Agnico Eagle Mines owns five large mines in Canada, Mexico, and Finland.
The “La India” gold mine in Mexico tested DX1 for 14 months in five 1.3 megawatt generators. Fuel costs dropped by 9.6% and generator efficiency increased by 10%. SO2 dropped by 79.4% and NOx by 11.7% (2014-2016).
Agnico now uses DX1 for generators and their large truck operations.
Coca Cola FEMSA owns 47,000 long-haul trucks supplying 70% of Mexico with Coca-Cola products. They tested DX1 resulting in 5% fuel economy.
In their bottling plant boilers, Omstar Residual testing resulted in fuel savings of 9.3%.
Sumifru is the world’s third largest fruit distributor. A fuel economy test of large diesel trucks resulted in a 13% reduction of diesel fuel consumed. SumiFru is expanding use of DX1 to the entire truck fleet, including their boilers and generators.
Victory Liner is one of the largest bus lines in the Philippines with over 500 buses. They tested DX1 with positive results in 2008, meeting all of their environmental requirements. Today, they are using the additive for all of the 194 Victory Liner buses.
The Philippines Coast Guard tested DX1 on ships and rescue vessels with a 25% reduction in heavy fuel oil consumption. The additive completely dissolved the heavy asphaltenes in the bottom of the fuel tanks, and cleaned the fuel system.
This brewery provides beer and other beverages for all of the Philippines. They tested OpenFlame in their boilers, reducing overall fuel costs by 7.76%. Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) was reduced by 17.21% after only a few hours.
Thirty LAX buses were tested for four years and 4,000,000 miles (6.4 Million kilometers). Smoke opacity was reduced 87%, improving fleet fuel economy. When the maintenance manager rebuilt the first diesel engine in the test, cylinder and valve wear were so low - he extended the engine overhauls from 300,000 miles to 400,000 miles (480,000 to 640,000 kms).