What is a liquid combustion catalyst?

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Fuel additives, fuel enhancers and many other products that promise lowered harmful emissions and better fuel economy may not be exactly what you are looking for.  If you really want to get results, what you need is an actual liquid combustion catalyst.

First of all, what is a catalyst?  A catalyst is commonly defined as a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected.  With a true liquid combustion catalyst you are not altering the chemistry of the fuel you have in your vehicle, you are simply – and with the right catalyst, effectively – helping the existing fuel burn more completely.

One of the problems with most fuel is the hydrocarbons tend to cluster, which makes it more difficult for the oxygen to reach all the fuel.  This creates the duel problem of lower performance and the production of exhaust and harmful emissions (as a result of an incomplete fuel burn).

With a liquid combustion catalyst like Biofriendly Corporation’s Green Plus, you can effectively un-bundle the hydrocarbon clusters in the fuel because the ambient oxygen fed into the engine will now be able to better reach more of the fuel, thus allowing a more complete burn.  An added benefit is you don’t get the explosive shattering that usually accompanies a combustion process.

So, when you look for a product to help lower your vehicle’s harmful emissions and/or increase your fuel economy, go for a tested and proven liquid combustion catalyst.  You and your vehicle will be thankful you did.

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