Q- Will the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver cause any damage to my engine, or void my warranty?
A- NO, The MicroENERGY Fuel Saver does not come in contact with the engine or any mechanical areas of the vehicle. It works with the fuel only.
Q- How soon will I see an increase in fuel efficiency for my vehicle with the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver?
A- Our customers on average see results the first tank full when using the recommended fuel(s). You will notice the increase in mileage over the course of a few week’s driving ( approx. 5 fill ups). Keep track of your fuel consumption on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to compare your results. We recommend you use Gas Manager for iphone or Android, links located at the bottom of this page. The microENERGY Fuel Saver is designed for highway driving in fuel injection class 2 vehicles.
Q- Does the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver work well with diesel fuel?
A- Yes, the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver works well with the recommended gasoline and diesel fuel(s). Results will vary depending on driving conditions and habits. Please review the below " Many Factors Affect Fuel Ecomonmy" and our customer testimonials and how the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver Fuel Saver has reduced operating and fuel costs.
Q- What if I don’t see any improved gas mileage with the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver?
A- The microENERGY Fuel Saver is designed for highwat driving of 45mph and up. If the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver is installed correctly, you should see improved mileage within the first five (5) full tank fill ups when using the recommended fuel(s) during highway use. Not to see an improvement can be caused by a few factors including type of gasoline, extended use of A/C or front window defroster and more, read below "Many factors affect fuel economy" . Always record your mileage if you are doing a comparison for each full tank and maintain an equal comparison. For iphone and Android users, please use GAS MANAGER to log your data for the baseline comparison. Please contact us for further details or review our “ how to calculate results” below.
Q- How is the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver Installed?
A- Automotive: The MicroENERGY Fuel Saver must be installed by a certified and trained automotive mechanic. please click here for installation guide
Q. We are a large fleet firm, is there a price discount for us if we use the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver?
A- We have a fleet pricing program, please contact us for further details and volume pricing discounts.
Q- What is your warranty for the MicroENERGY Fuel Saver?
A- The MicroENERGY Fuel Saver treatment has a 5 year replacement Warranty.
Q- Is the microENERGY Fuel Saver a magnet?
A- No, the microENERGY Fuel Saver is an antenna that channels a signal to atomize fuel prior to combustion. Works with fuel injection class 2 vehicles during highway driving.
Many Factors Affect Fuel Economy
Quick acceleration and heavy braking can reduce fuel economy by
up to 33 percent on the highway and 5 percent around town.
New EPA tests account for faster acceleration rates, but vigorous
driving can still lower MPG.
Excessive idling decreases MPG. The EPA city test includes idling,
but more idling will lower MPG.
Driving at higher speeds increases aerodynamic drag (wind resistance), reducing fuel economy. The new EPA tests account for aerodynamic drag up to highway speeds of 128km/h or 80 mph, but some drivers exceed this speed.
Cold weather and frequent short trips can reduce fuel economy, since your engine doesn't operate efficiently until it is warmed up. In colder weather, it takes longer for your engine to warm, and on short trips, your vehicle operates a smaller percentage of time at the desired temperature. Note: Leaving your car idle to warm-up doesn't help your fuel economy. It actually uses more fuel and creates more pollution.
Cargo or cargo racks on top of your vehicle (e.g., cargo boxes, canoes, etc.) increase aerodynamic drag and lower fuel economy. MPG tests do not account for this type of cargo.
Towing a trailer or carrying excessive weight decreases fuel economy. Vehicles are assumed to carry only up to three hundred pounds of passengers and cargo during testing.
Running electrical accessories (e.g. Air Conditioner and front window defroster) decreases fuel economy. Operating the air conditioner and/or front window defroster will reduce MPG by roughly 5–35% compared to not using it.
Driving on hilly or mountainous terrain or on unpaved roads can reduce fuel economy. The EPA test assumes vehicles operate on flat ground.
Using 4-wheel drive reduces fuel economy. Four-wheel drive vehicles are tested in 2-wheel drive. Engaging all four wheels makes the engine work harder and increases transfer case and differential losses.
A poorly tuned engine burns more fuel.
Improperly aligned or inflated tires can lower fuel economy by increasing rolling resistance.
Brake drag can make your engine work harder.
A dirty air filter can decrease the fuel economy of older vehicles.
Some fuels contain less energy and some contact detergents, these are key elements that are required for the microENRGY fuel saver device.
Using oxygenated fuels or reformulated gasoline (RFG), for example, can cause a small decrease (1–3%) in fuel economy.
Most of the gasoline now sold has a small amount of ethanol in it—up to 10% by volume depending upon the region. Using gasoline with 10% ethanol decreases fuel economy by 3–4%.
The energy content of gasoline varies seasonally. Typical summer conventional gasoline contains about 1.7% more energy than typical winter conventional gasoline.
Small variations in the way vehicles are manufactured and assembled can cause MPG variations among vehicles of the same make and model. Usually, differences are small, but a few drivers will see a marked deviation from the EPA estimates.
New vehicles will not obtain their optimal fuel economy until the engine has broken in. This may take 3–5 thousand miles or km.