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With the price of fuel a hot topic - and rising - UK consumers can immediately cut their consumption by up to 11% using new revolutionary nanotechnology products.

Nanotechnology is hardly known or understood in the wider world, but Merrill Lynch has identified it as the next major global growth engine after the automobile and PC. It is the science of manipulating materials at atomic and molecular level.

Up to 11% Fuel Cost Cut Available to UK Motorists Immediately

London, UK | Posted on March 3rd, 2011

However, it is now entering the mainstream and products are moving off the research laboratory bench into the consumer market. Even Woman's Hour recently had a report on this emerging science - so it really has arrived.

NanoLand Global has launched their amazing fuel savings products now in the UK.

"When we recruited our own finance director, he would not join the company until he had tried and tested the product for himself" says Dermott Reilly, CEO. "He achieved 8% fuel saving immediately and then it crept on up to 11%. He was convinced and joined us!"

It is good for the environment too. CO2 emissions fall in the same proportion to fuel consumption, and in the case of diesel engines, tests by the University of Frankfurt's Applied Sciences department found a 60.3% reduction in carbon particle emissions. With London facing a €300 million fine from Brussels for failing the clean air targets, politicians need to sit up and take note. Imagine the improvement one could make if just the taxis and buses alone used these products right away.

NanoLand Global's product is NOT an oil additive which changes the property of the lubricant. Those additives have been around for years, yet some of them clog up the engine's pipes over time and the way a vehicle is driven often makes more difference than the additive can.

NanoLand Global's product is carried by the engine oil to the metal surfaces, where as heat builds, it adheres to the surface, creating a ‘glacial' interface reducing friction - thereby improving engine efficiency and cutting fuel consumption. NanoLand Global's product only needs to be applied once every two years.

"What company fleet operator, including the government with thousands of vehicles on the road, would not want to take advantage of this technology right away to achieve cost savings?" asks Reilly. The great news is that it is available to private motorists too and the products are tailored for motorbikes, cars, vans, lorries and buses and for the average motorist, the payback is within the year. For fleet operators buying in bulk and with higher mileages, the payback is much faster.

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