Frequently asked questions
Is it profitable to use "TS-16 ECO"?
The economic feasibility of using our fuel additive, of course, is. Its regular use will significantly save on fuel and lubricants and consumables, increase the engine life, protecting it from low-quality fuel, extend the service life of catalytic converters, carbon filters, injectors.
What are the main unique features of the "TS-16 ECO"?
Can the additive harm the car?
The additive is absolutely safe for cars. Even an accidental multiple overdose is not capable of harming equipment. The physical, chemical or fractional composition of the fuel does not change after its processing. This product helps to extend the service life of internal combustion engines. The product does not interact with metals, rubber hoses, gaskets and other parts of the car.
How to use the additive?
Calculate the required amount of additive based on a ratio of 1: 4000 or 10 ml per 40 liters of fuel. Click on the bottle, filling the container with the measurer to the required level. Open the cap of the measuring container and pour the contents into the neck of the fuel tank. Then refuel as usual. An overdose is not terrible. One 100 ml bottle is designed to handle 400 liters of fuel. It is recommended to treat the fuel at every refueling.
How does "TS-16 ECO" affect the completeness of fuel combustion?
Oxygen atoms from the atmospheric air, penetrating into the already processed fuel, deplete the fuel mixture. There is a high-quality oxidation of scattered low-combustible fuel particles. These oxidative reactions result in more complete combustion of the fuel mixture at lower operating temperatures. Multi-component fuels become homogeneous or homogeneous. Thus, our product creates optimal conditions for the interaction of oxygen molecules with hydrocarbons, as a result of which the completeness and rate of combustion of the oxidized fuel under operating pressures and temperatures noticeably increases. In addition, as a result of gentle cleaning of the combustion chamber and CPG from carbon deposits and scale, the effect of "glow ignition" disappears. It is this effect that is the main obstacle to the movement of the piston to top dead center. Due to gentle cleaning, the valve system becomes airtight, the piston, having reached top dead center, creates working compression, and the spark from a single spark plug (in gasoline internal combustion engines) ignites a homogeneous lean fuel mixture already prepared for combustion. As a result, the outbreak of the fuel mixture from the focal one turns into a volumetric one. The fuel burns out more completely.
When does the effect of application begin?
Changes in dynamics and throttle response are noticeable already on the first rolled-out tank, since the combustion efficiency of the processed fuel increases, and with it the dynamic characteristics. This applies mainly to new vehicles fueled with branded fuel. If your car is used, and the fuel was filled with average quality, then you should be patient and expect a deeper cleaning from carbon deposits and scales in the combustion chamber. This will take some time and the treated fuel will be a continuous soft wash. Therefore, initially you will feel an increase in engine power and a decrease in noise - the consequences of eliminating the "glow ignition" and removing carbon deposits. Further, the turn will certainly come to fuel economy. Here it is quite appropriate to draw an analogy with a person who took a laxative to cleanse the body of toxins. The cleaning process is not pleasant, but it is temporary. On average, in used cars, this process takes 4 rolled out fuel tanks, or about 2000 - 3000 km. mileage. Then, if the car is not new, a one-time replacement of the fuel filter is recommended, since the fuel tank is also cleaned of mechanical impurities and resins.
Why is fuel consumption reduced?
Fuel consumption is reduced due to a decrease in losses of useful thermal energy, which ceases to "fly into the pipe" from incomplete combustion of hydrocarbons, but is transferred to the rotation of the crankshaft, that is, to increase the power of the internal combustion engine. Thus, under the same operating conditions and driving style, without changing the acceleration dynamics before and after the additive application, a natural fuel economy occurs.
Why does the engine speed normalize, noise and vibration go away?
The combustion process of activated fuel is "sequential" and volumetric, which means that the process of formation of expanding gases is more intense. The same pressure is created on the pistons in all cylinders of the engine. This eliminates inertial jerks and stabilizes the rotation of the crankshaft, the engine speed is leveled. The motor ceases to "triple", vibrations disappear. Engine noise is eliminated by the less dramatic pressure drop when the exhaust valves open. This effect appears as a result of a more complete combustion of the fuel.
Why is the "exhaust" cleaner?
Treatment of fuel with the additive "TS-16 ECO" leads to a uniform propagation of the chain reaction of oxidation of hydrocarbon chains in the fuel mixture and reduces the likelihood of high heat generation zones in expanding gases. This leads to a stabilization of the temperature level over the entire area of piston movement. Due to the absence of temperature spikes, the inertness of nitrogen to oxidative processes increases, and a more complete oxidation of hydrocarbons reduces the emission of carbon and its monoxide. A significant reduction in the emission of carbon monoxide (CO), unburned hydrocarbons (CH), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SO2) and others is observed. Water is observed in the exhaust system of gasoline engines (the main sign of complete combustion of fuel) according to the formula for complete combustion of hydrocarbon fuel CH + O2 = CO2 + H2O. As a result, the resource of catalytic converters of the exhaust gas cleaning system, as well as particulate filters, increases by 50 - 100% or more.
What happens if you stop using the additive?
If you stop using the additive, the effect of completeness of combustion will disappear. At first, the loss of dynamics will be felt, the fuel consumption of the car will increase. Then, as the internal combustion engine, elements of the fuel and exhaust systems are slagged, the car will return to the "before treatment" state. In any case, the driver will notice the difference quite quickly, regardless of the type of fuel used to fill the car and the class of the car itself.