How Is the Viscon Product Tested?

 

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The equity owner of Viscon USA and Viscon International, Levon Termendzhyan manufactures and distributes the Viscon product, a diesel fuel additive that boosts performance and reduces particulate-matter emissions. Under the leadership of Levon Termendzhyan, this product has been successfully tested in numerous countries around the world, including Turkey, Australia, and Canada.

To evaluate the Viscon fuel-additive correctly, governments, companies, and institutions need to separate participating engines into a candidate group and a control group. The former receives the Viscon product and must consist of at least 10 to 15 engines for the results to be significant. Meanwhile, the control group also consists of 10 to 15 engines, but these systems do not receive the fuel additive.

At the beginning, both candidate and control groups are measured using untreated diesel fuel to obtain a baseline score. This test should last at least 50 hours or one month and include records of the fuel added to the tank, the total amount used during the trial period, and averages in both groups. The candidate group then receives the Viscon additive and continues operating for at least 150 hours or three months. Again, operational mileage, total fuel used, and averages are recorded for both groups.

A second baseline measurement can also be completed at the end of the treatment trial. However, this one is optional. Once all the information is gathered, comparisons between the two groups can be made to determine the effects of the Viscon product.

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Common Questions about Viscon’s Product and Technology

 

Viscon – Improving Engine Performance While Cutting Emissions

 

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A native of Armenia, Levon Termendzhyan guides Viscon International, Inc., which has developed a fuel additive that reduces the particulate matter and greenhouse gas emissions from diesel fuel. Levon Termendzhyan’s firm has brought to market a hydrocarbon polymer fuel additive.

The polymer was initially tested over 20 years ago at California’s China Lake missile sites and discovered to be a way to moderate the smoke, heat, size, and volatility connected with jet fuel explosions. The original polymer was altered to boost vehicle fuel combustion performance.

A key benefit of Viscon is its compatibility with the full range of spark ignition engines and compression ignition engines. Moreover, it can be safely used with any grade of diesel or gasoline fuel. Viscon also does not impact sensitive mechanisms such as oxygen sensors and catalytic converters. In addition, it is free of the alcohols and aromatics prevalent in many other fuel additive products, which could potentially damage your engine.

Emissions-Friendly Viscon Additive Tested and Demonstrated in Quebec

 

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As equity owner of Viscon International, Levon Termendzhyan guides a California company that promotes clean air through a fuel additive designed to boost diesel vehicle efficiency and decrease particulate matter emissions. The additive produced by Levon Termendzhyan’s company was featured in a 2016 Truck News article about an event in Quebec hosted by Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Test and Research Center’s PIT Group.

Over the past decade, the high-speed track at the Motor Vehicle Test and Research Center (MVTRC) has been an epicenter of Canadian testing of fuel savings technologies. One of the vendors prominently featured at the 2016 event was Green Industry Innovations Group, an Ontario-headquartered company that has created the X1-R Lean Fuel Burn with the Viscon additive.

The benefits of Viscon as a fuel additive are already established. It has been approved for use toward emissions reduction goals by both the US Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board. Through the groundbreaking Texas Low Emission Diesel initiative, refineries in the state have treated billions of gallons of diesel with the additive, and Viscon has been tested in both test track and urban driving conditions through the Société des Alcools du Québec. This has increased the impetus for mandated use of the additive in jurisdictions across North America.