The inefficient combustion in internal combustion engines, will inevitably result in carbon buildup, especially as travel mileage increases. This carbon buildup significantly reduces power, fuel economy, and increases tailpipe emissions. Traditional fuel detergency additives are made from the derivatives of the nitrogen chemistry, and as such they are inefficient in combustion making them less effective in removing carbon deposits, notably in the combustion chamber.
MAZ uses a patented chemical formula comprised of a high-energy and reactive nitroalkane concentrate that is easily and safely dosed in fuel to greatly improve the combustion process. The resultant combustion processes include the continuous fast and high-temperature burn, which removes the carbon deposits and uniquely generates a greasing film in the combustion chamber to reduce heat loss and engine friction.
In a number of trials carried out in Australia, MAZ reduces more than 30% of the diesel exhaust nanoparicles, which are the deadliest forms of air pollution as these nanoparticles are able to penetrate deep into the bloodstream causing permanent body damage. Regrettably, there is no safe level for these nanoparticles. These nanoparticles, alarmingly, escape the entrapment devices installed in the vehicles . There there is a significant advantage of using MAZ to reduce health risks for those regularly exposed to diesel exhaust.
The Bluetech Award (BA) is the world’s first clean air technology promotion to tackle the most severe air pollution challenges. The annual award is presented by the Clean Air Alliance of China (CAAC) to recognise outstanding technologies that have breakthrough potential to prevent and control different forms and sources of air pollution.
In 2017, an international panel of experts organized by CAAC selected MAZ for the Bluetech Award 2017 Finalist achieving “Deposit Control Enhancement Technology For Automobile Fuel”. The combustion detergency effect of MAZ is world’s first and is now internationally recognized.
Using chemiluminecence images, it is shown that Nitro-ignited spray flame shows greater intensity than fuel without MAZ.
The presence of MAZ has contributed to the acceleration of predisposition activity, thus releasing abundant radicals enhancing the flame speed and improve combustion.
Adding MAZ also reduces the autoignition temperature of the fuel resisting the fluctuating change in ambient temperature.
The incandescence images further shows fuel is prone to yield soot formation wherever it is in flames. The images shows that the abundant soot is produced inside the flame. However, in the case of Maz dosed fuel the soot concentrate in higher temperature reaction zone is decreasing. It assumes that Maz prohibits the onset of soot production in the high temperature reaction zone.
Source: NCKU lab center, school of mechanical engineering, Taiwan.