Pure Combustion Device PCD - RRP £250.00
Can be Used on Petrol and Diesel Vehicles to Lower EmissionsQuantoGram® PCD reduces exhaust emissions, it does this by preharmonizing the proteins in 78 chemicals found in the unleaded fuel emissions. When the PCD is placed near the fuel tank it creates a frequency field to pre-treat the fuel. This treatments neutralizes trace toxin molecules. The emissions produced by treated fuels are reduced to practically zero and include: Sulphur Oxides (SOx), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2).
n be Used to Improve Fuel Consumption and Overall Car PerformanceThe toxins having been rendered inert by this fuel treatment allow for cleaner fuel to run through the engine and car and improves fuel efficiency, as well as improving, acceleration, horsepower and torque, and can also reduce engine vibration.
Simple to InstallThe PCD device comes on a small card the size and shape of a credit card. It needs to be placed as close to the fuel take as possible either by putting it in the boot or under the back seat. Once placed there is nothing more to do and no need for any future maintenance. Just sit back, drive and watch the results. It is easily transferable between vehicles.
Simple to TestThe PCD instructions show a simple test (before you introduce the vehicle to the PCD) of driving a set distance, measuring the fuel used and then inserting the PCD under the back seat (or on top of the fuel tank, whichever is closest) and repeating the same drive and again measuring the fuel used. Done correctly this always shows at least 17% saving. By improving the combustion of the fuel this is also saving on emissions.
Our Pure Combustion Device reduces exhaust emissions, improve fuel efficiency and improves engine power by pre-harmonizing the protons in 78 chemicals found in unleaded fuel emissions.
When placed near or on the fuel tank, the device creates a frequency field to pre-treat the fuel. During the pre-treatment of fuel, trace toxin molecules are neutralized. When the pre-treated fuel reaches the engine cylinders combined with air, the combustion process is more complete resulting in reduced emissions.
The toxins, having been rendered inert by this fuel treatment, reduce emissions as well as improving fuel efficiency.
The average increase in fuel economy for petrol engines is 5% - 25% and 5% - 40% for diesel engines.
The emissions produced by treated fuels are reduced to practically zero and included: Sulphur Oxides (SOx), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2).
These commonly known toxins have, for decades, been proven to cause serious threats to our health and environment.
And extra benefit is the engine runs much smoother.