Bio-diesel is being encouraged in many
states today. Bio-diesel has its advantages and
disadvantages. Learn more about Bio-diesel by going to
the U.S. Department of Energy website:
The Rentar Fuel Catalyst offsets two of the
disadvantages. The cost of Bio-diesel is a little more
per gallon but is offset with the Rentar Fuel catalyst
by the improvement of fuel consumption. Another
disadvantage of Bio-diesel is it burns hotter creating
increased NOx. The Rentar Fuel Catalyst is proven to
reduce NOx thus offsetting the increase.
Rentar was awarded a 3 year contract with the
State of Delaware to sell Rentar Fuel Catalyst for
Bio-diesel applications. In addition to being installed
on some large state equipment, Rentar is currently being
purchased by the State and provided to farmers at no
cost, to exempt the farmer from regulation if the farmer
agrees to use Bio-diesel and the Rentar Fuel Catalyst.
The United States Army’s Aberdeen Proving
Ground extensively tested the Rentar Fuel Catalyst
using Bio-diesel, using the EPA testing equipment and
reported a 6.6% reduction in fuel Consumption
and 8.5% reduction in the Greenhouse Gas CO2.
(See complete published report)
Virginia Tech University
study for the State of Delaware comparing number 2
diesel fuel, Bio-Diesel (20-80) fuel and the effects the
Rentar Fuel Catalyst had on both fuels.
Bio-diesel offers many positive benefits except it
usually costs more because of the special blending and
it produces increased NOx emissions. The Rentar Fuel
Catalyst offsets both of these possible negatives.
The State of Delaware retained Virginia Tech
University to study the performance of number 2 diesel
fuel compared to number 2 diesel fuel used with a Rentar
Fuel Catalyst and how number 2 diesel fuel compares to
Bio-diesel (20-80) and Bio-diesel used with a Rentar
The study, conducted at the Everett Meredith Middle
School, was paid for by the Delaware Department of
Agriculture, the Delaware Soybean Board, the Delaware
Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Control (DNREC)
and the Appoquinimink School District.
RESULTS – Fuel Consumption
quotes from report - see Page 7)
The study was called the EFFECT OF RENTAR FUEL
CATALYST ON EMISSIONS AND EFFICIENCY FROM A COMMERCIAL
BOILER USING NUMBER 2 OIL AND B-20 SOYBEAN BLEND.
See Entire Report prepared by Professor John H. Pohl,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
Alexandria Research Institute, Alexandria, VA 22314