How Does it Work on Petrol and Diesel?

The effect of magnetism on fuel to improve its combustion properties is nothing new. It was first employed during the second world war by the Royal Air Force on Spitfire and Hurricane Aircraft and shown to produce greater ranger and better performance from poor quality fuel.

Of course the devices used then were cumbersome as only electromagnetism could provide sufficient power.

Whilst there has been much development and debate over the past 50 years, with many former sceptics turning into delighted customers, there still remains no definitive scientific explanation as to exactly what is happening.

The following explanation is based purely on extensive analysis of the positive results achieved at numerous installations and then trying to find a rationale to explain them.

The Internal Combustion Engine

Internal Combustion Engine 1)  Fuel inside the cylinder is ignited by an electric spark from a spark plug.

2)  The fuel explodes when it burns. The explosion pushes down the piston, which turns a crankshaft.

3)  As the crankshaft turns, it makes the wheels go round and the car moves.

Thus you have the finite time it takes the piston to go up and down for the combustion process to take place.

Whatever fuel hasn't burnt in that finite time is waste hydrocarbon - Unburnt Fuel - and this can be measured in the exhaust gases.


When you fit a Motoflow - exactly the same amount goes into the cylinder.

However, passing the fuel through the strong Motoflow magnetic field 'excites' the fuel and allows it to react more rapidly with oxygen.

In doing so you burn more of the same amount of fuel, in the same amount of time, i.e. The fuel is being burnt more completely.

Motoflow creates more energy/power from the same given volume of fuel. If you use that Energy up - You don't save any money.

We have always encouraged our customers to record their 'before and after' fuel consumption so they can see the difference in performance. (After all, if our customers not completely happy, they can return the motoflow back to us at the end of 90 days for a 100% refund)

For those who don't feel that monitoring fuel consumption would be something they would be able to stick with for each fill up, then a more simple way to see the changes, would be to compare the before and after 'HC' (Hydrocarbon) levels which is shown on an emmissions test (in the UK, done with each MOT) Hydrocarbon being the waste fuel which isn't being burnt and converted into energy. To see this hydrocarbon figure reduce, shows that the vehicle is burning it, instead of it coming out of the exhaust with the other emissions.

For anyone who wishes to measure their fuel consumption before and after fitting a motoflow, please click  to download a Brim to Brim form.

Click to read one of our customer testimonials on how much they are saving. 

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