CarWorldNetwork Member Bill Sheather, an Automotive engineer has been researching this topic for most of his career and has evaluated the options and is offering an option to improving fuel economy. This is a device which sits in the engine bay, so it’s a permanent fixture, and therefore operates with the engine for the as long as you own the car.
How does a fuel catalyst work? when you go to the petrol station, the fuel you have filled up with, may have been refined at it’s absolute peak. The moment that you fill the car with petrol(or diesel) in the fuel tank, it starts it’s degrading process, which is why it is so important to ensure you constantly have fresh fuel in your car.
Improving Car Fuel Consumption with the Fitch Fuel Catalyst
This is installed to interact with the fuel before it is ignited in the combustion process. This is applicable for both petrol and diesel engines, which is a added advantage to those with either engines, as Bill know’s his stuff about both types of systems. Before the fuel enters the engine, it travels through this system, and passes between the pellets(which are housed inside a frame) and the magnets.
The catalyst consists of specially designed metal alloy pellets, which are designed so they do not enter through to the inside of your engine. Once in contact with the pellets, the petrol becomes optimised, and improves the combustion cycle in the engine. The result aims to give you more performance, but lowers the car fuel consumption, compared to if you did not have the device fitted.
Bill has been installing the catalyst into all sorts of cars, both new and old, and as I mentioned before, both petrol and diesel. The standard claims is that it can save you approximately 1 litre per hundered kilometres, however, if you contact Bill Sheather, he can give you feedback from customers who are receiving far better figures than the standard. So if you are driving a lot of kilometres every year, and you are researching the topic, get Bill on the phone at 0411 573 944, before you start looking at additives and other options … it could save you a packet!