All those interested in becoming a distributor of the FuelReducer products in your country or if you want to invest in future product development, contact FuelReducer via the Contact link to the right of this web page. We are expanding and are seeking distributors World Wide. We are also seeking investors to help develop our new line of fuel conservation devices and energy solutions - including solar power , wind power, fuel saving devices for cars, trucks, boats and jet engines as well as development of a gas electric hybrid that can travel as much as 3 hours on 1 gallon of fuel.

FuelReducer has come up with a new FuelReducer for diesel engines. This design addresses 2 issues - increased fuel efficiency and thinning the diesel without additives. This new design will reduce the flow of fuel and at the same thin the fuel so that the diesel engine will operate smoothly. When cold weather sets in diesel engines are hard to start. When you do start it you have to wait for it to warm up to be able to drive. That waiting time is the time when diesel engines emit the most pollution into the air. It is our goal to virtually eliminate cold starts and drastically reduce the pollution created as a result of warming up a cold diesel engine.

FuelReducer hasn’t built the prototype yet. It is only in the design stage. In order to begin production we need funding. The FuelReducer took 1 year of testing and thousands of dollars in funding before the 1st FuelReducer was sold. With the new design the basic functions are the same only the addition of thinning the fuel will take a little time and money to fine tune the product.

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The cost of oil for home heating has already gone up for this winter. The cost is set and will more than likely not be reduced even though the price of oil has dropped from nearly $147 this past summer to $67 today. The OPEC nations are set to announce that they will cut production which will no doubt be followed by a significant jump in oil prices beginning next week. It would appear that the rumors were true that the oil prices were based purely on speculation and as soon the stock market began to drop dramatically so did the price of oil.

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The cost of heating will remain the same or go even higher this coming winter. There is no indication that oil heating cost will drop dramatically. After 1 year of testing, FuelReducer is now offering a FuelReducer for oil heating furnaces. The FuelEjector was tested on several private home and an apartment building. The test for the 20 unit apartment building was carried out by a heating service technician. The technician reports that the FuelEjector saved 25% on oil heating fuel. No negative effects were reported. No heating of the oil or pump and no added stress to the pump. So if you heat your home or business with oil the FuelEjector is now on sale. Installation is very easy. Your licensed heating service technician can install one on your oil furnace without cutting. All that is required to install is an adjustable wrench and once installation is complete the technician will bleed the line. Order your FuelEjector today and save 25% on your oil heating fuel bill this winter.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 7, 2008 (Reuters) — Average household heating fuel costs this winter will be 15 percent higher than last year, with heating oil and natural gas users taking the biggest hit due to more expensive crude oil and colder weather than last winter, the government’s top energy forecasting agency said Tuesday.

Heating oil bills for the heating season, which runs from October through March, will be up 23 percent at $2,388. The retail price for heating oil should be $3.89 a gallon, up from $3.31 last winter.

In Halifax Nova Scotia Canada a report stated that even taking advantage of the price cap most companies offer - the max was roughly 85 cents a litre last winter - home-heating oil prices will be unaffordable to some. Experts suggest the cap this fall could be somewhere in the $1.30-a-litre range.

FuelReducer is working on opening a retail location for Toronto Ontario. A retail location will make it much easier for future FuelReducer customers to buy one or more FuelReducer products in person. This location has an added advantage - 3 automobile service garages in the same complex. Toronto and area customers will be able to buy a FuelReducer and a literally walk next door to have it installed.

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A FuelReducer can be now be bought and installed at Hightland Auto, 38 Automatic Rd. Brampton Ontario. They are a automotive repair garage with 3 hoists and conveniently located east of Airport Rd off Williams Parkway. Installation will cost $75 plus applicable taxes. Toronto residents can buy from Highland Auto too. Take Hwy 401 to 427 north and exit at Hwy #7. Turn left onto Hwy #7 and travel west to Airport Rd. Turn right onto Airport Rd and travel north until you reach William Parkway where you turn right onto Williams Parkway. 1st street on your left is Automatic Rd. They are in the complex on your left just before the railway tracks.

Their website is Highland Auto Repair and Body Shop


For the past few weeks FuelReducer has been experimenting with salt water as a source of hydrogen fuel. FuelReducer has shown through YouTube videos how simple it is to split water (H2O) into hydrogen and oxygen gas. As sea water cannot be used as a source of drinking water why not use it as the most abundant source for hydrogen fuel. There are no environmental side effects and by using sea water as a source of hydrogen fuel then all the oil producing nations will have more fuel to sell to the World for decades longer. We already know that oil is not limitless. We all know a number of nations depend on selling their oil to their neighbors and allies for revenue so using other sources of fuel will allow those oil producing countries to continue to profit from oil sales much longer than now predicted. As global warming is apparently to blame for the rising of the sea levels then using sea water as a source of hydrogen fuel also addresses and provides a solution to slow and or stop the rise in sea levels that threaten to flood and damage our coastal properties.

You too can be a part of the future where salt water is used as a viable source of hydrogen fuel. You can invest in FuelReducer so that their technology can be put on the market much sooner than later. FuelReducer is not a threat to oil producing nations. FuelReducer will help those nations self-sustain themselves for decades or centuries longer than is now possible with today’s very high demand for their black gold.

In order for a patent to be issued an inventor has to prove that their invention actually does what is claimed. It takes years to get a patent because first off the patent pending has to be checked against the existing Patent records to make sure the invention hasn’t already been patented. Then proof is required that the invention does what it is claimed otherwise the invention is just a fraud. That being said, many have tried to discredit inventions like the ones that are being disclosed in this article. They don’t want it being made public so they make false claims that the inventions don’t work despite the burden of proof being submitted and accepted by a government agency which handles, registers and keeps records of all new and old technology. Keep this in mind when you read the rest of this article. If the claim of 200 or even 100 mpg isn’t true then why is there a registered patent number on file?

In 1933 Charles Nelson Pogue made headlines when he drove a 1932 Ford V8, 200 miles on a gallon of gas during a demonstration conducted by The Ford Motor Companies in Winnipeg, Manitoba using his super-carb system. United States Patent # 750354 http://www.freepaten … 354&stemming=on In fact, many people attested to these mileage claims as The Pogue Carb went into production and was sold openly. However, one of the crucial factors of these systems is the use of “white” gasoline, which contained no additives. It was at this time oil companies started adding lead to the fuel. Lead is an anti-catalyst that rendered Pogue’s carburetor as inefficient as a regular carb. His invention caused such shock waves through the stock market, that the US and Canadian governments both stepped in and applied pressure to stifle him. He suffered an enormous amount of loss as a result of trying to make the world a better place.

Shrouded in mystery and controversy, It appears Mr. Pogue’s vaporizer brought him in contact with a lot of people who didn’t want what he was offering to get out. He received many accolades, and was accused by others as being a fraud. Many people believe that lead was added to gasoline to prevent anyone else from building such a device, since lead leaves heavy deposits and clogs these types of units, rendering them ineffective due to the inability to transfer heat to the fuel.

Tom Ogle of El Paso Texas , a 24 year old mechanic drove 200 miles in a 1970 351 ci. Ford on 2 gallons of gas. Other mechanics and engineers checked for hidden tanks, none were found. Reporters and a camera crew went with him 100 miles out and back; 200 miles 2 gallons. He claimed from the beginning that he did not know exactly how the system worked, just that it did and he proved it time and again. He had hoped other engineers would help to explain what he was doing. He had a hard time getting backers that had integrity. Everybody wanted controlling interest and he knew it was going on the back shelf. Tom resisted and tried to get it on the market. Later he was shot and survived, only four months later he did die of an overdose of darvon and alcohol with no suicide note. Nobody explained what became of his idea. A patent was issued Dec. 11, 1979 # 4,177,779 - Four months after his death.

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United States Patent 4177779 http://www.freepaten … ine.com/4177779.html

Patent Abstract - A fuel economy system for an internal combustion engine which, when installed in a motor vehicle, obviates the need for a conventional carburetor, fuel pump and gasoline tank. The system operates by using the engine vacuum to draw fuel vapors from a vapor tank through a vapor conduit to a vapor equalizer which is positioned directly over the intake manifold of the engine. The vapor tank is constructed of heavy duty steel or the like to withstand the large vacuum pressure and includes an air inlet valve coupled for control to the accelerator pedal. The vapor equalizer ensures distribution of the correct mixture of air and vapor to the cylinders of the engine for combustion, and also includes its own air inlet valve coupled for control to the accelerator pedal. The system utilizes vapor-retarding filters in the vapor conduit, vapor tank and vapor equalizer to deliver the correct vapor/air mixture for proper operation. The vapor tank and fuel contained therein are heated by running the engine coolant through a conduit within the tank. Due to the extremely lean fuel mixtures used by the present invention, gas mileage in excess of one hundred miles per gallon may be achieved.

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The easiest, cheapest and most secure means of contacting FuelReducer to ask questions, make suggestions, submit complaints or to order the FuelReducer is to use the Customer Service Link. Your correspondence can’t be intercepted or read by anyone but you and I. There is always the possibility that emails, text messages and phone calls can be lost, intercepted, read or listened in on. When you use the customer service form your input is stored directly on our server. The information never leaves the server. They can only be opened and read by you and I with the valid authorization code.

Over the past year it has come to my attention that most people would like to read updates online in a format that they can interact with. I am going to post updates on this blog as they develop and you are free to comment on them.

Everyone has the same questions in regards to the FuelReducer. All your questions are answered just by reading the information on the FuelReducer website. I’ve taken every question asked over the past 2 years and addressed them on this website. The next logical step is to provide a forum where you, the consumer, can interact online with the data and at the same time see what others are saying about their experiences with the FuelReducer products.

Fell free to begin commenting on this article and all future articles. Anyone who misuses this blog in any way will be denied access to the entire website. Profanity, solicitation or unrelated comments or rude behavior will not be tolerated. This is an information service that aims to inform the public about the progress of the FuelReducer.