The following are a series of questions and answers that will provide you with a better understanding of how RxP works and its benefits.
Well in early 1974, to do more research into the area of changing the flame temperature, we hired Stuart Laboratories in Knoxville, Tennessee, then headed by Dr. Stuart, a chief scientist. Dr. Stuart was assisted by Dr. A. Yokum formally associated with the Oak Ridge Laboratories in the United States atomic energy program. After several months of intense study the scientist found that this new blend could increase temperatures in such as way as to make it transfer into metals more efficiently.
We experimented with blended different hydrocarbons to change a flame’s radiance so that energy could be transferred into different materials, depending on molecular structure. This research lead to the technology which Flamex patented. The technology was so intriguing that I decided in 1974 to seek federal funding, which would have allowed me to speed up the research. I personally took Dr. Yokum and Professor Tiffin (a professor of metallurgy at the University of Florida) to Washington, D.C. to make a presentation to the members of the Science Academy. The Academy personnel were extremely interested in this new technology. However, when they informed me that I would have to give up all proprietary rights in order to receive funding from the federal government, I decided not to use funds provided through the Academy and to pursue the research independently.
Dr. Schneider says the reduction of radiant heat plays a large roll in the success of RxP.
In 1985 I went to Dr. Schneider who was a professor of nuclear engineering at the University of Florida, who now has a laboratory in Alachua, Florida. He has done a considerable amount of research on the product over the years and now agrees that my suppositions and findings are true. We are changing the combustion process and releasing more energy.
With Dr. Schneider we had an independent test run by Orlando Laboratories in Orlando, Florida, showing that in kerosene, with the proper blend, in three of fifteen tests we were releasing as much as 18% more energy in BTU’s than listed catalog value for kerosene. More research will be required to fully explain the results of these tests.
I then decided the best application was to use the product in an internal combustion engine. In answer to your earlier question, this is actually when I decided to develop RxP. It took about six years to learn that it could be done and several more to perfect it.
A laboratory test is totally something different. State mandated emissions tests are simple in comparison.
In 1985, when I decided I would start utilizing my product in vehicles, after learning that I was getting extra performance, I decided to contact the EPA and have my own test verified using their testing methods. Testing is an ongoing proposition.
I called the EPA and received a list of laboratories, nine in all, that could make the test. I selected EG&G Laboratories of San Antonio, Texas. They ran a type of test to conclude whether the product was really reducing pollution, thus enhancing performance, or whether it had an effect on the engine at all.
The results stand on their own. These tests showed very remarkable reductions in pollution. To summarize the EG&G lab test we showed reductions as high as 37.1% in CO, 22.9% in HC, and 28.9% in NOx. To my knowledge no vehicle additive has ever accomplished this marked reduction in NOx.
Yes, but I decided to go further. Automotive Testing Laboratories in East Liberty, Ohio, another EPA approved testing laboratory, conducted the next tests in 1988.
We tested two vehicles, one a 1986 Ford Escort and the other a 1985 Olds Cutlass. These vehicles had totally different exhaust problems and although picked at random they were chosen partly because of these varying problems. The Ford was emitting far in excess of the minimum standards for pollution while the Olds was well within the standards. So the tests were needed in order to find out how these two vehicles would compare. They were conducted under the guidelines of the 511 Test Procedure, recommended by the federal government.
The test at Automotive Testing Labs also gave a great deal of evidence that RxP does reduce automobile emissions. On the vehicle that was meeting EPA requirements we had very minor reductions, although we did have some notable reduction in other areas. We picked up a little carbon monoxide emissions when the engines got a little hotter, which is normal for RxP since we were cleaning out the system, so the average was not quite as low as it would have been if the cars had gone through a test run again some minutes later. Preferably, after these automobiles had operated for a day or two on the product. As you will note these test were run immediately after the RxP was added to the fuel system. We were not aware at the time of how rapidly we started to clean out the engine until we analyzed earlier test done at the Hillsborough EPC. It was then we saw how the product cleaned the carbon out of the engine.
Anyhow, on the Ford, which far exceeded the allowable limits of emissions, we brought the vehicle into total compliance, not only for today’s standards, but for the future standards also. So the test was a total success and demonstrated how well the product actually reduces pollution, particularly on cars that fall outside the category where the pollution controls are failing. I might add this test is required by all fifty state attorney generals to make claims of emissions reductions.
Would you say this product is for people wanting better gas mileage, better performance, or to reduce emissions?
First, the easiest way to demonstrate more power is to put some RxP in your tank, run the engine for a few minutes (best results are achieved after twenty minutes) then conduct your own test. We stand behind the product 100%. If you don’t actually feel the increase then just send the product back and we will gladly refund your money. I can’t tell you how many people have called us to say, “hey, this stuff really works!”
As I said before, the amount of increase depends on the engine being treated, but it doesn’t take a master mechanic to determine the car has more power. The best judge of that is the person who drives it every day.
A simple emissions test will show what we can do to automobile emissions. Emissions are generated during the burn of the fuel. We literally change the characteristics of the fuel consumption or burn and thus can be more exact in our test and claims.
Based on our scientific test, RxP will reduce carbon monoxide emissions by as much as 70%. Again, the more efficient the automobile the less the results that can be expected. A new car, with all systems at 100%, will emit less pollution than a car that is two years old with those same systems working at 90 or 95%.
We all read the articles about pollution and I feel most people would really like to contribute something in order to bring our ecology back to a more pristine condition. Twenty-five years ago I started working on products that eventually lead me to RxP . While doing so I became concerned about the global ecology. And, although I was told over and over that my products couldn’t really do anything, I proved they can. It can be done. We can make a difference and we all have something to contribute.
RxP will change the environment for the betterment of all living creatures. I want to see this product in every automobile in the world. I’ve given people a reason to use RxP, it cleans up an engine, it saves fuel and gives a vehicle more power. In the mean time it drastically reduces pollution. So you see I have a very selfish reason to get RxP out into the market. Every time someone puts RxP in their gas tank they make the vehicle emit less pollution, which makes the air we breathe just a little cleaner.
I’ve had a good life. I guess you could say that RxP is my way of saying thanks, here is a little something I’m going to leave for everyone. I hope this makes your life a little better.