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September 1st, 2004

EnerTeck Announces Order for EnerBurn

Abstract:
EnerTeck Corporation today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, EnerTeck Chemical Corp. has received an EnerBurn order of $95,700 from a long term customer in the trucking industry. EnerTeck's customer operates a fleet of over 600 trucks and has been using EnerBurn for approximately 3 years. As a result, the fleet has experienced a reduction in fuel consumption each year in excess of 10%. The value of the EnerBurn derived fuel savings equals approximately three times the cost of EnerBurn, which is the equivalent of a 300% return on investment.

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