WHAT IS JETPIA?
- Reduced fuel consumption
- Less harmful exhaust gas emissions
- Better engine performance
- Better driving performance
In the UK, DHL and Comet have reported fuel consumption reductions in the order of 6% - 11% with JETPIA. Also in the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) installed JETPIA on 24 of its vans as part of its wide-ranging initiatives to reduce its carbon emissions by 14% over a two-year period.
Test results and actual user experience show fuel consumption reductions between 5% and 20%, with commensurate reductions in exhaust gas emissions.
JETPIA uses patented technology developed by South Korean engineers over a seven-year period and was first introduced in South Korea in 2007.
HOW JETPIA WORKS
All vehicles (except electric vehicles) are powered with an internal combustion engine, whether they’re using petrol, diesel, LPG or biofuel. Inefficient combustion leads to lower fuel efficiency (ie higher fuel consumption) and higher levels of emission of carbon (CO2) and other harmful exhaust gas, such as hydrocarbon (HC), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and carbon monoxide (CO).
JETPIA makes the condition more conducive to efficient combustion by reducing the back pressure that develops in the exhaust system. This approach is well-known and well-recognised. JETPIA’s ace-in-the-sleeve is its innovative design which applies the Venturi principle. This results in a unit which is super easy to install, cost-effective, maintenance-free and non-invasive to the engine, and works totally passively.
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- 2013 Ford Ranger fuel economy up 11.7% with JETPIA – towing a caravan 7 February 2014
- 2008 Toyota Kluger kX fuel economy with JETPIA 7 July 2013
- 2010 Hyundai i30 diesel fuel economy with JETPIA 27 May 2013