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If they were that good the manufacturers would fit them

In 1940s America, it was discovered the little tin-alloy pellets, used in the Hurricane fighters on the Russian front, would keep engines permanently clean. For the motor manufacturers this wasn’t good news. No carbon deposits meant greatly reduced engine wear, putting a big dent in the profits from component failure, repairs, replacement parts & ultimately new car sales. But for the fuel additive companies the little pellets spelt complete disaster, because permanently clean engines wouldn’t need them.

“If they were that good the manufacturers would fit them” was one of several phrases started to ensure the little pellets were ignored. For 80-years, the motor industry ensured the public were mis-led about what fuel catalysts actually do. As a result, motorists have continued to suffer carbon deposits in their engines with expensive repairs & replacement parts, poor fuel economy and gradual losses in performance. However, our health and the environment has also paid a heavy price for this long-term dishonesty.

Research by the EEA (European Environment Agency) in 2016 confirmed more than 400,000 premature deaths were caused by air pollution. The research is very clear - transport pollution is the cause of two thirds of all NOx emissions.

Excess emissions, containing dangerously high levels of NOx, CO & PM2.5s cause misery in town & cities worldwide. Yet this needn’t happen at all. For the last 80 years, carbon deposits & dirty engines have made billions for the motor manufacturers and kept the fuel additive companies in business. The deliberate dishonesty about fuel catalysts continues to have a profound effect on us all. This goes far beyond the failed MOT emissions tests, costly repairs & poor fuel economy which motorists needlessly suffer.

Permanently clean engines are better for everyone.

Removing carbon deposits makes a big difference

The effectiveness of FTC fuel catalysts in removing tough engine deposits, can be seen in the significant reductions in exhaust emissions where stubborn deposits & baked-on carbons have been removed to restore engine efficiency.

Removing engine deposits not only reduces harmful excess exhaust emissions but can help to restore lost performance and fuel economy.

Fuel catalysts restore lost efficiency by removing pre-existing carbon deposits that have built up in engines as well as preventing them from forming in new engines. The prevention of carbon deposits forming in engines helps keep them operating as intended.

Clean engines are miles better

As fuel is combusted, it leaves deposits in the engine. These deposits are made up of carbons, waxes, gums & tars and slowly build-up and reduce efficiency. This causes the gradual reduction in engine performance & fuel economy and increases levels of toxic exhaust emissions & component wear.

Engines without deposits are fuel-efficient. Clean engines produce considerably lower levels of harmful exhaust emissions. Low emissions drastically reduce the workload of the CAT (catalytic convertor), the DPF (diesel particulate filter) & the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) to prolong their life.

When deposits are removed from engines, fuel injectors, throttle plates, intake valves & vital sensors it restores lost performance. The significant reductions seen in exhaust emissions, where fuel catalysts have removed pre-existing carbon deposits, shows the impact this has in restoring lost engine efficiency.

Fuel catalysts restore lost efficiency by removing pre-existing deposits. In new & clean engines they prevent carbon deposits from forming. Preventing carbon deposits forming means the usual reductions seen in performance & fuel economy as well as increased engine wear & exhaust emissions are largely avoided.
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

Heterogenous surface catalysts like FTC, are used in the production of bio diesel, fertilizer & plastics to initiate small molecular changes. Like FTC, these industrial surface catalysts are incredibly hard & non-sacrificial. They have a virtually unlimited lifespan because they don’t dissolve, break down or wear away.

In the same way, the FTC pellets don’t dissolve, breakdown or wear away so they never need to be replaced. FTC is the permanent solution that’s just added once. It’s the reaction fuel catalysts cause in petrol & diesel fuels that safely removes & prevents carbon deposits in engines.

Virtually identical catalyst pellets, were used in the fuel tanks of British Hurricane fighters operating in Murmansk during WW2. Waxing & quality issues with the local aviation fuel caused Russian scientists, working with RAF ground crew, to develop the tin-based fuel catalysts, which solved the problems.

These catalysts enabled the Hurricanes Merlin engines to operate effectively in low temperatures with the greatly varying quality of the local fuel. Operation Benedict, is recorded in ‘Hurricanes over Murmansk’ by John Golly and in ‘Force Benedict’ by Eric Carter, which also details the post-war development of the fuel catalysts.

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