Eliminator is the only hydrogen system proven to work under real-life conditions
at the uk government recognised Millbrook testing facility
In controlled and fully documented, independant tests conducted at
Millbrook, this hydrogen-on-demand device reduced cacinogenic
particulate emissions from an already-efficient euro 5-diesel truck
engine consistently by an additional 22%.
This Millbrook test report is available on request
Hydrogen systems have attracted bad publicity due to false and
exaggerated claims made by unscrupulous people but it is well
known and widely accepted that the basic technology is sound.
No false claims of fantastic fuel savings.
Just a genuine additional 22% reduction in emissions!
Over the last 5 years, Hydrox has developed it’s ‘Eliminator’ system to
the point where it is no bigger than a large truck battery and can be
easily retro-fitted and scaled to any diesel engine, regardless of size.
It’s success is due in large measure to the development of a unique
and sophisticated computerised control system which ensures the efficient and reliable running of the unit with minimal maintenance over extended periods.
WHY PARTICULATE FILTERS DO NOT WORK EFFICIENTLY
IN THE REAL WORLD
The government’s accepted method to reduce particulate
emissions is not doing the job well enough and is damaging your health. in some cases it is seriously damaging your engine.
The present system collects the un-burnt particulates from the
exhaust in a filter. When the filter is full, it indicates to the engine controll unit to inject more fuel thus increasing the temperature inside the filter and in doing so, burning off the contents of the filter into the atmosphere.
The accepted method works perfectly well under laboratory conditions (indicating an 80% reduction in particulate emissions) but in the real world, the high temperature needed to successfully burn off the harmful particulates is seldom achieved.
Consequently, what comes out of the exhaust pipe is just more
pollution. That’s why the air quality in our major city centres
continues to be unacceptably poor.
Eliminator can help!
If particulate filters are working,
why, after 6 years of the compulsory ‘Low Emission Zone’, is air quality in central London still deteriorating?
Don’t just take our word for it. See the links below:
BBC News report 9th May 2014
An article from the Londonist.
Check out what the AA has to say:
Car magazine has a few comments about Diesel particulate filters:
The size, shape and output of the Eliminator can be adapted to suit any
vehicle configuration and the system requires only routine monitoring
during its operational life. Most importantly, the technology is available now.
We believe this has far reaching implications and benefits, not just for the motoring community but rail transport, shipping, the construction industry and indeed, any aspect of human endeavour, currently fueled by diesel power. In particular, we are of the opinion that the maximum environmental benefits of the technology can be achieved within the marine industry, shipping having been identified as a major source of global pollution.
WE’VE COME A LONG WAY
Having now established the vast potential of the technology and, in particular, proven the effectiveness of the Hydrox Eliminatorsystem in applying it, the Hydrox board believes that we’ve taken the project as far as our limited resources allow and that it is time to look for a larger company or organisation to take over the intellectual property rights and realise the enormous, global potential of the technology.