Recent GTA Fuel Enhancer Test Reports
Testing by Airborne
Express in April, 2002, at their Main Air Hub in
Airborne Express carried out a fuel consumption test with GTA Fuel Enhancer using a gasoline engine-powered generator. Fuel consumption was reduced by 19% at load and 16% at idle. This was followed up with testing in a diesel generator and the improvement in fuel economy was 20%. We have a contact person at Airborne Express for more details of this testing.
Justice Trucking, Morrison
Justice Trucking used GTA Fuel Enhancer in its long haul trucks. The engines in the test vehicles were Caterpillar Model 3406. They recorded a mileage gain from 5.3 mpg to 6.1 mpg, a 15% increase. We have a contact person at Justice Trucking for more details of this testing.
Phil Clark Trucking,
Phil Clark Trucking used GTA Fuel Enhancer in a heavy-haul, on-the-road
truck. The engine in the truck is a 500 HP
One Earlier Report:
U.S. Army National Training Center, Ft. Irwin, California, July, 1997
Tests were conducted by the Radian Corporation for the National Automotive Center (NAL) of the U.S. Army Tank, Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM). The basic purpose was to determine whether engine operating temperatures in a 500 HP two cycle diesel powered HET tractor used to haul the M-1 tank to the field. In addition, mileage was measured.
The historical mileage data for the HET tractors at NTC was 1 mpg to 2 mpg. Measured mileage in the test with GTA Fuel Enhancer (GTAT’s additive) was 2.49 mpg, an increase of at least 20%. The Army rates this vehicle at 1.5 mpg. We have a contact person at Radian Corporation for more details of this testing.