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How It Works

Calcium is the second best metallic lubricant on the planet (platinum is the best), and is used in the best greases. It's also one of the major components of CA-40. The problem has been that no one has ever been able to keep calcium suspended in fuel. Until now.

CA-40 keeps calcium in suspension through a patented blending process. When CA-40 is added to gasoline or diesel, the calcium bonds to hydrocarbons within the fuel, causing it to burn more efficiently. What this means to consumers is increased fuel efficiency, increased lubricity, and a decrease in harmful emissions.
 
Combustion Enhancement
Unlike other additives, CA-40 is not a solvent or a fuel conditioner. It is actually a combustion enhancer. Combustion enhancement is attained through further oxidation of the un-burnt hydrocarbons in the fuel.
 
There are three things that are needed in combustion: fuel, oxygen and ignition. CA-40 suspends within the hydrocarbons and further allows oxygen and fuel to be held together (fuel and oxygen). The third component of ignition is accomplished due to the thermo-electric and Piezo-electric properties of the calcium in CA-40. When combustion occurs in the engine, the heat and pressure causes the electrons in the calcium to accelerate. This acceleration provides the ignition (spark) in the proximity of the hydrocarbons resulting in further oxidation (burning) of the hydrocarbons. As a result, the fuel burns more completely, causing an increase in horsepower and fuel efficiency.
 
CA-40 does not take fuel out of specifications
CA-40 does not change Octane or Cetane. Independent testing indicated that CA-40 did not take gasoline or diesel out of specifications, though it is not yet registered with the EPA for on-road use.

Increased Lubricity
As stated above, calcium, a key ingredient in CA-40, is an outstanding lubricant. Tests in gasoline and diesel have indicated a substantial increase in lubricity when treated with CA-40.

Environmentally Safe
Catalytic converters burn some of the hydrocarbons not burned in the engine, cleaning vehicle emissions. With CA-40, more hydrocarbons are burned in the engine, and the catalytic converter burns all of the remaining hydrocarbons. Vehicles tested using fuel treated with CA-40 had ZERO un-burnt hydrocarbons at the tailpipe. Engines burning fuel treated with CA-40 have tested with a consistent reduction in emissions (See Emissions test information page). Also, all ingredients in CA-40 are environmentally friendly.

CA-40 is backed by a $2 million insurance policy

 
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