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.