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Syntek Global

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Jose Julius



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Business Centre 2nd Floor nr 377, Cnr Twelve Ave & Rivonia R

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081 319 7345


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To help companies save money when adding XFT into fuel in the following ways: Reduce fuel consumption, Reduce harmful emissions into atmosphere through exhaust system, Reduce maintenance on machinery, cars, trucks, generators, etc! Order from my website, we do deliver nationwide.

Technical Information Emissions test:

The following are taken from a summary of numerous reports showing emissions savings.

Having reviewed the environmental test results, the field carbon mass data, and the plant performance, I feel the following conclusions may be drawn.
Greater burn efficiency was achieved during the treated test than during the untreated test. It took an additional 0.39 GPT to heat the product with the untreated oil, thus a 9.7% reduction in fuel consumption was realized during the treated test. The carbon mass test showed a 70% reduction in volatile hydrocarbons reaching the stack with the treated fuel vs. the untreated fuel. These tests confirm the earlier findings that the treated fuel yielded more BTU/lb than the untreated.

Improved environmental conditions were achieved with the improved combustion of fuel. The reduction of unburned fuel in the gas stream improved opacity and lowered the stack temperature. This allowed for better gas stream scrubbing as shown in the environmental emissions test. The treated test had a greater potential for fluoride evolution than the untreated test, but had a 20.1% lower emission under the same scrubber conditions. This confirms the earlier observations on fuel conversion with the improved flame characteristics with the treated fuel.

Improving Air Quality

Test results have shown that the combined ingredients in Xtreme Fuel TreatmentTM provides a synergistic effect to reduce deposits, minimize corrosion and reduce atmospheric pollution.
The surface modifier in Xtreme Fuel TreatmentTM works during the combustion process by reacting with these contaminants: vanadium, sulfur and sodium, and changing the composition of the ash. It prevents high and low temperature corrosion specifically by:
Raising the melting point of vanadium compounds so they are non adherent and non-corrosive to high temperature services. Changing the crystalline form of the ash so that it is lighter, fragments easily and becomes easier to exhaust. Reduces necessary excess air thus preventing the convention of S02 to S03. Xtreme Fuel TreatmentTM can substantially prevent the buildup of carbon deposits on the gas side of turbochargers. As a result, the rated efficiency of the turbo-chargers can be maintained and water washing can be significantly reduced. Xtreme Fuel TreatmentTM has been found to lower the ignition point of the carbon in the air as much as 400 degrees F., therefore providing longer residence time for the combustion process.
Field test have proven just how effective Xtreme Fuel TreatmentTM is at reducing the levels of harmful emissions. Portable analyzers using state of the art, non-dispersive infer red (N DIR) were used to determine the decrease in con-centrations of carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide, oxygen and oxides of nitrogen in exhaust gases of test equipment of various fleets using Xtreme Fuel Treatment.
CO and HC levels are related to cleanliness of burn, while CO2 levels are related to rate of burn. Therefore, with a decrease of CO and HC it can be gathered that the fuel is being burned cleaner. On the other hand, with the reduction of C02 levels, the efficiency of fuel usage increases.

Executive Summary

A decrease is hard carbon allows an increase in efficiency of the engine. With the system free from hard carbon buildup, an additional 3% - 5% increase in fuel savings can be expected. Scientific data on comparable equipment has shown the need for varying minimum treated operating periods based on equipment type and application. Locomotive type applications require a minimum of 800 hours-treated operation. Factors such as high idle time and not operating under a full load require increased treated operating periods to properly document the product’s effectiveness.
Please note the lab report #31-2271 in this report that advocates the field data as presented. Additionally, the exhaust filter from the pretreated test is .72 grams heavier than the comparable post-treated filter. As the accompanying photographs make clear, this is the result of soot deposits caused by incomplete combustion. The decrease in carbon compounds in the exhaust shows that less hydrocarbon fuel was consumed due to more complete combustion. This is confirmed by the decrease in excess oxygen in the stack gas.
Total fleet reduction in harmful emissions are as follows: CO levels were reduced 34.6%, HC levels were reduced 41.76%, CO2 levels were reduced 2.6%, O2 levels were decreased by 7.3%. Test data for fuel consumption on unit #3236 had relative reductions in the range of 1.72% to 2.84% with a test run average of 2.12%.
Reduction in NO:
The amount of NOx generated in a combustion process is directly related to the amount of excess air required to achieve complete combustion. The nitrogen is fixed from the amount of air brought in to the system. Seventy toeighty percent of the air brought into the combustion process is exhausted as NOx.

Executive Summary

Total fleet reduction in harmful emissions are as follows: CO levels were reduced -42.7%. HC levels were reduced -44.8%. CO2 levels were reduced -7.9%. O2 levels were increased by +5.1%. The overall reduction in fuel consumption in the test stacks, on the two locomotives were in the range of -2.73% to -15.89% with a test stack average of 8.65%. The more residue to clean-up the greater the percent increase in efficiency. When the system is clean an additional three to five percent fuel saving can be expected. The decrease in carbon compounds in the effluent shows that less hydrocarbon fuel was consumed. This is confirmed by the increase in excess oxygen in the stack gas. Additional proof of improved combustion is the removal of solid hydrocarbon deposits from within the combustion chamber, plus the intake and exhaust ports.


The overall levels in harmful emissions of Carbon Monoxide, unburned Hydrocarbons and Carbon Dioxides were reduced in the fleet. Table 2 shows CO (Carbon Monoxide) levels were reduced -42.7%, HC (Hydrocarbon) levels were reduced -44.8%, CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) levels were reduced -7.9%, O2 (Oxygen) levels were increased +5.1%. PV (pressure values) were not recorded on unit #1555 due to high fluctuations in pressure output. A placebo number was substituted for the computer to facilitate a formula computation. Because this number was duplicated from the base-line to treated; it had no effect on values.
Noticeable effects at the test sight, during the treated portion, should be noted. There was an increase ability to breathe without the aid of a filter mask. The decrease in emissions enabled this. There was also a noticeable increase in particu-late being emitted from the exhausts. This is indicative of the cleaning phase of the product. Eventually wth continued product use, this will decrease to less than noticeble.
A qualitative smoke reduction test was performed during the test. this was done by attaching a 25 micron filter to the exhaust gas sampling train for each test. The filter traps unburned fuel exhausted from the engine as visible smoke or particulate. An new filter was installed at the beginning of each test.
SEE: Carbon Mass Balance Technique (Appendices)
CO and HC levels are related to cleanliness of burn, while CO2 levels are related to rate of burn. Therefore, with a decrease in CO and HC it can be gathered that the fuel is being burned cleaner. On the other hand, with the reductions of CO2 levels, the efficiency of fuel usage increases.


The series of tests conducted on a number of vehicles confirms that the fuel will reduce fuel consumption and increase the efficiency of each engine. The overall levels in harmful emissions of Carbon Monoxide and unburned hydrocarbons were reduced in the fleet. For the first treated test (table la). CO levels increased an overall 5.45% HC levels increased an overall 22.1%. For the treated test the overall reductions in fuel consumption in t


The organo-metallic fuel catalyst has proven to be effective in improving the overall efficiency and maintenance of diesel and oil-fired commercial and residential open-flame combustion systems (batch plants, heaters, boilers, kilns, dryers), a

Will using XFT void the engine manufacturer’s warranty?
No, Engine manufactures cannot discriminate against the use of a fuel additive. Under the terms of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty act in the USA, engine manufacturers must take the position that the use of a fuel additive does NOT void the engine warranty unless it can be proven that the specific additive was the cause of the failure.
Manufactures may assert that the use of certain additives may prove useful.
In South Africa, the International organisation that could nullify warranty, Wear Check, tested petrol and diesel with added XFT and passed both without exception.
XFT has over 4 Billion Kilometres of successful operation around the world.
XFT has over 65 Million hours of successful engine run time.
XFT has been used successfully by commercial and industrial customers for over 20 years.
The Magnuson-Moss Act (passed by the United States Congress) says that using a fuel treatment like XFT cannot affect your engine's warranty.
We do not change the fuel specifications so there are no warranty issues involved. This was proven through testing by the ASTM.
Hundreds of tests and independent studies have been conducted by certified laboratories, universities, and companies to determine the benefits of XFT, all showing substantial benefits without any negative effects.
During the entire history of XFT being used throughout the world, no damages to engines or equipment have ever been shown or proven to occur.
How does XFT work?
XFT contains and oil soluble, organo-metallic compound which functions as a ‘burn rate modifier’ and a ‘catalyst’ to lower the ignition point of fuel in the combustion chamber. It reduces the temperature of the burn from 1200oF to 800oF which increases the length of the time of the fuel burn. This results in a more complete burn of the available BTU’s of the fuel.
The product also causes a reduction in the fuel droplet size that is injected into the combustion chamber, thus increasing the surface area available to be burned. This results in a more complete fuel burn, which adds horse power, increases mileage, reduces emissions and cleans the engine.

What makes XFT different from all the other additives on the market?
XFT is a proven fuel treatment, used in the mining industry for over 15 years. It is very concentrated; one litre will treat 10,000 litres of fuel. Not only does it have a combustion catalyst that will help increase fuel economy, XFT also has detergents, to remove harmful deposits from fuel pumps and injectors, lubricants to provide lubrication to pistons, fuel pumps, injectors and reduces friction, fuel stabilizers to prolong the life of stored fuel, polymerization retardant and dispersants to reduce sludge in fuel, rust and corrosion inhibitors to prevent fuel system corrosion and demulsifiers to help reduce water that forms in fuel.
Can I use a lower grade of fuel when using XFT?
The XFT formula allows you to use the lowest octane fuel without causing pings or lower engine performance.

What does the EPA registration mean?
In order to get an EPA registration, a product must pass a three phase tier test. The purpose is to ensure the quality of the additive being used in combustion engines. It does not mean that the EPA endorses the product.
Will using XFT damage the engine?
XFT has been specifically tested to ensure complete compliance with all standards and performance criteria. The product will not damage any engine. In over twenty years, no claim has ever been made on Syntek Global’s insurance policy, and probably never will.
Is XFT classified as a hazardous material?
XFT is considered a non-hazardous material and can be shipped without specific hazardous warnings. The product MSDS (material safety data sheet) is available upon request. Medical treatment is necessary if product should be taken internally. Keep out of the reach of children.

Can I use the instrument panel in my vehicle that shows ‘kilometres to empty’ and kilometres per litre as a true measurement?
Most computers in today’s cars and trucks show an average of savings and can be calculated in a number of different ways. It is advised, before using XFT, to get a true kilometres per litre base line, by dividing the number of miles travelled by the litres of fuel used. Then, once XFT is used, revaluate the savings by the same method. If you pull a boat or trailer you may have to remove the positive battery connection to reset the computer to get an accurate reading on your instrument panel.
Reduce air pollution, reduce your fuel consumption in cars, trucks, buses, generators and more, by adding a comprehensive fuel treatment into fuel(petrol and diesel). Keep stored fuel stable for longer periods of time. To get more information on how you will benefit, watch this short video
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