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 PRI-R The Industry Leading Emissions Control Agent

Simultaneous Reduction - PRI-Rs unique chemistry works during combustion to simultaneously reduce all of the emissions that are currently under scrutiny, including NOX, SO2, CO, and smoke opacity. You no longer need to take separate measures to control each of these emissions products.

Control Without Sacrifice - PRI-R provides its emission control benefits without sacrificing engine performance. In fact, performance is enhanced! PRI-R reduces emissions while continuing to deliver all the other benefits it is known for.

A Cost Effective Solution - PRI-R is extremely cost effective to use. Being applied to fuel at a super concentrated ratio, PRI-R is only a fraction of the fuel budget. 

PRI-R For Motor Ships

bulletNOx Reduction: PRI-R treated fuel was in an RTA Sulzer 12RTA84 powered motor ship and emissions were monitored. PRI-R provided an impressive 24% reduction in NOx.
bulletSO2 Reduction: At the same time, PRI-R reduced emissions of SO2 more than 9.6%, and those of carbon monoxide more than 7.0%.
bulletSmoke Opacity Reduction: On two cruise ships operating in Alaska, PRI's new PRI-RS Emissions Control Formula resulted in smoke opacity reductions of 42% and 82% respectively, based on EPA and Alaska State Department of Environmental Conservation data.

PRI-R for Package Boilers

bulletIn a CE package boiler, PRI-R produced impressive results. NOx emissions were reduced by 36.1% and SO2 emissions by 27.3%.

PRI-R for Power Plants

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PRI-R is highly effective in power plants as well. In this application, PRI chemistry provided 19.6% reductions in smoke opacity along with 14.3% reductions in NOx.

PRI-D Diesel Treatment For Emissions

Proven Smoke Opacity Reductions:

Since 1992 in more than 10,000 California Air Resources Board (CARB) mandatory diesel smoke opacity tests, PRI's PRI-D treatment for mid-distillate fuels has resulted in an average smoke opacity reduction of 33%. Based on public transit and school bus fleet testing, results ranged from 19-to-60% smoke opacity reductions with PRI-D treated fuel, depending on engine type.

Proven NOx Reductions:

MSHA Compliance Tests - Underground Mine:

Results from mandatory Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) air sampling tests in underground mines also confirm that usage of PRI-D resulted in an average 14% reduction of NOx on diesel-powered, underground mining equipment.

Power Plant Test - EMD Engines:

In a recent test of two land-based EMD engines at a power generating facility in Southern California, PRI-D application to CARB diesel fuel (0.02% sulfur) resulted in reduced NOx emissons of 6.5-to-7.2% respectively. Data was recorded by South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) continuous emissions monitoring equipment.

#1 National Study:

Additionally, an independent nationwide study of commercial diesel treatments conducted by the Pasadena Research Institute confirms that PRI-D is the most effective diesel fuel treatment in the U.S. for smoke opacity reduction and fuel efficiency improvement.

PRI-G Gas Treatment For Emissions

Proven HC and NOx Reductions:

The same chemistry proven to reduce emissions at oil-fired power plants and in diesel engines has also established a solid record reducing emissions from gasoline engines. Independent evaluations conducted over the past 30 years have established that PRI chemistry reduces both unburned hydrocarbons and NOx. 

Among the most recent examples of PRI-G capabilities is a test conducted on a 1988 Buick, six-cylinder engine with more than 150,000 miles on the odometer. Tested under the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Vehicle Inspecton Program, this vehicle initially failed to pass minimum state standards for NOx emissions.

After running on two tanks of PRI-G treated fuel, the Buick was retested and passed the test. The results are as follows:

  Untreated   PRI-G Treated  
Hydrocarbons (grams/mile) 0.75 PASS 0.03 PASS
Carbon Monoxide (grams/mile) 4.7 PASS 0.4 PASS
Oxides of Nitrogen (grams/mile) 3.7 FAIL 0.2 PASS

 

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