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FUELMiser Smooths Carbon Footprints Into Green Pathways

Posted on June 1, 2009

NEW YORK - FUELMiser says its products can help clean up the air and improve the atmosphere by reducing a vehicle's overall carbon footprint.

Originally developed as an emissions control device, FUELMiser creates a more efficient fuel burn because more of the fuel molecules get burned when FUELMisers are installed on the fuel intake line of your vehicle.

This process decreases the emissions of harmful hydrocarbon gases. Fuel viscosity (thickness) has a significant effect on how well fuel burns. As viscosity increases, fuel molecules cluster together. The molecules on the outside of the cluster mix well with oxygen during combustion and burn well. The molecules on the inside of the cluster do not mix as well and do not burn completely. Installing the FUELMiser will give your vehicle a better burn.  

Better fuel economy means less carbon dioxide (CO2) gas emissions. The average vehicle emits over eight tons of CO2 each year. Moreover, vehicle emissions are responsible for over 51% of an average household's CO2 emissions each year and for over 26% of our total CO2 emissions each year.

With fuel prices again teetering at $3 per gallon in summer months, FUELMiser gives transportation operators an alternative for fuel saving and green efficiencies. FUELMiser has a 100% money back guarantee if it does not achieve a 10% savings on your fuel bill. 

The product once installed needs no periodic or annual maintenance and does not have any filters which require changing.

"It is a 'place it and forget it' product," explains Andy Poulos, Owner of Montreal Limousines based in Montréal, Canada. "We have FUELMisers on all of our vehicles. We have seen great results from using them. Reducing our carbon foot print is important to our organization and this is just one more way we can achieve that result."  

Cleveland, Ohio-based Company Car also uses FUELMisers. Owner Steve Qua believes that the Fuel Misers save him thousands of dollars per year on his fleet.

"The units pay for themselves in the fuel savings. We tested pre-installation and post-installation and can document the results," Qua says. 

The unit retails for $149.95, but is offered to NLA members at a discounted price of $94.95. For more information on FUELMiser or to purchase the units visit their website at www.fuelmiser.com.

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