Fuel savers - Alternative energies

Fuel savers working with water

 

RETROKIT E Series - 2007

Retrokit E Series fuel saver was initially developed for big engines with a big dispalcement and a low rpm.
For example, Retrokit E1-45 is designed for a 4000cc diesel engine, giving 100 HP @ 1500 rpm. The catalyst is inside a standard tube, allowing 4 sizes of reactors, E1-45, E2-70, E3-90 and E4-100 (4 tubes, 100mm).
These reactors are still interesting in industrial cases which require an installation inside the exhaust pipe.

Material : stainless steel.
Available : several (no more produced)
Reseller : www.dieseless.com

RETROKIT NANO BASIC - 2009

Retrokit Nano is a great step in the development of our fuel savers It was first designed to be installed perpendicularly to the exhaust pipe, contrary to the E series. You just have to drill 2 holes (ø6 et ø12) and that's all.
You can also install outside the exhaust pipe, with a heat exchnage by contact.

Material : stainless steel.
Available : several (no more produced)
Reseller : www.dieseless.com

RETROKIT NANO PRO 2010

Retrokit Nano Pro is a logical evolution of Retrokit Nano Basic. It is a flat catalytic reactor heated by contact, to be fitted outside the exhaust pipe. It has to be mounted in series with a bubbler like the other reactors.

Material : stainless steel.
Available : yes (on demand)
Reseller : www.dieseless.com
Hypnow Retrokit Nano catalytic converter

Operating principle for diesel engines

The ambient air is sucked into the bubbler to form humid air by passing through water. It goes through the Retrokit Nano Pro catalytic reactor, heated by contact by the exhaust gases. Once treated, this aerosol dopes the combustion being mixed with the intake air, via the diffusor placed between the air filter and the turbo (or intake in case of atmospheric engines).







Non-contractual photos.
Operating principle of Retrokit, fuel saver working with water designed by Hypnow.