“In testing, engines with the treated diesel fuel had 20 to 30 percent fewer nitrogen oxide emissions and used $500 less fuel per day than engines with untreated diesel.” (Reference page 25 of the report, center column, third paragraph.)Click on the link above to download.
The Department of Energy had testing performed at Penn State University where it was shown that NOx decreased by 11% and particulate matter mass decreased by 33-58%.
Other benefits from the production of cleaner energy:
Greener annual report
Improved company image
Health risks reduced
Extending the life of diesel particulate filters
Why do diesel engines smoke?
Simply put, smoke is unburned fuel. ACES II has been found to greatly reduce (in some cases eliminate) visible smoke.