Links to Omstar Tests
Coca Cola tested Mitsubishi and Hino trucks, with fuel economy improving 17.4% and 13.7%, respectively, and smoke reduced by 71.3% and 91.2%. In their boilers, performance improved 10.4%, with SO2 down 28% and NO2 down 99%.
A six-month evaluation of eleven APL diesel tractors by CEE found that Omstar DX1 (formerly D-1280X) reduced engine exhaust opacity by 33.5% and 50.3%, and generator set exhaust opacity by 51%.
A four-year, 4,000,000 mile/6,400,00 km test of 30 diesel-powered Los Angeles Airport Authority Shuttle Buses found that Omstar DX1 (formerly D-1280X) reduced exhaust opacity (smoke) by 87%.
CARB conducted 1500 mile tested on each of four diesel trucks used Omstar DX1 (formerly D-1280X), which resulted in an overall combined 36.6% reduction in hydrocarbon emissions, a 10.1% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, and a 4.1% increase in fuel efficiency.
The Greater Dayton RTA (formerly the Miami Valley RTA) tested DX1 (formerly D-1280X) in 75 buses over 30 days and found a 53.6% average reduction in peak exhaust opacity.
A 70-day test of DX1 (formerly D-1280X) on Torrance Unified School District buses resulted in an overall smoke opacity reduction o f 52%.
The Chandler, Arizona Fire Department added DX1 (formerly D-1280X) to the fuel of seven fire trucks and found smoke opacity was reduced an average of 78% in 22 days.
California Environmental Engineering conducted a one-month test of DX1 (formerly D-1280X) on a new Ford Thunderbird and found it reduced hydrocarbons by 23%, NOx by 96%, CO2 by 7%, and increased fuel economy by 7%.
A summary of tests conducted in California by Airport Cruiser Corp, Hudson General, CEMAK Trucking, Great Western Reclamation, and other companies found significant reductions in emissions while improving fuel economy.
Keep On Trucking, Inc., tested DX1 (formerly D-1280X) on six of their trucks and found a 57% average decrease in smoke opacity and a 6% average increase in fuel economy.
Omaha Metro Transit tested DX1 (formerly D-1280X) on four city buses and found a 33.875% reduction in smoke opacity.
The U.S. Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton, California conducted a one-month test of Omstar DX1 (formerly D-1280X) on four 10 to 15 ton tractors resulting in a 22.76% increase in fuel efficiency.
Truck testing resulted in reducing Carbon Monoxide by 18% and Nitrous Oxides by 50%, while increasing Oxygen by 0.5% (due to increased combustion efficiency).
A test on buses reduced smoke by 42%, and reduced CO2 by 2.4 million pounds per year for their bus fleet.
A 2-year test on five 1.3 megawatt generators reduced fuel costs by 9.6%, while reducing NOx by 11.7%, SO2 by 79.4%, and increasing Oxygen by 1.4%. Power plant efficiency increased more than 10%.
Warren Caterpillar tested DX1 (formerly D-1280X) (under the brand name Gamma 88) using a dynamometer with the following results: Fuel efficiency was increased by 11.4%, horsepower increased by 6.35%, and torque increased by 6.5%.
A dynamometer tested the effect of Omstar DX1 (formerly D-1280X) on a 238 horsepower 2-stroke Detroit Diesel engine, resulting in a 66.88% reduction in CO, a 14.75% reduction in CO2, a 16.89% decrease in fuel consumption, over 50% reduction in opacity (smoke), and a 20.20% increase in brake thermal efficiency.
A 900 HP Caterpillar generator was tested for 57 hours in a carefully controlled test that reduced fuel consumption by an average of 8.5%.
Grupo Pujol is a small power generation company that supplies power for ICE, the Costa Rican Power Company. They tested two 12-cylinder Caterpillar generators that collectively produced 8.9 MW/hr. When the test was complete, the generators were producing over 10 MW/hr, a 12% increase.
The Port of Los Angeles conducted tested on an auxiliary diesel engine aboard the vessel (ship) Condor resulting in a 55% reduction in exhaust opacity by used Omstar DX1 (formerly D-1280X).
The Philippine Coast Guard found that DX1 (formerly D-1280X) decreased exhaust smoke, reduced engine vibration and noise, improved engine performance, and reduced fuel consumption by approximately 25%.
Coca Cola conducted tests in trucks, with fuel economy of 15%, smoke lowering by 80%, while in boilers performance increased by 14% and SO2 was reduced by 28%, and NO2 by 99%.
Pepsi-Cola in the Philippines added Omstar B-15 to their industrial boilers and found it reduced particulate matter by 28%, reduced fuel consumption by 3-15% depending on the boiler, and increased plant production by 48%.
Plasmotechnika and Kazakhstan University (Kazakh Group) (Report due Jul 2016)
This test will combine Omstar DX1 additive with a plasma ignition system to increase efficiency in coal-fired furnaces (power plants). The Kazakh Group has been supplying these ignition systems to over 400 power plants in Asia and Eastern Europe. With the newer version of Kazakh Group’s
ignition system, when combined with DX1, we expect a 5-8% reduction in fuel cost, while reducing NOx by >30%, SO2 by >20% and HC by >50%.
This Certificate of Origin is provided for Omstar DX1, Omstar OpenFlame, and Omstar Residual.
An Omstar distributor, Envirosave Enterprises LLC, received permission from Omstar to relabel D-1280X (now DX1) as Gamma88. This distributor was very successful in marketing DX1 as Gamma88 with trucking firms, the US railroad industry, and in Formula 1 car racing (BMW).
This lab found that adding DX1 to Unleaded Petrol- 95 RON (ULP95), and also to Diesel 50ppm Sulfur, had no detrimental effect on the quality of either fuel, or the fuel specifications of either fuel. Testing conformed to the South African National Standards (SANS).
The Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) found that DX1 (formerly D-1280X), under the brand name Gamma88, decreased fuel viscosity by 5%, increased cetane by 3.5%, and reduced aluminum emissions by 14.5%.
SCAQMD performed a chemical breakdown of DX1 (formerly D-1280X) that presented all elemental ingredients such as Si, Mg, Fe, Cu, Ag, Ni, Al, Ca, SA, with all “other elements” analyzed as “nil.”
E.W. Saybolt & Co. Inc. tested DX1 (formerly D-1280X) and found it increased Cetane (similar to Octane) from 45.5 to 47.5 points and is 99.99976% ashless (2.4 parts out of 1,000,000 parts). Personnel at Saybolt Labs said they'd never seen anything like this in their history.
Lab evaluation found DX1 (then Blue Sky Additive D-1280X) reduced emissions (Bosch Fume Units, UHB) from 3.14 to 1.6, and Particulates from 0.08 to 0.03 grams/BHP-Hour.
Reevaluated the statistical analysis of a test conducted by CARB in 1990, “Effect of D-1280X Additive on Emissions & Fuel Economy.” Hydrocarbons were reduced by 50% and 28.6% for the two trucks tested with Omstar DX1.