Test Results – Emissions

TEST RESULTS

Within the offices of RxP Products, Inc. are several file drawers containing test results from independent laboratories worth $7,000,000.00. With the total overall value of our testing, we are satisfied that the claims we make about our product have been validated. Dates of listed tests are dates of testing completion. We present a sampling of our test results for your review.

  1. Automotive Testing Laboratories, Inc., East Liberty, Ohio; May 24, 1988
    This laboratory is a U.S. EPA approved automotive testing facility. The 511 Hot Start tests are conducted to measure reduction of emissions. One of two tests allowed by the U.S. Attorneys General Offices to prove claims of emissions reduction.

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 34.2 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 70.9 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 9.2 %
    Miles per gallon (mpg) + 1.4 %


  2. EG&G Automotive Research, Inc.; June 6, 1985
    This laboratory is a U.S. EPA approved automotive testing facility. The Hot 23 Cycle tests are conducted to measure reduction of emissions. One of two tests allowed by the U.S. Attorneys General Offices to prove claims of emissions reduction.

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 4.5 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 26.2 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 24.8 %
    Miles per gallon (mpg) + 1.3 %


  3. State of Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles St. Petersburg, FL (Emissions Testing station); May 19, 1991
    These tests were conducted in accordance with The Federal Clean Air Act. All highway vehicles in the state of Florida that year were required to pass an annual emissions test.

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 90.0 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 99.0 %

  4. Carshalton College, Carshalton Sutton, U.K.; January 18, 1991
    Carshalton College is the London Borough of Sutton Technical College and is equipped to execute sophisticated tests on engines.

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 35.4 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 36.7 %

  5. People’s Republic of China EPA; May 27, 1994
    Both gasoline and diesel engines were used in their combined tests on a variety of vehicles at their National EPA Test Center. Test results were averaged.

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 31.9 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 78.7 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 27.6 %
    Miles per gallon (mpg) + 6.9 % to +20.8 %
    Noise Reduction 5-8 db

  6. Canadian Fleet Emissions Tests; January 28, 1995
    Tests were conducted on 25 randomly selected vehicles taken from the used car inventory of Pointe-Claire Chrysler in Pointe-Claire, Quebec. The vehicles were tested by Duane Fisher, RxP Products, Inc. Technical Support Supervisor. A five-gas analyzer was used. The procedures and equipment were reviewed by several over-sight independent testing laboratory executives.

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 53.52 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 63.28 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 26.65 % to 0.85 %

  7. In-House Tests by RxP Products, Inc.; March 1995
    RxP Fuel Treatment was tested on four vehicles to determine emissions reduction with respect to varying horsepower ratings. The test equipment used: an OTC five-gas analyzer and a Sun Chassis Dyno.

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 40.4 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 42.6 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 18.2 %
    Horse Power + 4.3 %


    TEST 2 % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 43.6 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 34.3 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 20.0 %
    Horse Power + 5.2 %


    TEST 3 % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 31.9 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 25.0 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 15.3 %
    Horse Power + 5.6 %


    TEST 4 % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 53.0 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 28.2 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 16.5 %
    Horse Power + 6.5 %

  8. Mobile Sources Emissions Division, Environmental Technology Center, Ottawa, Canada; May and June 1995

    TEST % of Increase or Decrease
    Hydro-carbons (HC) - 15.0 %
    Carbon Monoxide (CO2) - 12.1 %
    Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) - 16.5 %
    Horse Power + 6.5 %

  9. Also see separate State of Florida D.O.T. one-year test results.