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Hyderabad-based techie develops mileage booster for vehicles to save fuel

With the aim to reduce carbon footprint, a Hyderabad-based technician has developed an innovative mileage booster for vehicles that helps save fuel

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With the aim to reduce carbon footprint, a Hyderabad-based technician has developed an innovative mileage booster for that helps save fuel.

David Eshkol, the Chief Technologist and the developer of 5M Mileage Boost has been in the field of for quite a time now. With an intention to contribute his part to innovations that could effectively reduce the carbon footprint, he developed 5M Mileage Boost.

The '5M' in the name stands for the five benefits of this mileage booster. According to Eshkol, this booster helps in more mileage per litre fuel, more pickup for the vehicles, more smoothness in driving, more torque and Thrust and the most importantly more pollution control.

Speaking to ANI, Eshkol said, "This 5M Mileage boost is an that is carried out on vehicle engines without opening the engine itself. The developed machine of 5M Mileage Boost is connected to the vehicle engine through the intake manifold. The ultrasonic waves and gaseous plasma are then sent into the engine for a time being depending on the CC of the engine."

He said that the mileage booster was developed back in 2014 and since 2008 he has been working on a machine that would help in not just picking up the mileage of the vehicle but also contribute to the environment by reducing the carbon emission to as much as possible.

Eshkol mentioned that till date he is able to boost the engines of around 8,000 including two-wheelers, four-wheelers and in some cases to trucks and buses. He said any vehicle between 100 cc to 10,000 cc can be processed using this .

Explaining the process, he said, "In general, when a vehicle takes in 100 units of energy in the form of any fuel only 12.6 units of energy is given to the wheels for running while the rest, which is a major portion of the energy goes waste to overcome friction at various levels. Our innovation works on these friction points and makes use lesser energy."

Eshkol further said that he is looking for an established automobile entity to come forward and use this technology that would help them offer increased mileage but also with less carbon emission for their vehicles.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Tue, July 06 2021. 08:05 IST