Gas Emissions and pollutions

XBEE is essentially dedicated to protecting and preserving the environment: first of all by its entirely organic composition, the XBEE Enzyme Fuel Technology cannot harm the environment. Moreover, XBEE is distributed in liquid form in plastic containers made of easily recyclable materials, with very large quantities being transported and stored in special multi-use containers. This is all part of a more globally sustainable development scheme.

Yet, the main benefit for the environment is the great capacity of the XBEE enzyme fuel additive to reduce all the greenhouse gas emissions. Indeed, according to the measurements performed by several independent laboratories, the XBEE Enzyme Fuel Technology reduces pollution due to CO, CO2, NO, NOx, SO2 and particulate emissions more than often by double digit percentages.

1) Diesel Oil 

Eurofins laboratory _ then called Ascal _ has measured pollutant gas emissions from a sample of the city of Saumur’s bus network (managed by Veolia Transport).

As an example, the average emissions measured (CO2, CO, NO, NOx, and VOC) were reduced by 12.27%. On this basis, it has been proved that a fleet of one hundred buses could reduce its CO2 emissions by nearly 250 tons per year just by using Xbee fuels!

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2 ) Biodiesel:

In California (United States), the University of Berkeley’s Combustion Analysis Laboratory measured the impact of XBEE Enzyme Fuel Treatment on two types of fuels: biodiesel based on a mix of various recycled vegetable oils, and virgin soy oil.
The notable results from these measurements is that an XBEE biodiesel also reduced NOx emissions contrarily to standard biodiesel which tends to increase this type of emission, compared to a Diesel in compliance with currently applicable standards (CARB Diesel has a low sulfur content).

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3) Marine Diesel Oil 

An internal evaluation by a major dredging company in the Netherlands observed some very interesting results: a net reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and a direct impact on fuel consumption.
The measurements were made by the Envirotech Consultancy WLL laboratory, accredited in Bahrain. All the formulas were calculated by the dredging company’s engineers. They worked in compliance with the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) E2 directive for weighting various engine loads.

4 ) Marine Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) 380: 

This clear tend in decreased harmful gas emissions has been verified many times, including on engines running on HFO 380 Centistokes.
Such is the case of Brittany Ferries’ Mont St. Michel ferry. Measurements were operated on-board by Eurofins Laboratory _ then called Ascal. After two months using fuel improved with the XBEE Enzyme Fuel Treatment, the average gaz emissions decreased by 24.56%. After one year, CO2 alone had decreased by 11%. This represents a reduction of nearly 45,000 tons of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere per year for a fleet like this ferry company’s.

5) Onland Heavy Fuel (HFO ) 380:

The same has been measured and observed by the laboratory Ambio in Spain, which is the branch of Dekra. The engineers of the said laboratory have analyzed the emissions of the power plant ran by the company Frinsa del Noroeste.

The engines have used an XBEE HFO 380 during six months to observe a reduction of the gases emissions by 22.20% in average.