EnerTeck Corporation, has recently published a report on its wholly owned subsidiary, EnerTeck Chemical Corp. (”ECC”), has expanded the market for its primary product EnerBurn® to the mining industry.
With recent mandates by MSHA (Mine Safety and Health Administration), all underground mining operations must dramatically reduce the amount of particulates being emitted from diesel engines. ECC management and certain heavy equipment exhaust filter manufacturers saw an opportunity, utilizing EnerBurn®, to meet the MSHA guidelines, while simultaneously providing better overall engine performance for customers in the mining industry.
In response to client inquiries, ECC has developed a series of verifiable proprietary testing protocols designed specifically to measure levels of overall performance of diesel engines used in the mining industry. These protocols allow client management of mining and heavy equipment operations to determine for themselves the benefits available through the utilization of EnerBurn®. Detailed data compiled by participating customers, regarding their fuel efficiency and emissions levels, is compared to data compiled prior to the introduction of EnerBurn®. This data is analyzed for the client by ECC, as a statistical model, which provides the client with reliable fuel trends. ECC anticipates, the results will confirm the projected 8-15% improvement in fuel economy, as well as offering the significant improvement in emissions reductions being sought. ECC is actively negotiating with several large mining operations and some have begun using EnerBurn® in conjunction with DPFs (Diesel Particulate Filters) to dramatically reduce particulates. EnerBurn® improves the efficiency of DPF filters.
EnerTeck Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, EnerTeck Chemical Corp., specializes in the sales and marketing of a fuel borne catalytic engine treatment for diesel engines known as EnerBurn®.
Source: EnerTeck Corporation