The European Union is discussing a possible ban on the sale of gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035. Do you think that internal combustion engines will become outdated soon?
As an automotive research and development engineer, do you feel that emissions regulations are causing difficulties and increasing costs in your research and development efforts?
Have you tried various technologies but still find it challenging to solve the emission problems?
When Porsche is developing synthetic fuels, do you believe that electric vehicles are not the only solution, and that internal combustion engines still hold value?
The future of internal combustion engines should not be determined solely by investors or politicians.
The technology of internal combustion engines seems to have reached its limits, but many car manufacturers are still seeking breakthroughs, such as Porsche’s clean fuel research. Since the engine technology has matured, improving fuels becomes a viable approach to address emissions, especially under the current strict environmental standards.
The operation of an internal combustion engine relies on fuel, air, and ignition. Changing the way air enters the engine, such as using forced induction, can affect its performance. XThruster® advocates optimizing the quality of the air, especially given that oxygen constitutes only 21% of the air, which presents a challenge. Considering the trace amounts of water vapor in the air and fuel, which consists of hydrogen and oxygen, they can aid in the combustion process. Our goal is to efficiently utilize these water vapors during engine operation to enhance combustion efficiency.
The XThruster® X Thruster is designed to improve the initial combustion phase of internal combustion engines to increase efficiency and reduce emissions. This device can extract additional hydrogen and oxygen from the trace amounts of water vapor in the air and fuel, enhancing combustion efficiency, thus improving engine performance and reducing emissions. In simple terms, when the fuel burns more completely, engine efficiency increases, and pollution decreases. Additionally, experienced drivers know that engine performance is better when the air humidity increases, such as during rain or foggy conditions.
XThruster® utilizes nanooxidation technology to enhance the utilization of hydrogen and oxygen in the intake, breaking the conventional constraints of internal combustion engines.
Our device can provide assistance to various car manufacturers and help them reduce their costs on vehicle emissions control.
We provide a solution to the “carbon buildup” problem for vehicle maintenance shops, enabling you to better meet customer needs.
If you are a performance tuner, our device can bring better results for your tuning projects.
For transportation companies, our device can help you improve the fuel efficiency of your fleet, reduce fuel consumption, and maintenance costs.
We offer aftermarket retrofit kits that have received consistent positive feedback from our customers.
Now, we also offer customized components, including the design of the system device and catalyst consumption rate, to meet specific market categories or vehicle installation configurations, providing tailored solutions.
XThruster® offers the best solution to unleash the full potential of your fuel engine while achieving clean emissions. If you have any customization needs, we look forward to discussing with you further.