Fuel Conditioner test procedure followed was SAE 11321 Joint TMC/SAE Fuel ConsumptionTest Procedure Type II. This recommended practice provides a standard test procedure for comparing the in-service fuel consumption of one or more vehicles operating under twoconditions. An unchanging control vehicle is run in tandem with the test vehicle(s) to providereference fuel consumption data. The result of a test using this procedure is the percentagedifference in fuel consumption of one vehicle in two different test conditions.
In the SAE specified road test conditions Bi-Tron Fuel Conditioner delivered savings that notonly recovered the cost of the product at RETAIL price but delivered net positive savings up todouble the cost of the product! Even with the fantastic test results Natureline, as well as our members, cannot guaranteespecific percentage savings as each application is different. Everything from fuel type, enginesize, tire pressure to operator driving style makes a difference in the end result. However,you can guarantee net savings for your customers or their money back, NO QUESTIONSASKED. Simply inform the interested person that the Bi-Tron product is successfully labtested according to SAE test specification and discuss their goals to design a test for their particular application.
Further treating the engine oil and transmission fluid with Bi-Tron Engine Treatment and Bi-Tron Powertrain Formulationrespectively will deliver amazing results in any application.
The Right Timing - Fuel Prices Rising
A new United States based report on gas, diesel, and oil prices from Wright Express (WEX)says gas and diesel prices are likely to keep climbing during the next couple of months. Retailgasoline will sell between $3.50 and $3.75 per gallon by mid-March. The national average iscurrently $3.48 for retail gasoline. The company expects diesel prices at the pump to getclose to $4 per gallon before the end of February.The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Short Term Outlook agrees with WEX’s report,saying it expects regular-grade retail gasoline prices will average $3.55 per gallon in 2012.Price data from recent options and futures indicate a 25% chance the U.S. average pumpprice of regular gasoline could exceed $4 in June, according to EIA.
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