Officials for CavitroniX Corp., whose technology improves the efficiency of oil-fired boilers, announced today that independent tests utilizing EPA protocols and ASME standards by a leading research institute confirm that the market-ready CavitroniX E2C system for oil-fired boilers and generators produces significant fuel savings as well as a major reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
Armed with the test findings from RTI International, CavitroniX has launched its Go-to-Market Strategy by raising visibility and awareness for the E2C’s innovative solution. In addition, CavitroniX is working to drive the technology into stationary oil-fired boilers across its target markets, including industrial plants, schools, commercial properties and multi-housing properties. The need for the E2C system is being driven by a combination of rising fuel prices and increasing pressure from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and state/local governments to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases such as NOx and carbon dioxide.
According to the RTI International report, firing the tested boiler using the CavitroniX E2C unit provided up to a 9% increase in fuel efficiency, while reducing NOx emissions up to 17%. These results are consistent with CavitroniX’s internal testing data and previous third party testing that has been conducted on the E2C technology by Power Mechanical Inc.
“These rigorous and reliable test results, from one of the world’s leading research institutes focused on energy and the environment, confirm that our new E2C system delivers a much needed solution that produces immediate expense savings, can reduce foreign oil dependency by saving fuel and lower the environmental impact of oil-fired industrial boilers and heating equipment and generators,” saysThomas David, CavitroniX CEO and President. “These tests results also confirmed that in many operations the fuel savings will recover the cost of the E2C unit within 18 months or less.”