ECO Fuel Systems, LLC is Expanding

Transportation companies have been complaining and demanding a working solution. Diesel engine owners/operators desperately looking to reduce Diesel Regen cycles to maintain profitability & keep their vehicles on the road.


PRLog - June 9, 2015 - FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Since the addition of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) in 2007 to help reduce pollution it has caused increased maintenance and down time affection profitability. In response to the need and public outcry starting June 2015, the ECOFuelMaximizer inline fuel enhancer has expanded its operations from primarily servicing School Boards and Government agencies to the private transportation and businesses sector, starting in New York. Almost immediately several New York, New Jersey and Connecticut transportation companies have signed on to test and install the ECO solution. to help their fleet to help reduce their REGEN Cycles/DPF maintenance (40% to 70%+), Carbon Pollution and Fuel Consumption (+/- 10%).

Over 150 million Americans live in areas that don't meet Federal Air Quality Standards. The question is: why won't a company, government or individuals spend a few hundred dollars one time on a proven and Guaranteed solution to save thousands of dollars per year while helping to reduce maintenance, pollution and fuel consumption? It is time for Trucking, Transportation and Diesel engine owners to act; cancer and severe breathing disorders attributed to carbon pollution are continually increasing.

The ECOFuelMaximizer is a patented and proven low cost, in-line fuel enhancer/vaporizer like no other, it requires No Chemicals or Maintenance. The manufacture is so confident it offers a 90 Day No Risk Money Back Guaranty. In a recent independent report the ECOFuelMaximizer's results exceeded expectations. It reduced Carbon Emissions - Diesel Regeneration Cycles 72% and reduced Fuel Consumption 13%. The reduction of (DPF) maintenance can save a diesel engine owner thousands of dollars a year and can help keep a vehicle on the road, not in the shop. The fuel savings in most cases pays for the ECO unit before the 90 Day No Risk Guaranty.

This Guaranteed after market solution is not new, for 14 years the ECO has been successfully installed on over 38,000 School Buses, Fire Engines, EMS, Trucks, Cars and Marine engines. For a few hundred dollars ($270-$450) the ECOFuelMaximizer is the only American Made aftermarket patented and proven product guaranteed to work that will not affect an engines warranty. It can last 40 years, No Chemicals or Maintenance, Gas or Diesel install it and forget about it. ECO Fuel Systems, LLC and its associates have been at the forefront of developing and promoting the best Carbon Pollution and Fuel saving solutions available. For more information go online, email or call for the latest updates.


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Diesel Regeneration Cycles – ECO Fuel Systems, LLC

Since 2007 Diesel Engine manufacturers have installed Diesel Particulate filters on
Diesel engines to reduce Carbon Pollution. The addition of the DPF filter has fleet
managers very upset.


PRLog - April 9, 2015 - NEW YORK -- Diesel Particulate filters also know as a DPF filter can get
clogged resulting in extra maintenance and down time for diesel owners. Vehicles with diesel
engines that idle or do a lot of stop and go driving are a cause of increased regeneration
cycles that creates soot from un-burnt fuel. The soot created is trapped by an engine’s DPF.

When a Diesel Particulate filter gets clogged it will reduce efficiency in fuel consumption and
power, ultimately causing an engine to stop running. Down time and the cost of a replacement DPF
filter can be very expensive. The average cost of a replacement DPF filter is $3,000.00.

A product that has been tested and proven to help reduce regeneration cycles is the ECO Fuel
Maximizer. It has been in use for over 10 years in over 200 School Districts, Government-Police
Vehicles, Trucks, EMS and Marine. It is a low cost easy to install in-line fuel enhancer that
requires no chemicals or maintenance; it will not affect any warranty.

Originally designed to reduce fuel consumption, it has been tested and proven to reduce REGEN
cycles 73% and fuel consumption 13%. A cleaner burning fuel will reduce a diesel engines need
for DPF maintenance.

The’s team, have been leaders in reducing carbon emissions and fuel consumption
since 1999. For more information call or Email for updates.

ECO Fuel Systems, LLC
(866) 374-0002

Eco Fuel Systems Shares - What Fleet Managers Need To Know About Diesel Particulate Filters

 Diesel engines built Jan. 1, 2007 and thereafter are required to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) particulate matter (PM) emissions, also known as soot. 

What exactly is a DPF - diesel particulate filter and how does it work? Diesel Particulate filters (DPF) or 'traps' do just that, they catch bits of soot in the exhaust. As with any filter they have to be emptied regularly to maintain performance. For a DPF this process is called 'regeneration' – the collected soot is burnt off at high temperature to leave only a tiny ash residue.

Regeneration occurs when un-burnt or dirty fuel activates the engines computer and tells it to trap the resulting soot. How often does active regeneration occur? Idling or stop and go driving may require active regeneration every 300-400 miles. What happens if the driver ignores warning indicators? Failure to alter the duty-cycle or initiate manual regeneration will cause engine to lose power and eventually stall out the engine, which could cause an accident, failure to follow maintenance guidelines may cause a fire.

Overtime the trapped soot builds up inside the filter and clogs it. There are two types of diesel regeneration.

1. Passive regeneration takes place automatically on motorway or fast A-road runs when the exhaust temperature is high. Because many cars don't get this sort of use vehicle manufacturers have had to design-in 'active' regeneration where the engine management computer (ECU) takes control of the process.

2. Active regeneration is when the soot loading in the filter reaches a set limit (about 45%) the vehicle's ECU will initiate post combustion fuel injection to increase the exhaust temperature and trigger regeneration. If the journey is too short while the regeneration is in progress, it may not complete and the warning light will come on to show that the filter is partially blocked.

A DPF is designed for long life, eventually the accumulated ash must be removed by special cleaning equipment. What is the typical cycle for the DPF before it needs to be cleaned? Idling or stop and go driving may require monthly maintenance, in over the road driving manufacturer estimates range from 100,000 to 150,000 miles.

One thing’s for sure: replacing the DPF is not cheap ($2,500 or more) and will result in performance problems and cost issues incurred by downtime for the repair.

How can a diesel engine owner reduce DPF maintenance?

1. Fuel; use a low sulfur diesel fuel.
2. Use CJ-4 oil that was designed for 2007 and newer diesel engines with a DPF. Using older CI-4 oil may contribute to the clogging of the DPF and may void an engines warranty. Change Oil change intervals should be done as recommended.
3. The ECOFuelMaximizer is a low cost (<$400) patented and proven aftermarket inline fuel vaporizer that can reduce soot build up and regeneration cycles by reorganizing the molecules in fuel helping the fuel burn cleaner. A Cleaner burning fuel results in less soot.

The ECO Fuel System team has been a leader in reducing Carbon Pollution and Fuel Consumption since 1999. If you or anyone you know is interested in reducing DPR maintenance and saving money call or email for the latest updates. shares how to reduce diesel regens 70%

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Diesel engines since 2007 require servicing when the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) gets clogged. Reduce Regens 70% & increasing fuel efficiency 13%.

PRLog-Feb. 1, 2015-WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--Newer Diesels engines in the United States since 2007 are equipped with a computer controlled Diesel Particulate Filter designed to reduce pollution from un-burnt diesel fuel. Manufacturers since 2009 added Diesel Emission Fluid (DEF) a chemical injected into the exhaust system designed to help keep the DPF filter clean. If the DEF fluid is not maintained, an engine will shut down and require dealer servicing.

Stop and go driving and idling reduce the amount of fuel burned which causes a diesel engine’s computer to go into a regeneration mode to remove the un-burnt fuel or soot from the exhaust, the DPF filter traps the fuels soot. The ECO Fuel Enhancer is an inline fuel filter/vaporizer that reorganizes the molecules of fuel helping them to burn cleaner. A cleaner burning engine reduces the regeneration cycle helping an engine’s DPF filter to keep cleaner longer.

Diesel Particulate Filter servicing or replacement is very expensive and is only covered under warranty for a short period of a diesel engines long lifespan. Reports state that some diesel engines require thousands of dollars in DPR maintenance every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.

Recent independent testing on 10 Emergency Medical vehicles that experience excessive idling and stop and go driving, showed remarkable results. The ECO system showed an average of 70% reduction in a computer’s Regen cycle and a 13% increase in fuel economy. The low cost ECO Fuel Enhancer system requires no maintenance and has a life expectancy of 40 years. The ECO units have a No Risk return policy, they are Guaranteed to work. For less than $400 thousands of dollars can be saved.

The and its affiliates have been advancing fuel saving and pollution reducing technologies since 1999. Over 200 Texas school systems over the last 10 years have installed over 30,000 units on their school buses. Individuals and Companies, who are interested in learning more about how to save Money, reduce Maintenance, Pollution and help Reduce Fuel Costs call or email for the latest information and updates.

Cary Nagdeman
(866) 374-0002

ECO Fuel Systems asked to join the Global Trade Chamber as member of their Green Committee


The Global Trade Chamber is an organization with members in over 30 countries. Their new Green Committee will be comprised of a select few that are dedicated and knowledgeable on how to reduce waste and pollution.

PRLog - Feb. 11, 2015 - MIAMI -- ECO Fuel Systems, LLC is honored to be asked to share and advise the Global Chamber members and the public on how to reduce the Carbon Footprint. Carbon Pollution levels are at an all time high, disease, allergies and cancer are a result of lack of planning and action.

Countries around the world are all experiencing increasing pollution primarily caused by the black smoke being produced from factories, furnaces and the largest contributor; trucks and automobiles. There are Green alternatives that the public can adapt without any financial hardship.

It is time for the public to act! The public is waiting for our leaders to take on this burden. Governmental agencies are working on guidelines for improvement but it may take decades to incorporate. Businesses and the public have immediate solutions they need to incorporate into their daily lives.

If the public or a business can reduce their carbon footprint in their cars and trucks 50% or more and save enough money in fuel costs to pay for the improvement, why aren’t more people doing this? Whether you believe in Global warming or not, we the people of Earth cannot deny that the rate of poor health and death causing illnesses like cancer is increasing. Many physiologists’ state, it is Human Nature to be in denial, until it affects individuals directly.

Since 1999 the members of the ECO Fuel Systems team have been working to help reduce Carbon Pollution and increase fuel efficiency. The applications they represent can reduce Carbon Pollution +/-90%, while improving fuel efficiency 10% to 50%. Anyone interested in acquiring information on how they can help fight Pollution, reduce their fuel costs and make our world a safer place for our children; call or email for information.

Cary Nagdeman
(866) 374-0002