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Sunday, October 7, 2007

Dipetane - One solution for the looming oil crisis

If you have read David Strahan's book called the last oil shock, you will be amazed at what is happening under our noses. This involves governments, oil companies and a whole shebang of other corrupt or uninformed institutions. When the oil finally runs out, and it will, what part will you have played in the grand scheme of things. Dipetane gives you a solution which will allow you to at least answer the question posed above with some degree of satisfaction, knowing that you played a small but important part in making sure that our oil reserves are preserved that much longer.

Here is what dipetane is all about.

Quick Reference of Dipetane Benefits






Burn Your Way to More Miles

At the heart of Dipetane's ability to increase fuel economy 10% to 15% is its more efficient and complete fuel burn. The result is increased energy release and a longer, more powerful expansion in the combustion chamber.

In the combustion process, most of the fuel is burned. Any unburned residual needs to be exhausted or “washed out”, which is presently accomplished with detergents, or in the case of severe clogging, through the use of injector cleaners. However, these solutions are miles behind the effectiveness of Dipetane.
Dipetane's Unique Approach : Simply Better

Dipetane takes a unique approach. When mixed into gasoline, diesels and heavier fuel oils, Dipetane actually causes much more of the fuel to be burned. By burning more fuel, more energy is released therefore reducing the amount of fuel required to perform the same amount of work. In addition, fewer emissions are left un-combusted and fewer contaminants work their way into the oil.

Dipetane burns so much of the fuel that instead of adding carbon deposits (primarily unburned asphaltine molecules) to the surfaces of the combustion chamber, deposits are radically reduced. The combustion process is comprised of severe changes in heat and pressure. These changes actually buffet the existing carbon deposits and as they lose adhesion, they are gradually eroded away. Absent of the deposits, more oxygen is freed up for the combustion process and heat is reduced. At this stage, not only is your engine is cleaner, you're traveling farther and extending the life of your vehicle. The removal of Combustion Chamber Deposits (CCD's) makes Dipetane different from many other products.

After the combustion chamber is cleaned up, increased power and more efficient use of fuel reduces the amount of fuel required to perform the same amount of work. The incredible result is better fuel economy!

If you are interested in purchasing dipetane in South Africa and becoming part of the solution to this looming oil crisis, then please feel free to contact John k Weber

John K Weber is currently affiliated to Captain John Newman, the licensed distributor of Dipetane in Southern Africa.

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