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October 4th, 2005
The current fuel crisis has focussed many companies on ways to reduce their high fuel bills. Oxonica, a leading European nanotechnology company, spun-out of the University of Oxford, has developed Envirox™ Fuel Borne Catalyst, a commercially available product for the automotive industry and in particular heavy duty vehicles.
Envirox™ reduces fuel consumption in diesel engines, offering savings of 5-10% depending on the application and also reduces harmful particulate emissions by up to 15%.
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