The Rentar Fuel Catalyst is Government Verified To Reduce Fuel Cost, Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Reduce Particulate Matter, Reduce NOx, Reduce CO2, Reduce CO,  Reduce Hydrocarbons, Reduce Volatile Organics, Reduce Diesel Exhaust Pollution, Reduce Black Smoke and Reduce Soot. Pays For Itself in 3 to 12 Months in Fuel Savings.

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    OVER THE PAST 12 YEARS, TENS OF THOUSANDS OF RENTAR FUEL CATALYST'S

                HAVE BEEN REDUCING FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CARBON EMISSIONS FOR FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES,

                            SMALL BUSINESSES AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WHILE SAVING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN FUEL COSTS.

 

 

Independently Verified To:

Reduce Engine Fuel Consumption 2% to 12%*

Reduce Furnace Fuel Consumption 7% to 30%*
Reduce Particulate Matter Pollution (PM) Up to 20%*
Reduce Green House Gases Up to 19.2%* (NOx)

Reduce Opacity (Black Smoke) Up to 44.8%*

Reduce Organic and Elemental Carbon Up to 35%*
Reduce Engine Maintenance and Extend Engine Life
    *Results vary with different applications, fuels and conditions.

 

Independently Verified To Work By:   

U.S. Army's Aberdeen Proving Ground 
Virginia Tech University

Southwest Research Institute

Toyota Car Carrier Fleet

DHL/Exel  TMC-SAE TYPE IV Test

DHL/Exel Before/After Test

13 Mode Engine Tests

NYC Bus Cycle, HDDS-HD and Steady  State 
U.S. Marine Corps / Camp Pendleton
U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center
Italy's Ministry of Defense
Venezuela's Ministry of Environment
Chesapeake Bay Foundation - in
BOATING MAGAZINE
California Air Resource Board Executive Order

   

 

27 U.S. and International Patents

Rentar is the SOLE SOURCE of the proven Rentar Fuel Catalyst Technology.  Contains proprietary patented combination of Rare Earth Elements and Metals.

 

The only government verified fuel catalyst proven to be effective.  The only fuel catalyst to be in service world-wide by major industrial  companies.

     

 

Guaranteed to return cost in 3 to 12 months.  Manufactured in the U.S.

 

 

IMITATORS do not have successful testing by EPA or CARB recognized laboratories,

                      no multiple patents, no major customers and

                      do not use expensive and effective rare earth elements.

      ASK QUESTIONS: Who is using their catalyst.  How many of their catalyst are in use. 

                      How long have they been offering their catalysts.

 

Established Customer Base 

State Of Delaware
City of New York
CEMEX
Toyota Motor Cars California Car Carrier Fleet

Covanta Energy (NYSE)
Monterey Mines (an Exxon Mobile Company)

Rogers Group Mines
Other Fortune 500 Companies

 

 

Warranty - 10 Years, 2 Million Miles

or 100,000 Hours *

            * Which ever comes first

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

 

"Your demonstration was observed by a technical team composed of engineers, logisticians, user representatives, test representatives, and subject matter experts.  A technology of the type of war fighting capability you demonstrated was viewed as having High Potential Military Utility in the near term.

 

                                      WashingtonDC          

U.S. Congress Referred To The Rentar Fuel Catalyst In

              "The National Defense Authorization Act"

 

"The committee urges the Secretary of Defense to take immediate

steps for the application of this new technology as soon as practicable"

 


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Results vary based with the applications, type of engine and type of fuel utilize. Last modified: 03/09/12