California Environmental Engineering (CEE) – Gas additive test

California Environmental Engineering (CEE) – XBEE gas additive test

California Environmental Engineering, LLC. is an emissions laboratory committed to product development and service enhancement. It is an institution that continually strives to stay at the forefront of new emissions regulations.

In July 2015, CEE conducted testing on a 2002 Yamaha TTR off-road motorcycle under the supervision of Project Manager Larry Swiencki. The tests were conducted to demonstrate the effects of the XBEE Enzyme Fuel Technology.

Gas additive - CEE tests XBEE

This test used 87 octane pump gasoline. The gasoline was CARB E10 87 octane regular-grade pump gas provided by Clean Fuel Resources. The two gallons provided were divided into two one-gallon containers. The first container was then marked as baseline fuel.

The second container was treated with 2 ml of the XBEE gas additive. The treated fuel then sat for three hours before being introduced into the vehicle’s fuel tank.

 
Without Xbee
With Xbee
Difference

(%)
PM – Particulate Matter (gr/mile)
0.022
0.017
-22.70
THC – Total Hydrocarbon emissions (gr/mile)
1.375
0.934
-32.10
CO – Carbon Monoxide (gr/mile)
21.684
18.891
-12.9
NO – Nitrogen Dioxide (gr/mile)
0.118
0.131
+11.0
CO2 – Carbon Dioxide (gr/mile)
42.48
41.42
-2.50
MPG – Miles per Gallon
109.51
119.55
-9.20

CEE ran three baseline hot-start tests with the baseline fuel. CEE then ran three hot-start tests with the XBEE treated fuel. In the third test with XBEE, the motorcycle acted as though it was running out of fuel during the high acceleration.

The motorcycle then cleared up and ran fine for the remainder of the cycle. The result of the motorcycle running poorly caused the hydrocarbons to go up significantly. Therefore the third test data with XBEE was not used in calculating the averages.

Gas additive - CEE tests XBEE

“The results were positive in that a reduction in HC, CO, CO2, and PM occurred. In addition, the fuel economy also went up”. Larry Swiencky – Proyect Manager CEE

 

California Environmental Engineering, LLC

Santa Ana, Ca.

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XBEE ENZYME FUEL TECHNOLOGY

XBEE is an enzyme technology compatible with all fuels, in all engines. This cleaning treatment disperses water and fuel-derived organic contaminants.

Consequently, XBEE helps to clean up the whole fuel system and eliminate carbon deposits in the engines, hence a reduction of the maintenance costs and gas emissions _ in particular CO2, NOx and particulates.

Finally XBEE reduces the fuel consumption.