The effect of XBEE technology on fuels
In standard combustion, the successive lighting of each series of fuel droplets require a certain amount of energy. This energy consumed during lighting is not used for thrust and may be transformed into residual radiant heat, contributing to the formation of nitrous oxides (NOx).
The action of XBEE fuel additive happens prior to combustion. The concerted action of various enzymes leads to a fuel with a higher combustion rate and better combustion. This retains more thermal energy for thrust. Moreover, faster flame propagation enables a larger portion of each fuel load to be burned, avoiding premature detonation and engine knocking. While exhaust valves reject a lesser quantity of burned fuel, flame extinction in the exhaust duct is reduced, preventing the formation of soot. The XBEE fuel additive is a cocktail of naturally occurring botanical enzymes that can split certain fuel components, exchange chemical groups and rearrange the molecular structure of fuel molecules.
This results in a hyper-oxygenated fuel which, during its combustion, favors the formation of carbon dioxide (CO2) at the expense of carbon monoxide (CO). Moreover, the overall decreased fuel consumption due to more efficient combustion reduces emission signatures, in particular those of particulates and carbon dioxide.
When storing fuel, the XBEE fuel cleaner helps to eliminate water, limiting sediments such as rust. The XBEE Natural Fuel Additive also decreases contaminants in humid fuels. These result from the microbiological biomass (yeast, mold, fungi . . .) that develops at the junction between the water and the fuel. Since they are less numerous, there is less injector corrosion and contamination.