The Smart Emissions Reducer has been shown in field and lab tests to reduce emissions substantially while increasing fuel economy
The Smart Emissions Reducer has been put through a battery of testing in the last half a decade which included a regiment of testing by Roush Industries, in Lavonia, Michigan. The purposes of these tests were to baseline a vehicle’s emissions and fuel economy numbers without the device applied to the vehicle, then again to trial the vehicle with the device under controlled laboratory conditions. Two sets of vehicles in 2012, 2015, 2016 were sent to the laboratory, all demonstrating consistent results, which showed the device had a positive effect on lowering the vehicles emissions; even up to a 65% reduction in emissions. Fuel efficiency numbers were also compared, with testing revealing up to a 7.5% increase in fuel efficiency on specific year and make models.
See the complete testing process captured on video at Roush Industries on this Youtube playlist: Testing The Smart Emissions Reducer.
The Changzhou Keshi Group tested the Smart Emissions Reducer in their lab, located in Jiangsu Providence of China. Extensive testing protocols were practiced in testing the device. Keshi tested the device on Cummings diesel engines that were modified for use by the vehicle manufacturer that specializes in mining equipment and vehicles. Their results demonstrated the Smart Emissions Reducer performed well, with up to 25% reduction in certain emissions and up to 2.5% increase in fuel efficiency.
In addition to Roush and Keshi, the Smart Emissions Reducer was tested by Free-Col Labs, via a mass spectrometer test. This particular test verifies the before and after effects of the pollutants and chemical make-up of emissions gases as they entered and exited the device. The tests were very revealing in providing information that the Smart Emissions Reducer has an effect on blow-by exhaust gases.
The Smart Emissions Reducer has seen a number of real-time pilot program trials and testing in the field. Devices were installed on a number of vehicles, and monitored over a period of 30-60-90 day intervals. Emissions results were recorded as business and municipal fleets would provide the very first series of field trials of the device.
The first municipal fleet trial was ran in Andover Township, New Jersey. The next municipality to try the Smart Emissions Reducer was Winnebago County in Illinois, followed by the City of Rockford (IL), Douglas County (OR), and the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PA). These vehicle fleets saw results between a 25% to 75% reduction in emissions as well as fuel efficiency gains; in some cases, up to 12% and 15%. Some of these municipalities opted to purchase the devices used during the pilot program and thereafter.
Commercial business fleets to pilot the device included Utz Quality Foods, that implemented a plan to retrofit select vehicles throughout their northeast locations. The New York City Taxi and Limo Commission reviewed the device as well, and made it permissible for vehicles under their rule making to be retrofitted with the green technology device. Taxi fleets in California also tested the device with much success.
The device was also tested on the 602 GM Crate Engine, commonly founded throughout the Northeast dirt track racing circuit. Crate Motor Connection had provided the dyno and tested the engine retrofitted with the device, reporting back that they monitored no adverse findings and with a slight increase in efficiency noticed.
“I am happy to say in writing that I’m getting 3 to 4 more miles per gallon with the SER and didn’t have to worry about emissions at the inspection station anymore because of the very low emissions with the SER. In fact when I took my truck for inspection the inspector checked to make sure my truck was running because he told me for an old truck it was very low emissions. I was happy to get that passing sticker after that.”
– Tony DeNicola /CE, Clear Channel Tri-State-Franklin, NJ