Diesel fuel is used for all kinds of industries, be it construction or transport, power generation or agriculture, drilling and exploration or refineries. Every mechanical body seems to be running with the power of petroleum. And this is one reason why Earth's atmosphere is no longer healthy and refreshing.
Although there is no way yet to fully control the usage of gasoline or to completely eliminate its existence there are some technologies that can effectively prevent major harm. This technology is known as additives and it's main role is to dilute petroleum. This reduces consumption rates while also improving its combustion, thus preventing dangerous emissions. If diesel fuel treatment is taken on a wide scale, the following industries may greatly benefit from it.
School Buses and other Vehicles
School buses are heavy vehicles that needs high amount of fuel and according to statistics these buses emit dangerous gases four times more than a car. The exhaust levels on school buses are 46% higher than levels deemed as threatening to human health. With the level of dangerous gases emitted by school buses, there is a very high chance for school going kids to develop cancer and other health problems. If gasoline used for these buses is treated, fuel consumption will be greatly reduced. If consumption is reduced, there will also be limited emission of dangerous gases in the air.
Agricultural yields have been reported to have diminished greatly due to excessive pollution. An estimated loss of nearly five hundred million has been reported in crop reproduction. In order to enhance crop production, it's important to reduce pollution levels and that is only possible if vehicles traveling around rural areas are treated with a fuel additive.
The transport industry uses the highest percentage of petroleum and therefore is the main cause of pollution and global warming. With millions of diesel powered vehicles running around, ions of dangerous gases are let out into the atmosphere creating global disasters. Applying diesel fuel treatment to transportation industries worldwide will drastically cut down in fuel expenditure, reducing dangerous smoke emission and lead to improved health. This is especially necessary for developing countries where pollution and gasoline induced health problems are a major issue.
Additives may not completely eliminate gas emissions but it does strive to reduce consumption rates considerably. Cutting down half the costs of consumption and improving combustion is one way we can use fossil fuels while still being able to protect planet Earth.
Diesel Fuel Treatment