Techie from Hyderabad develops mileage boosters for automobiles, Auto Information, ET Auto

Hyderabad (Telangana): With the aim of reducing the CO2 footprint, a technician from Hyderabad has developed an innovative kilometer booster for vehicles that helps save fuel.

David Eshkol, chief technologist and developer of 5M Mileage Boost, has been involved in innovation for a long time. With the intention of doing his part to innovate that can effectively reduce the carbon footprint, he created 5M Mileage Boost.

The “5M” in the name stands for the five advantages of this kilometer booster. According to Eshkol, this booster helps to achieve more kilometers per liter of fuel, more pickups for the vehicles, smoother running, more torque and thrust and, above all, more pollution.

Speaking to ANI, Eshkol said: “This 5M Mileage Boost is an innovation that is carried out on vehicle engines without opening the engine itself. The engine developed by 5M Mileage Boost is connected to the vehicle engine via the intake manifold. The ultrasonic waves and gaseous plasma are then temporarily directed into the engine, depending on the CC of the engine. “

He said the kilometer booster was developed back in 2014 and has been working on a machine since 2008 that not only helps track the mileage of the vehicle, but also helps the environment by reducing CO2 emissions as much as possible .

Eshkol mentioned that to date he has been able to improve the engines of around 8,000 vehicles, including two-wheelers, four-wheelers and, in some cases, trucks and buses. With this innovation, every vehicle between 100 ccm and 10,000 ccm can be processed.

He explained the process, “In general, when a vehicle consumes 100 units of energy in the form of fuel, only 12.6 units of energy are given to the wheels to run, while the rest, which is a large part of the energy, is wasted on the wheels to overcome friction at different levels. Our innovation works on these friction points and ensures that vehicles consume less energy. “

Eshkol went on to say that he is looking for an established auto company to use this technology that would help them provide higher mileage but also lower CO2 emissions for their vehicles.

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