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‘Clean Power’ a new energy saving device for vehicles

‘Clean Power’, a new energy saving device for motor vehicles made out of ceramic with advanced technology by Dae Seung Tech, Co. Ltd, Korea, has been introduced to Sri Lanka for the first time, Shantha Wijesinghe, Sales Manager of S.S. Impex (Pvt) Ltd, the local agent of the Korean company, said.
In a press release, he said the unique energy saver ceramic filter, releases light - heat energy waves fully resolving the finer fuel particles and activating the sympathetic vibration and resonance, resulting in complete fuel combustion with this eco-friendly energy saving device.

Dae Seung Tech Co. Ltd, in Korea invented the unique ceramic filter that has been manufactured after two decades of research and development. The ceramic balls inside the filter are compounded with Nitrite, Oxide, Carbide, and other 20 chemicals radiating light -heat energy waves extracted from a silicate and heated over 1,000 degrees Celsius.The specially alloyed aluminum body of Clean Power is light and solid, he added .

The ceramic filter heated by 1,000 degrees Celsius activates more light - heat energy waves with age and saves fuel energy over any other magnetic fuel saving device. The horse power of the engine is increased up to 30 % with Clean Power, resulting in a 10% energy saving efficiency and leads to 10 % fuel saving effect. Clean Power reduces toxic exhaust gases reducing automobile emissions of Carbon Monoxide and Hydrocabon up to 60 %, while reducing noise and vibration, he said.

The use of Clean Power extends the engine oil change interval as the complete combustion prevents automobile engines from accumulating carbon and enables engine oil to be used for twice as long than before.

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