How to Avoid Free Radical Pandemic Plague
The only constant in life is change. For decades, master mechanics in arenas such as -- trucking, automotive, motorcycle, farm, boat, etc. – articulated feeding our vehicles a well balanced diet of fuel, frequent replacement of oil and spark plugs, plus various other recommendations. Combining these admonitions, with copious amounts of driving exercises, promised to achieve healthy longevity.
Then came news that certain additives and/or supplements would:
· enhance engine performance
· prevent specific endemic engine and fuel line diseases
· silence vocalized aches and pains
Master mechanic dieticians are now rethinking their former diagnostic advice in light of new research on breakthrough technologies and the growing pandemic epidemic.
So what's the final word? Even though tedious research may be time consuming, learning more about engine antioxidants will elicit monetary benefits via educated intervention.
Fuel (diesel, bio-diesel or gasoline) contains sulfur and water, which naturally combine to produce sulfuric acid. During engine combustion (fuel converting to energy), non-combusted sulfuric acid yields free radical carbon deposits.
Free radical carbon deposits plague all engines, regardless of size or geographical location, and inevitably succumb to:
· advanced aging
· crippling degenerative arthritic engine performance
· increasingly toxic molecular exhaust emissions
What is an antioxidant for Engines?
An antioxidant for engines counteracts the damaging effects of free radical carbon deposits, while simultaneously protecting the environment by reducing noxious toxic emissions. An antioxidant for engines is applicable to all machinery ingesting gasoline, diesel, or bio-diesel fuels.
Fortunately, according to the Fuel Doctor, breakthrough technology provides an instant remedy.
Although vehicles have inherent inefficient antioxidant mechanisms within their exhaust system, owners can indulge in a more robust and economically viable remedy.
Scientists at the Swedish laboratory, Rototest, conducted studies, particularly on a small pill the size of a penny, to discover what role it played in toxic molecular exhaust emissions.
Test results showed:
Significant reduction in harmful carbon monoxide emissions by 78%
Significant reduction in smoke pollutants by 73%
Significant reduction in hydrocarbon emissions by 23%
The Fuel Doctor further noted that tests showed elimination and prevention of free radical carbon deposits adhering to valves, spark plugs, oil, etc.
Other benefits included increased mileage, increased engine response and performance, despite class of fuel (diesel, bio-diesel, gasoline) consumed.
The Fuel Doctor’s advice:
Wise owners of healthy engines do not drive without popping a UBiee PowerPill Fe-3 into their tank when feasting at the fuel pump.
About the author:
Dee Scrip is a well known and respected published expert author of numerous articles on Fuel Economizing, Pollution Solutions, Home Business Opportunities, Fundraising, VoIP, VoIP Security, and other related VoIP issues.
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