The core technology of X Thruster lies in its unique catalyst, commonly known as X catalyst. This catalyst is composed of various nanoscale oxides, with an approximate molecular size of 20 nanometers.
The main function of this technology is to enhance hydrogen cracking during the engine’s combustion process, promoting the oxidation reaction between hydrogen and oxygen in the fuel. Surprisingly, only a minute amount of catalyst, equivalent to one part per ten thousand of the fuel, is needed to significantly improve fuel combustion efficiency.
In addition, the X catalyst also helps to remove carbon deposits accumulated in the engine, causing them to gradually fall off, thus extending the engine’s lifespan. This means that besides improving combustion efficiency, it can also address various issues caused by carbon buildup in the engine.
It is worth noting that the catalyst is a consumable component in the X propulsion system. Its consumption rate may vary depending on different engine types and displacements. To ensure that the propulsion system continues to operate at its best, users must regularly check the remaining amount of the catalyst and add new catalyst as necessary.
In general, after consuming 1000 liters of gasoline or 2000 liters of diesel, you will need to add 100 milliliters of X catalyst. However, the specific consumption rate may still vary depending on the individual engine conditions.
Optical frequency: v
Electric hole: h+
Oxidation potential: 1.23V
XO2+hv → h++e–
e– + O2 → .O2–
.O2–+H+ → HO2. (This is the intermediate of the reaction)
h++H2O → .OH+H+
h+ → h+trap
In the aforementioned processes, “electrons (e-)” and “holes (h+)” play crucial roles in both electrochemistry and physical chemistry. These charged particles participate in various chemical and electrochemical processes, thereby influencing the overall reaction efficiency and outcomes.
X Catalyst 100 ml
Pipe repair kit
X Catalyst Compliant with EU Directive on Restriction of Hazardous Substances.