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Molecular Fuel Economizer

Molecular Fuel Economizer (MEC Patented Technology) has proven to be a legitimate fuel savings device by providing Cox Enterprises 6 % MPG improvement.

 

“Omega-Tec, LLC Chief Executive Officer Bill Bolick located in Canton Mississippi is pleased to announce that its Molecular Fuel Economizer (MEC Patented Technology) has proven to be a legitimate fuel savings device for Internal Combustion Engines by providing Cox Enterprises with approximately a 6% MPG improvement over a relativity large test group deployed in three states.

As a result of the significant fuel savings afforded by the MFE units, Cox Enterprises will be doing their part in preserving the environment. Cox Enterprises will be strengthening its bottom line by saving 6% of their current fuel budget.”

During the product testing with Cox Enterprises, the Omega-Tec program was comprehensive and was proven successful in the study. The technology is noninvasive and does not impact the vehicles warranty.

The MFE is a Norwegian patented technology and has already received the J1321 certificate for passing the TMC/SAE diesel test. The 6% fuel savings make the MFE an economically viable product in reducing consumption of both diesel and gasoline fuel. The MFE also reduces both particle and CO2 emissions as reported by AVL MTC Motortestcenter AB (Swedish Automotive Lab). Dr. Bolick reports that other large transportation companies are also presently testing and evaluating the MFE.

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