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    ZERO Symbol in the US. Watch it climb, small volume at present but keep a watch!!!!
    Last post re this. It will take off after further tests revealed.

    Here is recent test info. About time this came good. Good luck all.

    In the “Exhaust Emission Evaluation” section of the report submitted by NCDL, it was disclosed that their tests indicated that, “Reductions in emissions using STWA’s device were achieved in Hydro Carbons (HC), Carbon Monoxide (CO), and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX), during both the FTP CVS and HFET tests”. The results seen below were achieved during tests of the device by the laboratory and were derived from an examination of the vehicle, while under load, and did not involve any adjustments to the vehicles fuel mixture by NCDL examiners.

    Reduction in emissions using the STWA device during the FTP CVS City test were as follows:

    Hydro Carbons (HC) Carbon Monoxide (CO) Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX)
    Before 1.564 (gm/mi) 22.861(gm/mi) 2.868 (gm/mi)
    After 1.049 (gm/mi) 4.912 (gm/mi) 1.924 (gm/mi)
    Reduction Ratio 1.4 x 4.6 x 1.4 x
    % Change -32.9% -78.5% -32.9%

    Reductions in emissions using the STWA device during the HFET Highway test were as follows:

    Hydro Carbons (HC) Carbon Monoxide (CO) Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX)
    Before .088 (gm/mi) 1.477 (gm/mi) 3.082 (gm/mi)
    After .061 (gm/mi) .504 (gm/mi) .744 (gm/mi)
    Reduction Ratio 1.4 x 2.9 x 4.1 x
    % Change -30.7% -65.9% -75.9%

    These reductions represent an overall decrease in emissions pollution levels for Hydro Carbons, Carbon Monoxide, and Oxides of Nitrogen of 71% for the FTP CVS City phase of the test (under 40 mph) with a similar decrease of 71% for the HFET phase of the examination (50 mph). The total overall reduction in emissions for both tests combined was also calculated at 71 percent.

    Concerning the “Gas Mileage Evaluation” phase of the NCDL examination, test data indicated that installation of the device on the test vehicle during City and Highway tests resulted in an overall increase in fuel economy. In the report issued by the NCDL, it was pointed out that the SWA device recorded its most demonstrable improvements to gas mileage during highway operation of the vehicle and actually increased gas mileage from 22.64 mpg to 33.80 mpg, which equates to a 49.3 percent increase in mileage, with no adjustments to the vehicles fuel mixture.

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