The most important goal is to improve emissions economically, which goes beyond just a lower price to actually reducing operating costs. (Although lower price is a prime consideration in retrofitting older trucks, it is hard to justify the purchase of an emissions control system that costs more than the truck on which it is installed.)
In addition to lower up-front cost, the Combustion Purifier™ reduces recurring operating costs by improving fuel efficiency. Combustion Purifier™ works by completing the combustion of un-burnt fuels, which are the primary source of emissions in the first place, and recycling this additional energy back into the engine itself. This enhancement in efficiency is compounded by fact that the Combustion Purifier™ dramatically reduces engine exhaust system back pressure, minimizing the work necessary for the engine to expel its waste. Since this energy is recycled, the engine’s available power and torque is also increased. The fuel efficiency savings is enough to enable a payback period of just three to six months when deployed on some heavy duty truck engines, even considering a retrofit installation where the previous system is scrapped for nothing. In OEM installations and retrofits where there is a resale value of the replaced system, the payback is immediate. The Combustion Purifier™ is less expensive, both up-front and over time.