TEMPE, Ariz., Dec. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — In early October, Green Planet Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GNPG) announced the fantastic outcomes of dynamometer testing of its AAQIS On-Reason Hydrogen Generator as soon as applied to a gasoline-fueled 350 cubic inch V-8 engine. In that phase of testing, the AAQIS generator made a 40% improvement in fuel efficiency and a reduction in exhaust emissions to quite nearly zero. These outcomes vastly exceeded projections by the Green Planet AAQIS engineering group and encouraged accelerated testing of the device on a diesel engine.
The AAQIS revolutionary technology utilizes the electricity generated by a vehicle’s engine to break down water in to its base elements, two sections hydrogen and one section oxygen. This “HHO” gas is after that fed in to the engine’s air consumption and mixed along with fuel resulting in improved mileage and reasonable emissions.
Earlier this month, Green Planet management and engineers returned to Klein Engines of Phoenix, Arizona for further HHO Generator testing on King Dyno’s SF-902 dynamometer. In this round of testing the Green Planet Group engineering group utilized a Chevrolet V-8 Turbo Diesel 6.5 liter engine. As in the earlier gasoline engine tests, data was collected through a Windyn computer interface software program, recording accurate data spreadsheets and graphs, and monitoring various temperatures, pressures and flows while the group kept a close examine on the engine performance, fuel consumption and emissions throughout each run.
Test outcomes on the a lot larger bore diesel engine proved the validity and value of the AAQIS HHO Generator, developing a reduction in fuel consumption of 28% and a reduction of emissions, as measured by a Wager Opacity Meter, of 60%. Green Planet Group CEO Ed Lonergan noted, “This is early stage testing on the diesel engine and we are already strongly encouraged by these incredible results. Despite the fact that it is early in our testing program, we can easily already prove the cost/incentive value of our generator for operators of heavy equipment, buses, farm equipment and trucks. Our group of engineers and consultants is great tuning the generator/engine interface through programming of the onboard computer engine management system. As terrific as our test outcomes have actually been so far, we believe we can easily do even better.”
The AAQIS subsidiary is on target for the completion of 5 preproduction prototypes by January 15, 2015. It is anticipated that over-the-road testing of the HHO Generator will certainly start in the very first quarter of 2015. Lonergan concluded, “along with this testing we are proving the old saying that Much less is More. Tests were being conducted all over Arizona; Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and other outlying points. Even Paradise Valley saw some attention as can be seen on this website: http://www.paradisevalleycom.com. Think of this – In September of this year the U.S. used over 6 billion gallons of diesel fuel. along with the 28% reduction in fuel consumption our AAQIS HHO Generator delivers that number would certainly have actually been reasonable by A lot more compared to 1.7 billion gallons, saving Americans over $5.95 billion in one month. By burning Much less fuel and developing Much less polluting exhaust, our AAQIS HHO Generator will certainly deliver A lot more savings and value to our customers and do A lot more to reduce ozone-eating, lung-clogging hydrocarbon and particulate emissions.”
About Green Planet Group, Inc.
The Company is comprised of four wholly-owned subsidiaries: one operating company and three development companies. XenTx Lubricants, Inc. produces lubricants and additives for gasoline and diesel engines. AAQIS, Inc. is creating a hydrogen generator which greatly reduces hydrocarbon emissions while enhancing fuel efficiency in internal combustion engines. Green Mining Technologies, Inc. is creating green technologies for the mining of precious metals. The Company’s Healing the Earth subsidiary is creating a Brand-new Fast Track™ growing system capable of growing vast quantities of fresh, organic food.
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