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The discovery 80-years ago, that fuel catalysts prevented & removed carbon deposits from engines, made them rather unpopular. Nothing much has changed. Permanently clean engines still aren’t considered good for business by the motor manufacturers and fuel additive companies. That’s why motorists are intentionally misled, about the little pellets, that keep engines super-clean.

The motor manufacturers like dirty engines. They go wrong more often and need lots more spare parts & repairs. The fuel additive companies, with their chemical-cleaners for everything from cars & lorries to outboard motors & motorbikes, like dirty engines for obvious reasons. Without millions of dirty engines and the carbon deposits that cause them, they wouldn’t be in business in the first place.

Since the discovery that the little pellets, used in Hurricane fighters on the Russian front, would keep engines permanently clean, the motor industry has subjected them to a relentless campaign of misinformation. “If they were that good the manufacturers would fit them” was one of the original slogans used to mislead the public. The truth about what fuel catalysts actually do, is still deliberately suppressed.

Dirty engines generate huge profits for the fuel additive & motor manufacturers. Yet, it’s public health, our environment and motorists who are paying for this long-term & well-organised dishonesty. A simple and permanent solution to the catastrophic excess traffic pollution we suffer has been repeatedly & deliberately smeared simply to protect the special interests of the fuel additive & motor manufacturers.

Fuel catalysts keep engines permanently clean. That’s why the manufacturers don’t fit them.

Removing carbon deposits makes a big difference

Permanently clean engines are better for everyone

As fuel is combusted, it leaves behind tiny deposits of carbons, waxes, gums & tars. These little deposits gradually build-up and reduce engine performance & fuel economy and cause increased exhaust emissions & component failure. Clean engines, have a lower workload and put less sooty carbon through the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation valve) DPF (diesel particulate filter) and the CAT (catalytic convertor).

When pre-existing carbon deposits are removed from fuel injectors, throttle plates, intake valves & vital sensors it restores lost efficiency. The significant reductions seen in toxic exhaust emissions, where carbon has been removed from engines, shows just how effective this is in restoring efficiency. Clean engines return the best fuel economy & performance which in turn means the lowest possible emissions.

Preventing carbon deposits from forming means that the usual reductions seen in engine performance & fuel economy are largely avoided. And clean engines don’t suffer from the increased rates of component wear and failure that carbon deposits can cause. Best of all, clean engines don’t produce the raised levels of harmful exhaust gases containing the dangerously high amounts of NOx, CO & PM2.5 emissions.
Dr. Victor Cunningham
“The science behind metallic catalysts is very well founded on the established science of surface chemistry. The combination of metals in the catalyst (FTC) is, therefore soundly based and the creation of free radicals clearly allows these metal compositions to initiate and progress the chemical reactions involved. True catalysts take part in these reactions to form intermediary products but are found to be 100% retained at the end. This accounts for the unlimited life of the catalyst (FTC) whilst enhancing the performance of hydrocarbon (petrol & diesel) fuels”.

Permanent one-time treatment

FTC is a solid ‘heterogenous surface catalyst’. Similar surface catalysts, are used in industry to initiate small molecular changes during the production of bio diesel, fertilizer and plastics. Solid surface catalysts are incredibly hard & non-sacrificial which is what gives them a virtually unlimited lifespan. The FTC pellets don’t dissolve or wear away which means you only need to add them once.

Virtually identical fuel catalyst pellets, were used in the fuel tanks of British Hurricane fighters, operating out of Murmansk on the Russian front during WW2. Low temperature waxing & quality issues with the local aviation fuel prompted Russian scientists, supported by RAF ground crew, to develop the first fuel catalysts. These simple tin-based catalysts overcame the waxing and quality issues with the fuel.

The early fuel catalysts, allowed the Hurricanes Merlin engines, to operate effectively in low temperatures, even with the varying quality of the local fuel. The WW2 campaign, code named ‘Operation Benedict’, is recorded in the books ‘Hurricanes over Murmansk’ by John Golly and in ‘Force Benedict’ written by Eric Carter, which details the early use of fuel catalysts and subsequent post-war development.

Hurricanes over Murmansk by John Golly ISBN 1840372982
Force Benedict (p129-131 & 256-7) by Eric Carter ISBN 1444785141
  • FTC is safe to use with any engine whether old or new
  • FTC doesn’t break down, wear out or need to be replaced
  • FTC is simple and it works. Try it for yourself and see