In the last three years, The company MAGIGAS has been in Italy – and probably in Europe – more active in the studies of fuels based on bio-ethanol in pushing forward the research and making a series of incredibly high-performance products with which it was given life in leagues and trophies car.
It is from this experience on race, from research and application of these years has resulted in a new additive, absolutely revolutionary, capable, in a few days after its submission, to be talked about the media, local governments and all public opinion for the incredible potential that has already shown in pollution of our cities.
D7 (this is the name of the new product developed in the laboratory R&D Magigas) takes its origins and its strength from Bioethanol. Mixed with normal diesel fuel, gives new life to old diesel engines bring down a large part of all pollutants.
Finally convinced by the results obtained in bench tests held at the Research Center of the European Commission JRC Ispra (Go), the Region Veneto, with a press conference on 4 February this year., announced funding for a trial on the field named CLEAN VENICE which has as its main objective, precisely through the use of D7 on the entire fleet of vehicles operating at ACTV Venice Lido and dedicated to public transport (road), the destruction of the atmosphere fine (the so-called PM10) but also carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides and unburned hydrocarbons.
“On the occasion of the tests carried out at the JRC” – said during the press conference the commissioner to the policies of the mobility of Veneto Renato Chisso – there was a reduction in particulate emissions of between 21 and 69 percent. This means that the specific release of a bus engine equipped with Euro 2 circulating in the urban area, charge equal to an average emission of PM10 0,55 grams per kilometer, could be reduced to 0,18 gr / Km, with an objective to benefit the environment “.
The duration of the trial in Lido di Venezia, will cover a period which will have significant climate change and for this reason even more valid from a scientific point of view. The emission controls will be performed with mobile equipment that will be placed on the media themselves, to allow continuous monitoring in all operating situations. The phase “zero” will trip 22 February next. Buses, in fact, will be fed (and measured) in a first preliminary phase lasting a few days with a standard commercial diesel and, for the six months (March-August), with diesel fuel mixed with D7. The wait more, as has been said, is to reduce PM10, but the use of the additive will Magigas (data in our possession comfort us well) a significant decrease in carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides and unburned hydrocarbons.
Magigas D7 is a product that promises to be a significant contribution to improving the air we breathe. “Off with your head, via the tail, is just the heart …. “So read the old spot a grappa. Magigas sought and got his “head” and “tail”, last scraps of a process, and has transformed itself into a real hope for the future of our environment.