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Before implementing the fuel catalyst into the fuel system of the Drilling Rig, on average, the rig was using ten inches of fuel per day. Each inch of tank is 52 and 1/2 gallons therefore, on average, the rig used 525 gallons of fuel per day... It costs $2,142 a day for fuel to operate the rig. The entire tank was then treated with the fuel catalyst, the capacity of the tank is 3,412 gallons. After implementing the fuel catalyst into the fuel system, the rig began on average using 8 inches of fuel per day, saving 2 inches, or 105 gallons of fuel. The second implementation of the fuel catalyst, yielded savings of 945 gallons of fuel over a 9 day period. Over the 9 days of testing, the fuel catalyst resulted in savings of $3,855.60. On a yearly basis this could add up to savings of $156,383.14.
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Drilling Rig in South Texas
Rig Operator
Powered by two 3208TA Caterpillar Marine Engines. Since purchasing the boat, Captain Johnson had been battling heavy black smoke, poor performance, and poor fuel economy. Johnson would spend 40 minutes cleaning black soot from the transom. It has Improved fuel economy: 31% (from .65 to .85 mpg.)
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Steve Johnson
Captain, Lake Superior Sportfishing Charters
Exterran Trucks and Tractors before I started the treatment I was using 10 LBS of boost with no load at 60 MPH. After the treatment I was using 5 LBS of boost at the same speed. Also I gained 3 miles more per gallon. S0 for sure your treatment gave me more horsepower due to cleaning the engine and fuel system and better MPG. Also in the last month my injectors need to be change (due to just normal wear and tear) so when the diesel mechanics tour down the engine they said under my heads where super clean for 160,000 miles . They said I must change my oil all the time to keep the inside of my engine that clean. But in all reality I do not. In fact I pull trailers with it more than not. I work the truck very hard. As you know I am a Natural gas compressor mechanic and been at Exterran for ten years. I would have to say I would keep using this in my trucks and tractors.
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Chase Nunez
Exterran Trucks and Tractors, Special Project Manager
Working trial included fleet of 25 cement-mixer retail trucks (Packard, Peterbilt, International) ranging in age from 1992 to 2006. Trucks carry 50 and 75 gallon tanks. Improved mileage / fuel economy 19.2%. Improved emissions (total gases and total fleet) 35% (some individual trucks had up to 85% reduction). Improved maintenance and vehicle productivity 12%.
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Faustino Ramirez
Gulf Coast Concrete Company
UCLA Chemical Engineering Department I do not expect the introduction of 2 ppm QFI additive to combustion engine liquid fuels should have a harmful effect on either the engine piston chamber or the exhaust system... Therefore, as a consequence of this well controlled experimental study, the QFI additive should not have a harmful effect in combustion applications.
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Selim Senkan
Professor of Chemical Engineering Dept
United States Marine Corps initial testing showed that Quantum Fire Inc. Catalyst produced an improvement in fuel economy on the order of 12% to 18%. The US. Marine Corps was pleased to inform Quantum Fire Inc. that based on the positive results they are now ready to move forward with additional analysis ahead of schedule.
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ilTir J. Lusardi Deputy Program Manager, Light Armored
United States Marine Corps
AMEI Test Lab Budapest, Hungary Tests were run at the Budapest Lab and it was determined that using the catalyst Quantum Fire at the specified ratio would not damage an engine.
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Zoltan Kasa
General Mgr, Gabor Farkass. Head of Laboratory
Took a trip to the oil rigs east of the jetties. Added QFI fuel catalyst to both tanks because both 555 Cummings engines were smoking. By the time we trolled out to the rigs and back, both engines had quit smoking.
Kelse Jennings
Captain Fish Tale Fishing Vessel
2000 Ford F-350 was getting 18 m.p.g. before QFI fuel catalyst was added. After QFI was added, fuel economy improved to 22 mpg Improved fuel economy: 22% (from 18 to 22 mpg).
Joe Pena
Truck Owner
2008 Duramax Diesel Truck had 65,000 miles and was getting 20 to 21 mpg. After QFI was added, fuel economy improved to 23 to 24 mpg. The powerband from second to third gear was low. Now, power has increased to what would be expected from this kind of truck. Improved fuel economy: 14.9% (from 20.5 to 23.5 mpg.)
Dale Baker
Truck Owner
1990 Model 395 Peterbilt had 65,000 miles and was getting 20 to 21 mpg. After QFI was added, fuel economy improved to 23 to 24 mpg. The powerband from second to third gear was low. Now, power has increased to what would be expected from this kind of truck. Improved fuel economy: 14.9% (from 20.5 to 23.5 mpg.)
Larry John Barrier
Owner/Operator Tractor Trailer
Blazer, ATVs, Sportage Acceleration had a marked improvement along with performance. Total improved fuel economy: 7%
Kevin Kaesner
Owner
1995 Chevy HD-30 one-ton Cargo Truck. Fuel economy average 9.3 to 9.5 m.p.g. (9.4 average) in trips to Houston with or without full load. After QFI catalyst was added, Houston trip fuel economy averaged 10.8 to 11.2 mpg. (11 mpg. avg.). Improved fuel economy: 17% (9.4 to 11 mpg.)
Raul Torres
Corpus Christi Container Company
M/V "Cheryl Ann" powered by two KTA 600 hp Cummins engines. Normal run required four hours runtime and 200 gallons of fuel. After QFI catalyst was added, same normal run required 155 gallons. Improved fuel economy: 22.5% (From 200 gallons to 155 gallons per run)
Abby Broussard
Broussard Brothers, Inc.
Crew Boat "Mr. Pedro" with two (V-12 71) GMS engines and a 4-cylinder Perkins generator. Normal run on this job burned 126 gallons of fuel. After the catalyst was added to the fuel, only 108 gallon of fuel were burned with less smoking. Improved fuel economy: 14.2% (126 to 108 gallons of fuel)
Abby Broussard
Broussard Brothers, Inc.
"Orion" Pearson Sportfisherman. Filled boat with diesel (240-gallon capacity) with 2.5 quarts of QFI. After only four hours of running time, engines stopped all smoking. After another six hours of run time, inspected turbo blades and they were free of carbon In the past, inspection of turbo blades always had heavy carbon deposits.
Steve Sims
Captain
Working trial included 2 Peterbilt tractors: 2006 and 2010 models. Test included 400 gallons of fuel test per truck and one gallon of QFI Catalyst per truck. The trucks were subjected to full loads, hard driving in sloped terrain, Rocky Mountain runs - not usually his venue. lmproved mileage: 25.7% (mileage improved from 5.09 to 6.4 mpg. on 2006 model with 225,000 miles). Improved mileage: 16.7% (mileage improved from 6 to 7 mpg. on 2006 model with 6,000 miles)
Henderson Trucking
Owner
2006 Dodge 3500 Dually 80,000 miles. Improved fuel economy: 35% (From 20 to 27 mpg.)
J. W. Todd
Diesel Truck Owner
2001 Dodge 3500 Dually lmproved fuel economy: 20% (From 15 to 18 mpg).
Charlie Coley
Truck Owner
"Rebecca" 85-foot Shrimp Trawler has a KT 1150 Cummins engine with a 6000-gallon tank that used to "pour" out black smoke. With QFI, the boat started running smokeless, crisper, more horsepower and the engine sounded great. It is hard to measure fuel burn in a shrimp boat due to the varying conditions of wind, net drag, current, etc. "I know that with no black smoke, I am burning more diesel in the engine and not blowing it out the exhaust".
Ronnie Yeaman
Boat Owner
Tugboats Working Trial every captain noticed a remarkable change in the performance of the boats they were running. Captains noticed increased power of the push-boat engines. They initially reported less and less black smoke, and then no smoke off the muffler stacks. Improved fuel economy: 15 to 23%
Abby Broussard
Broussard Brothers, Inc.

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