Many users of 4-cycle gasoline engines are already enjoying the revolutionary "enzymatic power" effect of LUBRICON A-112 and A-212 fuel additive in their tanks. Without any further tinkering to this high performance fuel additive, adding LUBRICON to diesel engines and vehicles greatly boosts performance of your engine oil. Not only does it improve fuel consumption but it also has the incredible effect of cleaning exhaust emissions that have been the stickiest problem with diesel fuels. In the quest to promote complete fuel combustion and greatly clean emission fumes, the honest hard work and reverse-thinking of R&D staff have found yet another new use for LUBRICON A-112 and A-212.
The trend towards stiffer regulations on diesel gas emissions
|Because diesel engines offer high combustion efficiency and
low CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions, Europe, most noted in the world for
the way they prioritize global environmental problems, now considers
diesel vehicles as environment-friendly. However, NOx (nitrogen oxides)
and PM (particulate matter) are a problem.|
Japan, too, has stiffened regulations on automobile emissions since enacting the Air Pollution Control Law in 1968. Though environmental improvements were seen, by the 1990s, urgent measures were needed to counter the increase in diesel vehicles which emit large quantities of NOx. Therefore, in 1992, the Automobile NOx Law * that regulated NOx in vehicle gas emissions was enacted. The law added emission standards for special types of vehicles like trucks and buses to existing regulations, with the objective of reducing NOx emissions in specially noted areas where existing emission gas regulations failed to improve NOx pollution. This constituted the first use of regulations that prohibited vehicles which could not clear the standard from being registered in the specially designated areas, and additionally helped spread the use of low-emission vehicles and introduced rationalization in the use of vehicles. After that, PM measures became an even bigger issue following a series of pollution related lawsuits including a well-reported case in Amagasaki. As a result, the Automobile NOx Law was partially amended ** in June 2001 and subsequently went into force in October 2002. The law contained numerous regulations by vehicle type, which were intended to encourage people to use lower NOx and PM vehicles, and even restricted the types of vehicles that could be used in metropolitan areas, namely Tokyo metropolitan area, Greater Osaka-Kinki area, Greater-Nagoya area or Aichi and Mie prefectures).
* Special Measures Law for the Reduction of Overall Quantities of Nitrides Exhausted from Automobiles in Specially Designated Areas
** Automobile NOx and PM Law, Law on Partial Amendment to the Special Measures Law for the Reduction of Overall Quantities of Nitrides Exhausted from Automobiles in Specially Designated Areas
Problems with PM removal systems in comparison to the use and effect of
A-112 and A-212
|The PM removal systems stipulated in Tokyo ordinances are
either a catalytic
system or a DPF
(Diesel Particulate Filter) system. |
This system replaces the catalyst that is mounted on vehicles.
This system uses a filter to directly trap PM.
|Current PM removal systems present a number of big problems
that have to do with regulations, the environment and economy, but using
A-112 and A-212 can solve many of these. |