Combustion Technologies Issues a Dipetane Challenge to the members of the California Dump Truck Owners Association

Yorba Linda, CA—-January 13, 2006—- Combustion Technologies Issues a Dipetane Challenge to the members of the California Dump Truck Owners Association.
The Dipetane Challenge Become Part of the Solution
Everything about fossil fuel energy consumption in this country is up…higher fuel prices and more days of high pollution advisories. And that is a real down.
Nobody knows this better than CDTOA members who are caught between skyrocketing fuel prices and revenues that are not keeping pace. You are as tired as the rest of the people in this nation of living in and breathing the ever-increasing brown clouds enveloping our cities. Isn’t it time to actively become part of the solution? But how?
Enter Dipetane, a cost-effective, breakthrough fuel treatment whose time has come. In this era of record fuel prices and awakening energy consciousness…it’s an affordable strategy for high stake consumers who want to take an active role in doing something to combat these problems.
What is Dipetane? It is a 100 percent hydrocarbon liquid fuel treatment that dramatically increases fuel-burn efficiency. More efficient fuel-burn results in improved fuel economy, significant cost savings, reduced smoke, enhanced power and longer engine life.
The Dipetane – CDTOA Challenge
Combustion Technologies has recently become a member of CDTOA. At the urging of Daniel Sanchez and Lee Brown, Combustion Tech wants to prove the benefits of Dipetane with a challenge. Six to 10 owner operators driving a single vehicle at least 3,500 miles per month are being asked to participate. Fuel usage over a 10,000 to 12,000 mile period will need to be recorded. Participants will receive a 50% discount on the Dipetane used during the test period and are guaranteed to see a significant reduction in smoke and enough improved fuel economy to pay for the product two times over. Results of this test program will be submitted to the CDTOA for publication. To apply for the challenge, contact Bob Pond at 800-993-6370.
Why try Dipetane? Because there is absolutely no downside to trying or using Dipetane. Fuel consumption is reduced 8 to 15%. Savings usually pay for the cost of Dipetane two to three times over. In addition, improved fuel-burn reduces the frequency of oil changes, filter changes and maintenance and prolongs engine life.
Dipetane has been used and proven safe in more than 100 million miles of safe and trouble free equipment operation. With over 15 years of experience, Dipetane’s product liability insurance policy with Lloyd’s of London has never had a claim filed against it. Dipetane is registered with the EPA, meets all fuel specifications and does not affect warranties. It is 100% hydrocarbon and contains nothing not already in the fuel. The difference is in the process that is used to create this product out of standard elements.
A little history
During the Arab oil embargo in 1973 an English petroleum chemist was inspired to come up with a concept that would reduce the amount of fuel used by boilers. The inventor believed that he could improve the combustion efficiency of petroleum beyond the process used since the 1800s. Thirteen years later, he was able to finalize a fuel product for all fuels that works effectively at a ratio of 1:200.
The port of Dublin, Ireland has been using Dipetane for 15 years in all 17 of its fueling sites for tugs and yard craft.
The Coca Cola Bottling Company in Dublin has been experiencing a 17% improvement in fuel economy and considerably longer engine life in its vehicles over the16 years that it has used Dipetane.
The Irish Army has been adding Dipetane to the fuel of all its vehicles for 13 years.
In 1999, Dipetane was introduced in the United States. The first U.S. Company to adopt the use of Dipetane fuel was Western Foods. After 18 months of operation, the owner wrote that he had achieved “a 17% increase in mileage and would not operate without Dipetane treated fuel.”
A fuel usage review done on a fleet of US Foodservice trucks servicing the Los Angeles region covering 40 weeks showed impressive results and also underscored a phenomenon seen when using Dipetane. During the initial nine weeks of using fuel treated with Dipetane (dubbed “the clean-up period”) a 6% increase in fuel economy was seen, but the “full benefit period” began at week 10 and continued throughout the remaining 14 weeks of testing during which a 14% increase in fuel economy was tallied.

What is happening during this clean-up period? Dipetane is so effective in enhancing the combustion process that existing combustion chambers deposits are actually removed. After the clean-up is complete, oxygen is freed up and the chamber temperature is lowered, resulting in a burn more like the factory intended.
As an added benefit, because of improving combustion efficiency, users see reduced emissions of all types in their vehicles.
Over its 15-year history, Dipetane has demonstrated typical emission reductions of:
1. Particulates (visible carbon smoke) – 50%;
2. Nitrous Oxide (reacts with hydrocarbons in sunlight to form smog) – 20%;
3. Sulfur Dioxide (irritating to lung tissue, particularly asthmatics) – 20%;
4. Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons (linked to cancer) – 20-60%;
5. Carbon Dioxide (deteriorates the atmospheric ozone layer) – 12-26%;
Fuel cost savings and emissions reduction are two benefits that would naturally appeal to school districts with bus fleets covering thousands of miles a day carrying precious cargo, some of whom are already predisposed to respiratory problems aggravated by breathing exhaust fumes.
Faced with escalating fuel costs, large transport areas and under-legislated budgets, two school districts, one in Arizona and the other in California, were looking for solutions. Both opted to run tests using Dipetane. Both districts were so impressed with the results of their testing that Dipetane is now being added to their entire fuel supplies and the districts are seeing increasingly reduced fuel consumption and fewer emissions.
In Arizona, Apache Junction Unified School District Transportation Director Max Ragsdale stated, “We tried it on a test basis last year and Dipetane proved itself for use in the whole fleet. Our buses are getting about 12% better fuel economy and the benefits are just going to go on increasing as the engines improve from burning the treated fuel.”
The miles per gallon (MPG) for Capistrano School District’s fleet of 200 school buses improved 13% over a four-month period, from 6.8 mpg to 7.7 mpg. Transportation officials are projecting fuel savings of nearly $60,000 per year.
If you would like to participate in the Challenge program or would just like more information on Dipetane, contact Bob Pond at 1-800-993-6370 or email him at