Monday, July 14, 2008

Magnetic Fuel Saver

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Magnetic Fuel Saver, other Fuel Savers and Fuel Optimizers.

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The combustion engine vehicle efficiency is about 9%. This means that your car consume more energy that it convert in movement. In other words, you pay more energy that you use. In this text I will describe you some methods and apparatus for improving the combustion of fluid fuel in combustion devices, such as general burners, incinerators, fuel oil boilers from appliance boilers to heat power boilers ( home or industrial heating ), combustion furnaces, and internal combustion engines in automobiles ( two-cycle and four-cycle, diesel and gasoline ), trucks, ships and jets, where the fuel employed is liquid or gaseous hydrofuels, such as gas, natural gas, propane, kerosene, gasoline, fuel oil, butane, etc...

Magnetic FuelSaver.

Applying a magnetic field to ionizing fuel to be fed to combustion devices we can ensure more complete combustion, obtaining a maximization of the fuel economy, improving the fuel efficiency and reducing polluting emissions.

The fuel is subject to the lines of forces from permanent magnets mounted on fuel inlet lines. The magnet for producing the magnetic field is oriented so that its South pole (red) is located adjacent the fuel line and its North pole (blue) is located spaced apart from the fuel line.

The magnetic field strength must be at a higher Gauss level (500 Gauss) since it may be demagnetized to some extent before reaching the combustion chamber.

How it works.

Most fuels for internal combustion engines are liquid. But liquid fuels don't combust till they are vaporized and mixed with air.

Currently regulated gas emissions from motor vehicles are unburned hydrocarbon (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of nitrogen (NOx). Unburned HC and NOx react in the atmosphere to form photo-chemical smog. Smog is highly oxidizing in the environment and is the prime cause of eye and throat irritation, bad odor, plant damage, and decreased visibility. Oxides of Nitrogen are also toxic. CO impair blood capability to carry oxygen to the brain, resulting in slower reaction times and impaired judgement.

Fuel mainly consists of hydrocarbons. Groupings of hydrocarbons, when flowing through a magnetic field, change their orientations of magnetization in a direction opposite to that of the magnetic field. The molecules of hydrocarbon change their configuration. At the same time intermolecular force is considerably reduced or depressed. These mechanisms are believed to help to disperse oil particles and to become finely divided. In addition, hydrogen ions in fuel and oxygen ions in air or steam are magnetized to form magnetic domains which are believed to assist in atomizing fuel into finer particles.

Generally a liquid or gas fuel used for an internal combustion engine is composed of a set of molecules. Each molecule includes a number of atoms, which is composed of a nucleus and electrons orbiting around their nucleus. The molecules have magnetic moments in themselves, and the rotating electrons cause magnetic phenomena. Thus, positive (+) and negative (-) electric charges exists in the fuel's molecules. For this reason, the fuel particles of the negative and positive electric charges are not split into more minute particles. Accordingly, the fuels are not actively interlocked with oxygen during combustion, thereby causing incomplete combustion. To improve the above, the fuels have been required to be decomposed and ionized. The ionization of the fuel particles is accomplished by the supply of magnetic force from a magnet.

The resultant conditioned fuel / air mixture magnetized burns more completely, producing higher engine output, better fuel economy, more power and most importantly reduces the amount of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen in the exhaust. Another benefits if these devices is that magnetically charged fuel molecules with opposite polarities dissolve carbon build-up in carburetor jets, fuel injectors, and combustion chambers help to clean up the engine and maintain the clean condition.


The magnetic flux density to be imparted to fuel widely varies depending upon fuel, air or steam, and combustion equipment and conditions. In general, the preferred range of magnetic flux density is from 1000 to 3500 Gauss, and the most preferred range is from 1400 to 1800 Gauss when fuel oil is used in combination with conventional heat power boilers. The optimum range will be determined through experimental runs. The field strength is a function of the engine size based on fuel consumption.

The Ferrite magnets are the most cost effective for treating fuel. When high energy Neodymium Iron Boron Magnets are applied, we can obtain a decrease in the fuel mileage and unburned hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide.

The magnetizing apparatus is located on the pipe between pumping means and the burner, carburetor or fuel injectors, because it is unnecessary for any other parts to be magnetized. A portion of the fuel feeding system extending from a point downstream of the magnetizing apparatus to the burner must be made of non-magnetic material. In this case, magnetized fuel is directly fed to burners or atomizing nozzles with a minimum reduction of magnetism.

The magnets are embedded in a body of non-magnetic material, such as plastic, copper or aluminum, to secure they to the fuel line. No cutting of the fuel line and no hose and clamps are necessary to install this device, outside a fuel line without disconnection or modification of the fuel or ignition system for producing magnetic flux in the flow path of combustible fuel within the pipe. These units have been installed without other fuel line or ignition adjustments to treat vehicles failing required emission tests as an inexpensive retrofit accessory to give substantially immediate improvements of up to the order of 80 % reduction in hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emissions.

In a preferred embodiment, one or more magnets are strapped to the fuel line as close as possible to the carburetor or fuel injectors with only one pole of the magnet or magnets adjacent to or in contact with the fuel line. One or more magnets are strapped to the air intake in such a way as to magnetically expose the oxygen to the magnetic field emanating from the pole opposite that of the pole used to expose the fuel.

The magnets should have a Curie temperature sufficiently high that they retain their magnetic characteristics at the operating temperatures to which they are exposed. For example, in an automobile engine, the fuel line magnets will lie above the engine block where relative heating will greatly increase their temperature. Some magnets lose much of their magnetic field strength as their temperature rise. The Curie temperature on Alnico magnet are 760ºC to 890ºC, on Ceramic magnets ( ferrite magnets ) 450ºC, on Neodymium 310ºC to 360ºC and on Samarium 720ºC a 825ºC.

Examples of results.

Dust in exhaust gas from a boiler was measured by both weight and concentrate methods. It was found that at the same weight of dust contained in exhaust gas, the exhaust gas generated after the magnetizing treatment according to these devices exhibited in higher value in concentration than that generated without magnetization. This fact that dust particles after magnetization are finer than those usually found, which in turn, means that oil particles are made finer by the magnetizing treatment of these devices.

In boilers the combustion conditions are improved by applying magnetism to fuel according to these devices.

- The flame becomes brighter and turns from red to white orange. A high temperature bright flame is observed.
- The flame is reduced in vertical length and extended laterally. The rates of combustion becomes higher.
- Spark in the flame is reduced or eliminated.
- Vibrating combustion is prevented.
- Pollution material content in exhaust gas is reduced.
Results in automobile comsume tests:
- 1980 Ford with a 3.3 liter engine from 18 MPG to 24 / 27 MPG = > 33 / 50 % increase mileage, this mean: 5.5 G/100M to 4.16 / 3.7 G/100M = > 25 / 32 % consume reduction.

- 1970 Toyota in country from 35.8 MPG to 40.8 MPG => +14 % increase mileage, this mean: 2.7 G/100M to 2.45 G/100M = > 8 % consume reduction.

- 1970 Toyota in city from 21.4 MPG to 28.9 MPG => + 35 % increase mileage, this mean: 4.6 G/100M to 3.4 G/100M = > 26 % consume reduction.

- Dodge from 12 MPG to 19 MPG => + 59 % increase mileage, this mean: 8.4 G/100M to 5.24 G/100M = > 37 % consume reduction.

- Citroën BX 19 Diesel with ceramic magnets obtained from electric motors, I have convert a consume of 6 liters/100Km to 4.8 liters/100 km = > 20 % consume reduction.

- Yamaha TZR 50 from 3.13 liters/100 km to 2 liters/100 km = > 36 % consume reduction.


With a magnetic field we can increase the internal energy of the fuel, to cause specific changes at a molecular level. Increasing the internal energy to obtain more easier combustion. The molecules fly apart easier, join with oxygen easier and ignite easier. 'Ionization' implies that the fuel acquires a 'charge' and molecules of like charge repel each other, this makes fuel dispersal more efficient. Then if you charge the air to the opposite polarity, then the fuel and oxygen combine far quicker than 'normal'. We can obtain about:

80% -90% Reduction in Hydrocarbon emissions.
60% -80% Reduction in Carbon Monoxide emissions.
20% Reduction in Nitrogen Oxides.
10% - 40% in Consume Reduction.
8% - 60% in Increase Mileage.
The resultant conditioned fuel/air mixture magnetized in opposite polarities burns more completely, producing higher engine output, better fuel economy, more power and most importantly reduces the amount of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen in the exhaust. Another benefits if these devices is that magnetically charged fuel and air molecules with opposite polarities dissolve carbon build-up in carburetor jets, fuel injectors, and combustion chambers help to clean up the engine and maintain the clean condition.


U.S. Patent 3,830,621 - Process and Apparatus for Effecting Efficient Combustion.
U.S. Patent 4,188,296 - Fuel Combustion and Magnetizing Apparatus used therefor.
U.S. Patent 4,461,262 - Fuel Treating Device.
U.S. Patent 4,572,145 - Magnetic Fuel Line Device.
U.S. Patent 5,124,045 - Permanent Magnetic Power Cell System for Treating Fuel Lines for More Efficient Combustion and Less Pollution.
U.S. Patent 5,331,807 - Air Fuel Magnetizer.
U.S. Patent 5,664,546 - Fuel Saving Device.
U.S. Patent 5,671,719 - Fuel Activation Apparatus using Magnetic Body.
U.S. Patent 5,829,420 - Electromagnetic Device for the Magnetic Treatment of Fuel.

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How to Improve Your Gas Mileage in You Car

Gas prices are at an all time high and there is no indication that they will be coming down any time soon. What if we could show you how to easily save 20% or more on gas? Here are some great tips that are guaranteed to save you big at the pump.Start keeping track of your gas mileage so you can see how much you are paying and what you are or will be saving. Many cars will automatically tell you this in the digital display. If yours does not, the easiest way is to write down the amount of gas you put in at your next fill up. Then erase the odometer (press the single long button on your odometer display). When you get near empty, divide the miles driven by gallons used. This will give you your miles per gallon.

This is good to know as it can tell you when something is wrong with your car. It will also show a noticeable improvement when you incorporate some of the tips below. Make sure your car receives all necessary car care and treatment so it is functioning at its best. This will help ensure the best fuel economy as an ill tuned car can easily be running poorly and cost you 10-20% or more in additional fuel costs. Remember good car care goes a long way with fuel economy. Slow down. That's right, the National Institute of Highway Safety has stated that we get better gas mileage if we stick with the speed limit. As we increase our speed our fuel efficiency drops fast along with our driving safety. It is a big drop of as much as 10,20 even 30% all depending on how fast you go.

Remove excess weight from your car. Many of us have extra items in our trunk that can add considerable weight to the car and greatly reduce your fuel economy. This is a no-brainer.Make sure your tires are inflated to the correct tire pressure. Over or under inflation can effect you fuel economy. Purchase a tire pressure gauge and use it at every fill up.Turn off the air conditioning in town. When you are driving at slower speeds or with a lot of stop and go driving the air conditioning will greatly increase your fuel usage and decrease your mpg. At highway speeds researchers have found that the air turbulence caused by your windows being down actually reduces your gas mileage more than having the air conditioning on. For maximum cooling make sure you close your vents when you have the air on (many cars need you to reset this every time you turn on the car). You could really save by finding alternative transportation - walking, ride the bus, car pool, or even riding a motorcycle (some get 50+ mpg). But that would greatly inconvenience most of us, so use the above tips, care care and treatments, and ideas to increase fuel efficiency and economy so that you will feel less of a pinch at the pump.

About the Author

David Maillie specializes in automotive safety products and information. He holds numerous patents and awards for his patented headlight cleaner and restorer. For more information, tips, and money saving products for your auto please visit: