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.