Save the world from choking

From ‘Save The World Air Inc (STWA)’ comes an invention that reduces carbon monoxide, hydro carbon’s and other toxic fuel emissions to as low as zero and improves fuel economy by up to as much as 42%.

What’s this then? Well, it’s claimed to be an ingenious device that can cut emissions from automobiles to almost zero. From ‘Save The World Air Inc (STWA)’ it’s called ”Zero Hi-Tech”, an invention that reduces carbon monoxide, hydro carbon’s and other toxic fuel emissions to as low as zero and improves fuel economy by up to as much as 42%.

The company claims to have independently tested over 160 vehicles, all of which would not have passed the relevant emission test in the USA, UK, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. After fitting ”Zero Hi-Tech”, carbon monoxide was reduced from 9.2 percent to 0.0 percent. Hydro-carbon and NOX levels were also dramatically reduced, whilst fuel economy improved by up to 42 percent.

Apparently, it works on an atomiser principle, breaking down the size of the molecular structure of the fuel from approximately 760 microns to approximately 3 microns (some fuel injection systems can measure as high as 140 microns). ”Zero Hi-Tech” creates an almost 100% burn, thus dramatically lowering the production of carbon monoxide and hydro carbons to as low as Zero.

”Zero Hi-Tech” increases the torque of the engine. It is fitted to the base plate of the carburettor and injection systems both Centre Point and Duel Port. It is about the size of a cigarette packet. There are no moving parts to wear out, and as such it is expected to last anything up to 20 years.

The company also claims that ”Zero Hi-Tech” eliminates the need for brand new cars to incorporate the expensive and temperamental computer controlled fuel injection systems and most catalytic converters. This will result in significant savings to major motor vehicle manufacturers.

”Zero Hi-Tech” is currently being manufactured in Australia for testing simulations. Manufacturing in the US, and the United Kingdom, is expected to begin in the first quarter, of 2000. Other countries will follow as market demand dictates.

Check out all the technical facts at www.savetheworldair.com