What is Oxytane?
Oxytane is electrolyte chemistry.
That is to say, it is a very conductive liquid chemical.
Unlike other chemicals added to fuel (Fuel Additives and Octane Boosters)
Oxytane is an electrolyte designed for one purpose.
To reduce and/or eliminate Charge separation/electrostatic charge
build-up generated in flowing fuel.
Oxytane is the result of over 15 years of intense and focused research and
How does Oxytane work?
When any hydrocarbons are flowing in a fuel system, there is a massive electron
loss. This is a naturally occurring
problem also known as charge separation or static electricity.
(It has been observed by many authorities throughout the petroleum
industry that gasoline, diesel, and jet fuels are complicated sets of
hydrocarbons. But what are they
really? Hydrocarbons are
insulators; or if you will �flowing plastic.�)
The electron loss causes the hydrocarbons to become electrically
imbalanced and 98% of the time this behavior results in the fuel becoming
positively charged. This problem is
magnified even further by our modern-day clean fuels as they could be considered
super-insulators increasing the charging problem further.
Oxytane is designed to be a liquid ground wire that gives a path to
ground/earth this gives the overcharging going on in the flowing fuel a place to
go to correct the imbalanced state of the fuel.
While alcohol/ethanol is polar, it has a couple of problems: 1) It burns
slowly. 2) At a 10% mix rate in the
fuel it can raise the electrical potential higher even though it does help drain
the charge faster. Our theory is it
is still way to slow. See Dr. Colin
It is our theory that, in the case of liquid petroleum fuels used in an
internal-combustion engine, the engine is grounded, and when the positively
charged fuel is injected into the negatively charged engine an electro-static
attraction takes place between the fuel droplets and the engine.
This physical attraction has been observed by many investigators.
They have called or referred to it as wall-wetting, fuel impingement, and
fuel puddling. This fuel that is
attached to the metal surfaces in the engine does not burn for power.
It is our theory that when you factor in time, heat, and pressure - this
wall wetting is the primary cause of carbon deposits. It is known when carbon
deposits occur in your engine the carbon acts like little sponges.
Carbon deposits absorb and de-sorbs fuel during the combustion process.
This fuel does not burn for power and is swept out in the exhaust of the
internal-combustion engine as HC, CO and NOX (air pollution).
Your modern-day vehicle and its sophisticated engine management and
sensors recognize this; they account and adjust for it--modern technology at
work. It could be said that there
is a distinct possibility that carbon deposits are significantly responsible for
our increased dependence on foreign oil?
When Oxytane is used it acts as ground wire for the overcharging that is going
on flowing fuel. Thus, the result
is less fuel is electro-statically attracted to the grounded engine and there is
more fuel/btus available for use.
This results in higher cylinder pressures and faster burn.
This tends to help reduce the carbon deposits in your engine and help
restore your fuel economy. There may be
a further increase in your fuel economy caused by the faster burn speed from
fuel treated with Oxytane. This is
because Oxytane significantly increases the conductivity of the fuel.
The faster you can burn the fuel, the more energy you can liberate from
it for use.
Oxytane adds no power to the fuel.
It makes more of the power that is already in the fuel available for use.
Where can you use Oxytane?
Anywhere one uses hydrocarbon fuels, Gasoline, Diesel and even ethanol.
Pictures + Further Evidence of Fuel Static