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Fleets wanted to test 'nano catalyst'

Engineers at Birmingham University have just completed tests on a new fuel-borne catalyst, Clear mXt, which interacts directly with fuel on a molecular level.

The results show a reduction in harmful emissions such as NOX and HC.

The nano-fuel solution that works by reducing the electrostatic forces which are built up by the flow of fuel through hoses, causing fuel clusters and ultimately incomplete combustion to occur.

Fleets can currently take part in a risk-free trial, which guarantees savings in fuel costs or they don't pay a penny.

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