Fitch Fuel Catalyst

Fitch Fuel Catalyst

ESTs Fitch Fuel Catalyst (FFC) is a patented metallic alloy that reformulates fuel on board a vehicle prior to combustion. Placed in the fuel tank or housed in a canister and connected into an engine’s fuel system between the fuel tank and the engine, the molecular structure of fuel is modified by the catalyst alloy to a state where it is capable of a more complete combustion. As a result, the engine converts the chemical energy in the fuel to mechanical energy in a more efficient and complete manner.


By installing the FFC, engine power is increased and toxic emissions per unit of fuel are decreased. As fuel passes over the catalyst, gasoline or diesel are reformulated into a superior quality of fuel allowing a combustion engine to extract the maximum amount of energy with minimal emissions. Warranted for 250,000 miles (consumer applications) or 500,000 miles (commercial applications), or equivalent operating hours, the FFC is a permanent treatment that does not lose its potency and never dissolves or deteriorates which is why it differs from additives that require replenishing.

FFC Benefits

  • Increased gasoline octane & diesel cetane
  • Improved engine performance (horsepower & torque)
  • Improved fuel economy (2.5 – 5.0 mpg)
  • Allows vehicles requiring mid-grade or premium octane fuel to use lower grade octane w/o sacrificing performance
  • Reduced emissions (e.g., cleaner burn)
  • Reduced maintenance
  • Lowers soot content in the lubricating oil
  • Minimized injector and fuel system maintenance
  • Minimized exhaust system maintenance
  • Extends engine oil life typically between 2500 – 3500 more miles per year

FFC Credentials

  • Proven Technology – The FFC is a result of a research program between the manufacturer, and The University of Connecticut Department of Chemical Engineering, funded in part by the U.S. Department of Defense and Department of Energy
  • 10 Patents issued or applied for
  • Pursuant to State of Connecticut 63 Public Act 09-07 Test Bed Legislation for Energy-Efficient Technologies, a Standardization Transaction has been approved and administered by the DAS (Dept. of Administrative Services) for the purchase and installation of the FFC at CT Dept. of Environmental Protection
  • FFC Contract Award 8/24/2010 – Funds were allocated to the City of Allentown, PA through the Energy-Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009
  • Scientific Peer Reviewed Published Papers – Journal of American Chemical Society – Sept. 24, 2005
  • UL (Underwriters Laboratory) Listed MH45234
  • CARB (California Air Resources Board) – Executive Order No. D-352-2
  • Lloyds’ Register approved
  • (ABS) approved
  • New York City Buildings OTCR code classified AC28-113.4
  • Accredited standards of BBB (Better Business Bureau)
  • GSA Contract Awarded – GS-07F-0479V

Customers – Fortune 500 Companies, Institutions, Municipalities

  • New York City Housing Authority & New York City Schools
  • Verizon Communications
  • Marquette Transportation
  • Phillips Electronic
  • Conoco Philips
  • Grand Hyatt Resort
  • Sheraton Resort
  • Constellation Energy Power Plant
  • Municipalities – City of Torrington, Town of Sharon, City of Allentown

Independent Magazine Evaluations & Editorials

  • Sport Truck – reported: 2.5 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • JP magazine – reported: 2.7 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • Muscle Car Review – reported: 2.9 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • Four Wheeler – reported: 1.2 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • Diesel Power – reported: 1.15 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • 8 Lug Diesel – reported: 1.5 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • –reported: 3 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • 4 Wheel & Sport Utility – reported: 2.6 mpg increase in fuel economy
  • Off Road – reported: 2.11 mpg increase in fuel economy

The Fitch Fuel Catalyst treats fuel, not a make, model or year of a vehicle or engine. All engines will benefit from the use of the FFC. An engine operates most efficiently and produces maximum power and torque when it is running on the highest quality fuel. Gasoline and diesel is at its most optimal quality when it is first refined but unfortunately during storage and transportation, fuel quality diminishes.

Sacrificed power/torque and efficiency of an engine may be the result of a less than optimal fuel. A less than optimal fuel will also produce emissions, soot build up, and deposits in engine oil and injectors. The Fitch permanent fuel treatment will boost octane in gasoline, increase cetane in diesel and re-refine the fuel quality, returning it to a superior “refinery” fresh state guaranteeing maximum performance and efficiency from the engine. The Fitch is not an additive but a long term fuel treatment solution.

Independent Testing:

Vehicle and Engine Emission Testing Services
OceanAir Environmental, LLC
Intertek Caleb Brett
Energy Research Center, Inc

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