It is a well known fact that water in the fuel oil has a positive effect on the combustion with regards to polluting emissions.

Combustion is an oxidation process where the fuel oil reacts chemically with the oxygen in the surrounding air. The process is normally optimized by means of excess air.


The water, if present as micro droplets in the oil, will evaporate faster than the oil film surrounding it when exposed to the heat in the combustion chamber. The evaporation of the water will cause the oil film to explode into extremely small particles which react faster with the oxygen. The result is a homogenous and more complete combustion resulting in less polluting emissions. The water also brings oxygen to the process reducing the need for excess air. The evaporation of water absorbs latent heat and contributes to reduce local peak temperatures.

The most common problem with microemulsions is the stability of the water and oil. Separation of water is not uncommon and causes problems such as seizing of fuel pumps, clogging of filters, cleaning of tanks and reduced regularity. It also results in increased maintenance and repair costs. Our patented technology ensures that the microemulsions consist of a homogeneous mixture of water and oil micro droplets which form an extremely stable emulsion. Laboratory tests made by accredited laboratories confirm that even the microemulsion made from ultra light diesel contains no free water.