazardous, non-toxic, non-dangerous, and do not alter the molecular structure of fuel, rather they condition and comb the hydrocarbon structure, presenting it in the best way for optimized oxidation and combustion.
Advanced Fuel Technology Benefits
- Reduction abnormal combustion of hydrocarbons results in longer engine life.
- Prevention carbon build in the cylinders, piston, intake and outlet manifolds.
- Produces improved torque characters due to increased combustion efficiency.
- Clean engine sump oils, due to less carbon build up, prolonging service intervals.
- Cleaner fuel filters, air filters and oil filters, reducing costs of parts.
- Maintain original factory power output of engines.
- Reduction toxic emissions: Carbon Monoxide (CO), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and Mono Nitrogen Oxide (NOx)
- Most Emission Control Technologies for treating NOx and CO are Post-Combustion treatments, by converting and discharging gases while absorbing left over hydrocarbons like this: [HC] + [NOx] → N2 + CO2 + H2O.
The end result is limited exhaust manifold performance and toxic build up. G-Cylinder PCM and PCRS are a Pre-Combustion treatment that burns 60% more hydro carbons keep the whole system cleaner from carbon build up.
- Increased fuel economy by up to 30% greater efficiency at low idle and linear velocity of fuel delivery.
University of Western Australia
¼ throttle tests with the G-cylinder show a noticeable decrease in specific fuel consumption.
Test 4: 0.456 kg/kWh ¼ throttle, with G-cylinder
Test 5: 0.549 kg/kWh ¼ throttle, no G-cylinder
Tested & Proven
The reductions in carbon monoxide and residual hydrocarbons are confirmation that the combustion efficiency has improved. Though the above-mentioned result is extremely reliable, results vary due to complexity of the factors involved. Some of such factors are: traffic jam, road quality, type of tire, vehicle load and driving habits.
Test data above is from the Japanese Vehicle Certification Institution
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