The Rentar Fuel Catalyst is Government Verified To Reduce Fuel Cost, Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Reduce Particulate Matter, Reduce NOx, Reduce CO2, Reduce CO, Reduce Hydrocarbons, Reduce Volatile Organics, Reduce Diesel Exhaust Pollution, Reduce Black Smoke and Reduce Soot. Pays For Itself in 3 to 12 Months in Fuel Savings

 Rentar Fuel Catalyst

      Fuel and Carbon Emission Solutions

 

Home Up LAB VERIFICATION CUSTOMERS SCIENCE Q & A Testimonials POWER POINT VIDEOS CARB Products INSTALLATION SPANISH MILITARY STATE OF DELAWARE FURNACE/BOILERS BIO-DIESEL MARINE BOATING MAGAZINE GENERATORS RAILROAD WARRANTY CARBON SCHOOL BUSES MSDS APPLICATIONS LIABILITY WHAT IS A CATALYST ABS UL Search

 

AWR Engineering

 

 

 

AWR Engineering Group

Certified Test Results For Caterpillar Distributor

 

 

    TEST DESCRIPTION

This report summarizes the results of testing for fuel consumption and combustion pollutants performed on a 1991 CATERPILLAR 3116 diesel parts truck, owned and operated by the regional representative for CATERPILLAR and MOBIL OIL. The testing was designed to determine the effect of various technological modifications on fuel economy, as well as on tailpipe exhaust emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and carbon monoxide (CO).

Initial testing was conducted to establish a baseline for the unmodified 3116 engine. Subsequent testing was conducted with fuel catalyst and oil catalyst modifications installed on the engine.

 

TEST METHODOLOGY

Engine Operation

The 3116 engine, mounted in a GMC TOPKICK truck, was tested on a dynamometer. All testing was conducted at the eleven (11) load points indicated below, in accordance with the ISO 9178, Part 4, Test Cycle Type B, "Universal" test procedure.

Point # RPM Nominal Load

%

Nominal Load

(MP)

Weighting

Factor

1 2600 100% MAX (1) 10%
2 2600 75% 150 2%
3 2600 50% 100 2%
4 2600 25% 50 2%
5 2600 10% 20 2%
6 2200 100% MAX (1) 25%
7 2200 75% 150 8%
8 2200 50% 100 8%
9 2200 25% 50 8%
10 2200 10% 20 8%
11 2200 0% 0 25%

The MAX load actually achieved at both 2600 and 2200 RPM varied with each test. Values ranged from 172 hp to 190 hp. The targeted 200 hp was not achieved.

A typical test run usually lasted 2.5 hours, including an initial period to allow the engine to warm up, and then monitoring the engine performance and emissions parameters at each of the eleven (11) load points.

Monitoring of Diesel Fuel Economy

       Fuel consumption data was obtained by over-the-road testing. Conducted in accordance with SAE Test Procedures.

Monitoring of Engine Oil Performance

       The wear rate of the engine and the level of contaminants found in the engine oil were measured by utilizing data collected in Caterpillar's    

       Scheduled Oil Sampling (SOS) program. Oil samples were analyzed in a Perkin-Elmer AA analyzer, which measured the part per million (PPM)  

       levels of metal elements in the used oil.

       In addition, chemical and physical tests to determine the levels of water, fuel and antifreeze in the oil were conducted, as well as tests to 

       identify loss of lubricating properties by quantifying combustion by-products, including soot, sulfur and oxidation and nitration products.

Monitoring of Emissions of Gaseous Pollutants

       The exhaust of the 3116 engine was monitored continuously during the entire dynamometer run for oxides of nitrogen (NOx), carbon monoxide 

       (CO), oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2), in accordance with California Air Resources Board (CARB) test procedures.

RESULTS OF FUEL ECONOMY TESTING

       Baseline testing of the truck, before modifications were made, was conducted over a 30 (thirty) day period, while the truck made weekday 

       round trips, averaging 179 miles daily between San Diego and Ontario, CA. Fuel economy determinations were then made after the installation

       of the INLINE FUEL CATALYST, and again after the addition of the DIESEL ENGINE OIL CATALYST.

 

Test Period

Miles Per Gallon

Before Installation of Inline Fuel Catalyst

9.63

After Installation of Inline Fuel Catalyst

10.18

After Addition of Diesel Engine Oil Catalyst

10.25

      

       The over-the-road test data showed a 5.7% improvement in fuel economy with the INLINE FUEL CATALYST in place, and an additional small 

       improvement, totaling 6.4% overall, after the addition of the DIESEL ENGINE OIL CATALYST.

 

The RENTAR Companies - Our 50th Year

 

Home Up LAB VERIFICATION CUSTOMERS SCIENCE Q & A Testimonials POWER POINT VIDEOS CARB Products INSTALLATION SPANISH MILITARY STATE OF DELAWARE FURNACE/BOILERS BIO-DIESEL MARINE BOATING MAGAZINE GENERATORS RAILROAD WARRANTY CARBON SCHOOL BUSES MSDS APPLICATIONS LIABILITY WHAT IS A CATALYST ABS UL Search

 

Email: Info@Rentar.com  -  Telephone: (561) 333-3411  -  Website: www.Rentar.com
 Rentar Fuel Catalyst 11586 Pierson Road, West Palm Beach, Florida 33414

_________________________________________________
Results vary based with the applications, type of engine and type of fuel utilize

Click Here to view Rentar on CBS NEWS                                            Click Here to Send Email to Rentar 

 

Rentar Environmental Solutions, Inc is an ACCREDITED A+ Rated Company with the Better Business Bureau

                    

        

Copyright:  1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.