Anza Energy is the exclusive owner of a patented technology that reduces air emissions from combustion engines, while improving fuel economy and engine performance. The technology is housed in a small chamber with one inlet and one outlet that is fitted to the air intake of any naturally aspirated internal combustion engine, including diesel or gasoline engines. The technology is scalable to all engine sizes, and is cost-effective to produce because the technology makes use of specially-coated surfaces that react when charged with direct current from a vehicle battery. No moving parts are required.
The process employed by this technology synergistically combines five chemical and physical processes, thereby changing the nature of air being drawn into the combustion chamber of an engine and preventing emissions.
- To modify all combustion engines
- To eliminate particular matter
- To reduce emission
- Enhance fuel efficiency
We are a California-based startup developing and implementing cutting-edge technology for emission-free combustion engines. Working in partnership with German engineers, our technology will be brought to market in 2016.
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