When two or more materials move in close proximity to the other(s), electrostatic or electromagnetic fields are created. This can be easily demonstrated by quickly running an inflated balloon near a wall - electrostatic force is created, and the balloon sticks to the wall due to friction and resistance
In engines, the electromagnetic fields created by the moving parts produce resistance that causes an inefficient airstream and fuel flow. These electron-charged fields also contribute to the formation of “large molecule clusters” in the fuel, which are more difficult to break down during combustion. All of this leads to an inefficient combustion, which in turn results in less-than-optimal engine performance, higher fuel consumption and more harmful emissions
Snipptec has developed a proprietary technology that acts to absorb, and therefore minimize, unwanted electromagnetic fields at the (i) air intake of an engine’s combustion chamber, (ii) the fuel line and (iii) the battery.
By absorbing the electromagnetic fields around the engine, the Snipptec system optimizes the combustion – causing the engine to perform better, burn less fuel and enjoy a longer life, with reduced maintenance costs and emissions.
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I have known this system practically since its inception and was immediately impressed. Snipptec has convinced me with their performance. We have equipped our entire fleet and are completely satisfied with Snipptec.
Christoph Hackländer, Owner of HaRO Anlagentechnik Gmbh in Rüthen
Our first contact with this system came through the company Verpa for whom I was supposed to test a new fuel savings system. During this test I was able to measure a distinct change in the torque buildup of the test truck. I, as a driver coach, was able to save 1.5L/100km. The long term results of this system are outstanding.
Hubertus Lodes, Fleet Manager, Ebersdorf
The board computers across our fleet were able to measure fuel savings of 8%. Given this result, we now feel comfortable recommending the Snipptec system to our customers.
Rainer Kötter, Head of Customer Service – Mercedes-Benz