“Oxon2 is patented and registered by the EPA as a “non a-typical” additive. This special designation means that there are no elements in Oxon2 that are not already typically in fuel. Even if doubling the recommended dosage (1 part Oxon2 to 10,000 parts fuel) your fuel remains within international standards.”
Fuels treated with Oxon2 at recommended ratios (1 part Oxon2 to 10,000 parts fuel) meet international standards (ASTM, EN590) for permitted fuels without requiring additional approvals from vehicle or engine manufacturers. Once you use Oxon2 in your engine, you can be sure you are in the safe way because the treated fuel with Oxon2 is compliant with ASTM.
Marine distillate fuels treated with Oxon2 still comply with the international quality standard ISO 8217
Fuels treated with Oxon2 at recommended ratios (1 part Oxon2 to 10,000 parts fuel) meet international standards (ASTM, EN590) for permitted fuels without requiring additional approvals from vehicle or engine manufacturers.
U.S. Patent No. 10,106,755 “Electromagnetically Modified Ethanol” covers the proprietary method by which Oxon2 is manufactured.
U.S. Patent No. 9,932,534 « Homogeneous Solution of a Treated Fuel and Oxygen from the Air for Use in a Combustion Chamber” covers the use of a product like Oxon2 which imparts strong permanent dipoles to change both the dispersion forces and the intermolecular forces of hydrocarbons in the treated fuel. When a treated fuel is atomized in a combustion chamber, the mixture is able to dissolve higher concentrations of oxygen from the air and thereby provide a more efficient fuel combustion.
* NOx emissions as tested by the University of California at Riverside. Fuel efficiency tested by Qalinca Labs (Free University of Brussels). Particulate matter emissions reduction readings taken prior to any installed « after treatment » (DPF, DEF) emission systems. Published tests available upon request.