Backed by government tests, Robinson Engine Head increases miles per gallon

Jan. 1, 2020
A U.S. government test has confirmed that the Robinson Engine Head, developed by National Fuelsaver Corp., delivers 48 percent more miles per gallon. It also provides the benefits of reducing global warming emissions by 30 percent and it increasing t
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A U.S. government test has confirmed that the Robinson Engine Head, developed by National Fuelsaver Corp., delivers 48 percent more miles per gallon.

It also provides the benefits of reducing global warming emissions by 30 percent and it increasing the horsepower of a 2-liter engine to that of a 3-liter engine.

In the last 60 years no engine modification until now has shown more than a 1 percent improvement in miles per gallon on the U.S. Government Official Test known as the EPA Federal Test Procedure.

The Robinson Engine Head, which is a simple modification of the standard engine head at the manufacturing level, has now demonstrated on the EPA Federal Test Procedure a 48 percent increase in miles per gallon and a 30 percent reduction in global warming emissions.

In the past, in order to get more horsepower at the wheels, it was necessary to build a bigger engine which would consume more fuel and do more harm to the environment. The Robinson Engine Head, according to the company, takes a totally different approach. Robinson measured that the standard engine itself consumes 77 units of horsepower for every 100 units of fuel. This leaves only 23 units of horsepower at the wheels.

The Robinson Engine Head reduces the engine's requirements by 11 units to 66 units of horsepower. This reduction in the horsepower requirement of the engine increases the horsepower at the wheels by 11 units from 23 to 34 units of horsepower

Although the Robinson Engine Head design is not yet in production, National Fuelsaver's after-market Platinum Gas Saver is available and is guaranteed to increase gas mileage by 22 percent.

After a five year study, the government concludes: "Independent testing shows greater fuel savings with the Gas Saver than the 22 percent claimed by the developer."

With a simple connection to a vacuum line, the Gas Saver adds platinum vapor economically to the air and fuel entering the engine.

Since platinum enables non-burning fuel to burn, the Gas Saver's platinum increases the percentage of fuel burning inside the engine from 68 percent of each gallon to 90 percent of each gallon, a 22 percent increase.

Since unburnt fuel leaving an engine is pollution, this 22 percent of each gallon normally burns when it reaches the platinum surfaces of the catalytic converter. Since the converter burns this 22 percent of your fuel outside of the engine, the heat and energy produced from this fuel cannot give you more miles per gallon, the company says.

But when the air and fuel carry the Gas Saver's platinum into the engine, 22 percent more of each gallon burns inside the engine so that 22 percent fewer gallons are required to drive the same distance.

In addition to the fuel savings, the Gas Saver has received patents for cleaning out the abrasive carbon and raising octane, making the premium fuels unnecessary for most vehicles.

Joe Robinson, the developer, adds, "Since the government concluded its study, we have sold over a half million Gas Savers. To our surprise, more people buy the Gas Saver because it extends engine life by cleaning out the carbon than buy it to increase gas mileage or to raise octane."

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