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Car Fuel Combustion Activator

Recommended for all brands of cars (all types of fuel - gasoline, diesel fuel, gas).

The effect of the application is noticeable after the first 5-10 kilometers of the car.

Fuel Combustion Activator:

  • saves up to 20% of fuel (the price of fuel for you is also reduced to 20%)
  • increases engine power
  • reduces CO and smoke by 30-40% (warranty inspection)
  • reduces set-up time
  • increases engine life
  • with an activator, the motor runs quieter and softer
  • The activator consists of two halves fastened with screws

3 differences Activator fuel combustion:

  • this is the most effective of all such devices
  • unique layout of ferrite magnets
  • ease of operation and installation

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Activator Description

The fuel combustion activator consists of 20 magnets (magnetic fields of different directions, north-south is constantly changing). Mounted on the fuel hose of any car without a tie-in. Magnetic fields act on fuel molecules.

Fuel improves its structure, its quality. As a result, the level of combustion increases, and fuel is saved by 15-20 percent.

Fuel during engine operation does not completely burn out, its residues are thrown into the exhaust, they wear out the engine piston system faster, and the need for excess fuel increases.

Why is this happening?

Any fuel, regardless of where it is stored, is constantly exposed to temperature and humidity. As a result, it expands and contracts, and hydrocarbon molecules (the basis of any fuel) form molecular groups - “clumps of molecules” that do not completely burn in the engine. This applies to any type of fuel, including high-octane gasoline.

Activator solves these problems.

When the fuel passes through the zone of installation of the Activator, magnetic frequency resonance scatters the resulting "clumps" of individual molecules. Thus, oxygen molecules penetrate each fuel molecule, and the air-fuel mixture burns completely.

This results in lower fuel consumption and lower emissions.

The principle of the activator

Liquid fuel (gasoline, diesel fuel, fuel oil) is a mixture of various products of oil distillation (hydrocarbons). Each of the components of the fuel has its own chemical composition, its chemical and physical properties, its structure and size of the molecules. A distinctive feature of the substances that make up the fuel mixture is that their molecules are non-polar. That is, their molecules do not have a pronounced charge, neither positive nor negative. However, attraction between nonpolar molecules can occur. Electrons that are in constant motion may for a moment be concentrated on one side of the molecule, that is, a non-polar molecule (uncharged) becomes polar (charged). This causes a redistribution of charges in neighboring molecules and intermolecular bonds are established between them.

At a certain distance between the molecules, the forces of attraction and repulsion balance each other and a stable system is formed, consisting of a large number of different molecules (clusters) of the fuel mixture.

Simplified Cluster Model

Simplified Cluster Model

The activator is two rows of magnets. Opposite magnets in the rows are pairs with different poles: north-south (NS), and the polarity of the pairs of magnets varies. At the same time, the direction of the lines of force of the magnetic field created by the pairs of magnets also changes by 180 degrees.

This can be seen from the figure below:


Let us consider simplistically what happens to a single fuel molecule when passing through the magnetic fields of Activators.

As we said earlier, the fuel molecule itself is non-polar, that is, it has neither a positive nor a negative charge. The molecule contains a positively charged nucleus and electrons that are negatively charged and revolving around it along strictly defined paths (orbitals). The sum of the negative charges of the electrons is equal to the positive charge of the nucleus, so the molecule itself is neutral.

Now consider the behavior of an individual molecule during the passage of a fuel flow through the magnetic fields of the Activator


The electrons in the molecule are the most mobile parts of the molecule and clearly respond to the lines of force of the magnetic field. Once in the first field of the Activator, the electrons slightly change their trajectory in the direction of the north pole of the magnetic pair. When a molecule is transferred by a stream to a second field, the electrons again rush to the north pole of the magnetic pair. At the same time, the trajectory of their movement is more and more extended towards the north pole. When a molecule is transferred by a stream to the following magnetic fields, the trajectories (orbitals) of the electron motion are even longer and they are concentrated in the northern part of the molecule, and the positively charged nucleus shifts toward the southern part of the molecule. That is, partial polarization of the fuel molecule begins. One side of the molecule, facing north, due to the concentration of electrons there, begins to acquire a negative charge, and the other part of the molecule, facing the south pole, due to the displacement of a positively charged nucleus there, is a positive charge. Such a partially polarized molecule, when transferred by the flux to the next magnetic field, begins to oscillate itself.

At a certain moment, the complete polarization (charge) of the molecule is achieved when all the electrons are maximally distant from the center of the molecule toward the north, and the nucleus is maximally distant from the center of the molecule toward the south. Thus, it turns out that the side of the molecule facing north (N) is negatively charged, and the side facing south (S) is positive.

When a charged molecule is transferred by a stream to the next magnetic field of the Activator, in which the S and N poles are opposite, it is energetically disadvantageous for the molecule to transfer the electrons inside itself to the north and the nucleus to the south. Such a molecule leaves electrons and the nucleus in the same places, but it rotates 180 degrees so that the electrons are directed closer to the north, and the nucleus - to the south. When already in the next magnetic field, the molecule again sharply turns around 180 degrees, and this turn can occur both to the right and to the left.

We examined the behavior of an individual molecule located in a stream of fuel passing through the magnetic fields of the Activator.

We considered earlier that in real fuel, which you fuel your car, all fuel molecules are interconnected into large clusters (clusters).

Now imagine that all the molecules in the cluster behave as described above. That is, at the beginning they are gradually polarized (one side is negatively charged, and the other is positively charged). Then, as they move through the magnetic fields of the Activator, all the molecules in the cluster begin to oscillate. During these vibrations, the bonds between the molecules weaken or even break. When all the molecules in the cluster are completely polarized, they all begin to sharply rotate 180 degrees, falling into the next magnetic field of the Activator. As a result of these sharp vibrations of all the molecules in the cluster, the bonds between the molecules break and the fuel structure completely changes. If, before entering the Activator, fuel molecules, due to intermolecular bonds, formed large clusters (clusters), then after leaving the Activator’s magnetic fields, the fuel began to have a structure consisting of separate, unrelated molecules. That is, the fuel became as if it had just left the refinery.

Moreover, since during the passage of fuel molecules through the magnetic fields of the Activator, shifts of electrons and nuclei inside the molecule occur, as a result of this, the energy of bonds inside the molecule changes. They bend and partially even rupture. This releases a significant amount of energy when burning fuel.

Diagram of the breakdown of clusters into molecules

Diagram of the breakdown of clusters into molecules

To summarize the above, we briefly formulate the principle of action of the Activator:

  • 1. In any liquid fuel, all molecules have the ability to connect with each other, while forming a cluster (chain) of molecules - clusters.
  • 2. Passing along the activator’s magnetic fields, the fuel molecules polarize (they acquire a positive charge on the one hand and a negative charge on the other).
  • 3. Due to the displacement of electrons and the nucleus in the molecule, bending and partial breaking of bonds within the molecule occur, which makes it more reactive during combustion.
  • 4. Polarized (charged) molecules in the magnetic fields of the Activator make sharp fluctuations of 180 degrees. These vibrations break intermolecular bonds in a cluster of molecules (clusters). As a result of this, the fuel structure is a separate, unrelated molecule, which facilitates the access of oxygen molecules in the process of fuel combustion.

The reliability of all of the above you will determine in the first kilometers of your car.

Consider how all of the above will affect the operation of your car:

  • The burning of accumulations of fuel molecules (clusters) takes place along their outer surface, the molecules inside the cluster do not have time to completely burn out and are thrown into the exhaust.
  • The burning of each individual molecule takes place over its entire surface, and the burning area of ​​all individual molecules is larger than the burning area of ​​the same number of molecules, but connected to each other in a cluster. Thus, when burning the same amount of fuel, the volume of combustion products will be greater for that fuel structure, which consists of separate, unrelated molecules. This you will immediately notice. Your car will increase engine power, reduce the speed of climb.
  • The combustion of a cluster of fuel molecules occurs non-uniformly (with microexplosions), which causes engine noise. When burning fuel consisting of individual molecules, combustion occurs evenly, without microexplosions. You will notice this because the engine of your car will start to run quieter.
  • Combustion of fuel consisting of separate molecules will significantly reduce CO and CH in exhaust gases.

The activator of fuel combustion is installed on cars and trucks of all brands, tractors, boats, regardless of the type of fuel (gasoline, diesel fuel, gas.)

Complete set: one set of the Activator consists of two parts. In each part there are ferrite magnets located in a patented way. The device is shockproof, withstands the temperature regime from –40 to + 110.

The kit is designed for cars with fuel consumption of up to 12 liters per 100 km. Therefore, cars with high fuel consumption (13, 14, etc. liters per 100 km.) Must be installed one and a half or more sets.

Effect: fuel economy (in urban conditions from 10-15%, on the highway from 16-20%), a decrease in CO by 30-40%, an increase in engine power, the engine starts to run quieter.

Performance check: after 10km. driving a car with an activator installed, the driver by ear determines the reduction in engine noise, and feels the increase in car power.

Installation: two halves of each part are tightly applied on both sides to the fuel hose and connected with two screws. (The length of the screws ensures the installation of the Activator on a hose with a diameter of 6 mm. To 18 mm.). The gap between the halves is the norm.

Basic installation principle: The activator is installed on the fuel hose between the fuel tank and the engine in any convenient place (for fuel supply !!!). The main thing is that the fuel, before entering the engine, passes through the magnetic fields of the Activator.

Limitations !!! Never place the Activator on a steel surface (steel fuel hose, steel braid). If the protective hose is put on the fuel hose, it must be removed before installation.

When determining fuel economy, the driver must remember that external conditions affect fuel consumption. For example, fuel consumption increases with minus weather, snowfall, on impassable roads, etc. In positive weather, rain, etc. fuel consumption decreases.