An equity owner in Viscon USA, Levon Termendzhyan has been working in the clean energy industry for several decades. With his assistance, Viscon USA distributes Viscon, a fuel additive that reduces particulate matter emissions. This product is distributed through Viscon International, Inc., another company led by Levon Termendzhyan, to numerous countries around the world.
A technology-driven company, Viscon USA develops, manufactures, and markets various products for the fuel market. The following are several commonly asked questions about the company’s technology and primary product, Viscon:
Q: How did Viscon develop its technology?
A: The Viscon technology was initially created as a jet fuel compound. It was created as part of a program from the United States Department of Defense in an effort to lower explosion hazards. When the company examined the compound in more detail, it discovered that it also reduces engine temperatures and improves combustion.
Q: Did the EPA approve the product?
A: According to the EPA, fuel additives consist of any substance that is not composed only of hydrogen and/or carbon. Because Viscon is a pure hydrocarbon, it does not have to be regulated by the EPA. Still, Viscon is neither toxic nor will it damage paint, thanks to its lack of caustic chemicals.
Q: Are there long-term effects of using Viscon in engines?
A: Since Viscon is a pure hydrocarbon, it does not detrimentally affect diesel or gasoline engines. Its active ingredient burns into a gas, leaving no residue, and the technology has been used in gasoline for over 50 years. Even putting too much Viscon will not harm the engine, although it may negate the product’s effects.