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Supermax is a magnetic device that clips onto the fuel line of any petrol or diesel engine. It consists of a pair of precision made magnetic frequency resonators. These resonators are made of neodymium, a rare metal alloy used to make the world’s strongest compact conductors. Supermax has a 120 day money back guarantee.
The Supermax are in fact Magnetic Frequency Resonators, that separate and align the molecules of the fuel passing between the two (2) magnetic parts, it is like atomisation at an atomic level.
The Supermax has a strength of 11,000 Gauss and is recommended for all vehicles.
In the combustion process there is fuel, air and ignition. The Supermax makes the fuel side of the equation more fuel efficient whilst the Hiclone works on the air side of the equation. Therefore both devices together can multiply the benefits gained.
YES! it can be simply installed on the fuel supply line in minutes with No tools, no cutting pipe and no electrical connection. It comes in two halves which simply clip over the fuel line.
YES! it works on All Petrol and Diesel engines.
Most fuels for internal combustion engines are liquid. But liquid fuels don’t ignite till they are vaporized and mixed with air.
Fuel mainly consists of hydrocarbons. Groupings of hydrocarbons, when flowing through a magnetic field, change their orientations of magnetization in a direction opposite to that of the magnetic field. The molecules of hydrocarbon change their configuration. At the same time inter molecular force is considerably reduced or depressed.
These mechanisms are believed to help to disperse oil particles and to become finely divided. In addition, hydrogen ions in fuel and oxygen ions in air or steam are magnetized to form magnetic domains which are believed to assist in atomising fuel into finer particles.
Generally a liquid or gas fuel used for an internal combustion engine is composed of a set of molecules. Each molecule includes a number of atoms, which is composed of a nucleus and electrons orbiting around their nucleus. The molecules have magnetic moments in themselves, and the rotating electrons cause magnetic phenomena. Thus, positive (+) and negative (-) electric charges exists in the fuel’s molecules.
For this reason, the fuel particles of the negative and positive electric charges are not split into more minute particles. Accordingly, the fuels are not actively interlocked with oxygen during combustion, thereby causing incomplete combustion. To improve the above, the fuels have been required to be decomposed and ionised. The ionisation of the fuel particles is accomplished by the supply of magnetic force from a magnet.
The resultant conditioned fuel/air mixture magnetized burns more completely, producing higher engine output, better fuel consumption, more power and most importantly reduces the amount of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen in the exhaust. Another benefits if these devices is that magnetically charged fuel molecules with opposite polarities dissolve carbon build-up in carburetor jets, fuel injectors, and combustion chambers help to clean up the engine and maintain the clean condition.
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Q: Is the Supermax just a magnet?
A: No, it is not a regular magnet, it is a Matched Pair of tuned custom sealed Neodymium inductors that generate a frequency resonance between its two faces.
Q: How does Supermax work?
A: Supermax operates on the recognised principle of Magnetic Resonance. This in plain terms means that as the molecules of fuel pass through the magnetic field of the Supermax, they will spin to align themselves with the field. This spinning action will help to split clustered molecules (ever heard of fuel going off?). When the molecules separate they are more readily available for combustion. Its really fuel atomisation at an atomic level.
Q: What is a hydrocarbon?
A: It is the hydrogen and carbon content of the fuel.
Q: What are hydrocarbon chains?
A: Hydrocarbon molecules that cluster and grow causing molecules to be trapped from air during the combustion.
Q: What octane will it work on?
A: All octane levels. Higher octane performance can be achieved on lower octane fuel.
Q: Can the Supermax give an extra boost?
A: Yes, customers world wide have reported higher performance on lower octane fuel.
Q: Why can't the oil companies provide this boost?
A: Because the fracturing of hydrocarbon chains occurs only when the fuel is passed through the Supermax booster. When the engine is turned off, the fracturing of hydrocarbon chains stops and in a matter of hours the condition of the fuel returns to the more congested state. The phenomena of fracturing the hydrocarbon chains can only be induced by the Supermax.
Q: Will it work on fuels other than petrol?
A: Yes, it will work on petrol or diesel, but the percentage of improvement differ from one type to the other.
Q: Can I install the Supermax?
A: Yes, however you must make sure you are placing the Supermax on the correct line "the one under pressure from the fuel pump". Note that fuel injection engines have two lines running in parallel between the fuel tank and the engine, a supply line and a return line, so make sure to install it on the supply line.
Q: What kind of fuel line?
A: All types of line-metal, plastic or rubber, but optimum results are achieved on metal line, so if the fuel line is a combination of metal and rubber, then install it on the metal section.
Q: Will it work on fuel injection?
A: Yes, place the Supermax as close to the injection system as possible.
Q: Can I place the Supermax before the injection pump?
Q: Do I need more than one Supermax for fuel injected systems?
A: The average (up to 2.5lt) engine will only require one. However some racing machines have used more than one. Maximum effect could be achieved if each cylinder was fitted with it's own especially on large diesel trucks.
Q: Do I need to adjust my carburetor?
A: No, you should not have to make any adjustment to see the improvement as long as the engine was well tuned in the first place.
Q: How far back from the combustion chamber will the device work?
A: We have installations in which the Supermax is working at three feet from the combustion chamber.
Q: When should check my mileage and when can I expect results?
A: Make sure you check your mileage before you install the Supermax. Mileage is the sum of the total miles driven divided by the amount of fuel used. Most people believe they are receiving better mileage than they actually are. We suggest that you drive 2000 klm's of normal driving before checking for improvement.
Q: Why 2000 kilometres?
A: This allows the Supermax to do its job of removing the carbon/varnish deposits. Remember it took thousands of miles to build up these deposits in your engine.
Q: Could my mileage decrease and why?
A: Yes, it is possible that your engine could temporally decrease in mileage and increase in emissions at the beginning of the cleaning/removal period. This condition is only temporally and will stabilize.
Q: How much improvement can I expect?
A: This depends on the size and type of the engine, mode of driving whether, city or highway, and weather conditions. Fuel savings of up to 20% have been reported. In addition, increased performance and lower operating temperature of the vehicle will be noted.
Q: How does the Supermax clean the engine?
A: Your engine builds up carbon/varnish deposits decease of incomplete combustion (improper burning). Molecules that are non-homogeneous are found in both gasoline and diesel fuel. As these molecules begin to cluster and grow, some molecules become trapped during combustion, air is unable to reach the trapped molecules and they do not burn completely. Instead they are expelled into the atmosphere or retained as carbon/varnish deposits inside your engine. The Supermax literally will break the cluster of molecules apart and stirs them up, air otherwise could not penetrate a cluster, it's now able to reach the individual molecule and a more complete combustion takes place.
Q: Do the climatic conditions make a difference?
A: Yes, in winter seasons engines are run more without the vehicle moving, windy and icy road conditions, etc can effect results. However they will still be proportionally improved.
Q: Does high temperature effect performance?
A: The Supermax is designed to operate in temperatures up to 590'F (310'C). The Supermax should not be placed in close proximity to the point of exhaust.
Q: Why do larger older engines get the fastest and most improvement?
A: The Supermax requires that the fuel flows through it's resonator in order to operate. Fuel flow is important to the process of breaking up the hydrocarbon chains. The smaller the engine, the more efficient, the slower the fuel flow. With larger engine it is reversed, thus faster flow and quicker results.
Q: How soon will the Supermax pay for itself?
A: This is directly proportional to the amount of driving you do and the price you pay for fuel. Users have reported that the Supermax was paid back between 60 and 90 days.
Q: How will I know what improvements to expect?
A: Due to the vast variety of engines, we can only generalize and rely on the reports from our users world wide that are reporting up to 20% improvement, but the best test is to try the device yourself you have ninety days to be satisfied, otherwise, return it and get your money back.
Q: Why aren't the car manufacturers using the SUPERMAX in their vehicles?
A: Car manufactures are running tests on the Supermax, but because it is a new product, it takes a while for car manufacturers to carry out their research and development programs for incorporating such a new feature in their vehicles.
Q: Where do I install a Supermax on a carburettor engine?
A: As close as possible to the carburettor.
Q: Where do I install a Supermax on a diesel engine?
A: Just before the injector pump.
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