Enerteck Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, specializes in the sales and marketing, and manufacturing of a fuel borne catalytic engine treatment for diesel engines, known as EnerBurn. The company utilizes a sales process that includes detailed proprietary customer fleet monitoring protocols in on-road applications that quantify data and assists in managing certain internal combustion diesel engine operating results while utilizing EnerBurn. Test data prepared by Southwest Research Institute and actual customer usage has indicated that the use of EnerBurn in diesel engines improves fuel economy, lowers smoke, and decreases engine wear and the dangerous emissions of both Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and microscopic airborne solid matter (particulates). The company has created marketing alliances domestically and internationally with two marketing groups, EnerGreen Technologies PTY (EnerGreen), based in Australia; and G2 Fuel Technologies, LLC (G2 Technologies), a minority owned marketing firm working in both the domestic and foreign markets. The company has owned a 40% membership interest in a newly formed entity called EnerTeck Environmental, LLC (EnerTeck Environmental), which was formed for the purpose of marketing and selling a diesel fuel emission reduction technology with the creators of such specific technology. Products and Services The Diesel Fuel Additive Product Line EnerBurn Combustion Catalyst for Diesel Fuel: EnerBurn is a liquid, chemical formulation, sold in bulk quantities to fleet and vessel operators, under three product codes differentiated by market application and product concentration. Although added to diesel fuel and referred to as a diesel fuel additive within the industry, EnerBurn functions as an engine treatment application by removing carbon deposits from the combustion surfaces of the engine and reducing further carbon deposit buildup. It also provides for an increased rate of combustion. By adding EnerBurn to diesel fuel in accordance with proprietary methodology, it forms a non-hazardous catalytic surface in the diesel engine combustion chamber and on the surface of the piston heads. This surface is visible in the form of a monomolecular film that develops after initiation of treatment and remains active for a period of time after cessation of treatment. The buildup of carbon within the combustion chamber of a diesel engine can generate greater exhaust opacity and increased engine wear. These carbon deposits can cause piston rings to stick and reduce compression resulting in decreased engine efficiency with extended use. EnerBurn Volumetric Proportioning Injector Equipment (VPI) Volumetric proportioning injection equipment is used to deliver proper dosage ratios of EnerBurn to the diesel fuel, and are offered to its customers in support of an EnerBurn sale. Three equipment vendors supply additive injection equipment to the company that is either installed at a bulk fueling depot or onboard the vehicle or vessel. Target Markets The company’s principal target markets include the trucking, heavy construction, maritime shipping, railroad and mining industries, as well as federal, state and international government applications. Government Regulation - Fuel Additive Registration The company needs to comply with registration requirements for each geographic jurisdiction in which it sells EnerBurn. In 2001, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act (40 CFR 79.23) issued permit number EC 5805A in connection with the use of EnerBurn. This registration allows EnerBurn to be used anywhere in the United States for highway use in all over-the-road diesel applications. Additionally, in 2004, the company received a second EPA permit, permit number EC 5931A in connection with the use of EnerBurn. This registration allows EC 5931A to be used anywhere in the United States for use in all diesel applications. Under these registrations, the company has pass through rights from the formulator, blender and supplier to sell EnerBurn in on-road applications. Trademarks The company owns the EnerBurn trademark, and the EnerBurn formulas and technology. Competition The company’s primary competitors include Lubrizol Corporation; Chevron Oronite Company (a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation); Octel Corp.; Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc.; and Ethyl Corporation. History Enerteck Corporation was incorporated under the laws of the state of Washington in 1935.
enerteck corp (ETCK:OTC US)
10701 Corporate Drive
Stafford, TX 77477
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