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X-1R Lubrication and Fuel Products presentation
X-1R Corporation has over 160 products, but we
would like to focus on 2 of our product solutions.
(If used together average fuel savings increases greatly)
XR20-D
Emissions and Fuel Reduction Treatment
Provides: fuel savings, engine cleaning and emission reduction in one product
(This product has treated 5 Billion Gallons + of Fuel)
X-1R XLF HD
Engine Treatment
Provides: proven friction and heat reduction, increases MPG
(This product moves the 12 million pound space shuttle crawler)
X-1R Diesel Fuel Treatment
 XR20-D
(Fuel Economy Improvement)
• Proven Fleet Fuel Savings- in Multiples of Cost of Product
• Meets or exceeds the joint EMA/TMC pump grade specification for
detergency and accelerated thermal stability
• Meets and exceeds NCWM premium diesel fuel specs for injector
cleanliness and thermal stability and thermal stability
• Meets or exceeds Cummins CES 60032 requirements
• Contains demulsifies for water interaction control
• Superior Performance- Cummins L-10 Injector deposit test. CRC rating
<10
• Removes deposits that deteriorate fuel economy & emissions
• Passes Class 8 Truck Fuel Filter Plugging Test
X-1R Diesel Fuel Treatment
 XR20-D
(Emission Reduction)
• Reduces PM’s (particulate matter) emissions- 64% idling, 15%
operations
• Technology Approved for Texas L.E.D. for Emission Reduction- Shell,
Valero and Citgo have treated 5 billions gallons of diesel fuel, to date.
• Testing for Emission Reduction performed by Olson Ecologic Engine
• Letter from California Air Resource Board (C.A.R.B) confirming effective
emission reduction technology
• Recommendation from R20 California Environmental Board
8.3 % Diesel Fuel Savings Field Test
8.3% Fuel Savings- 90 day test
3 Month Test- 8 School Bus's Bentonville Arkansas School Fleet
Conclusion of Test- AFDT-9811 achieved
PAIR # 1
Date
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/04/08
03/10/08
03/24/08
Bus Number 87
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
86,991
87,053
87,121
87,301
87,485
87,609
87,766
87,982
87,053
87,121
87,301
87,485
87,609
87,766
87,982
88,292
9.00
10.00
26.25
25.00
16.00
22.00
28.00
38.00
6.89
6.80
6.86
7.36
7.75
7.14
7.71
8.16
Date
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/05/08
03/11/08
03/14/08
PAIR # 2
Bus Number 89
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
85,166
85,229
85,298
85,449
85,574
85,699
85,867
86,105
85,229
85,298
85,449
85,574
85,699
85,867
86,105
86,324
10.00
11.00
24.00
26.00
16.00
26.00
30.00
28.00
7.47
6.30
6.27
6.29
4.81
7.81
6.46
7.93
7.82
Date
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/06/08
03/12/08
03/25/08
Bus Number 90
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
109,190
109,247
109,318
109,476
109,649
109,764
109,992
110,222
109,247
109,318
109,476
109,649
109,764
109,992
110,222
110,557
8.00
10.00
22.00
24.00
13.00
30.00
30.00
41.00
6.77
Date
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/06/08
03/12/08
03/25/08
81,991
82,048
82,108
82,275
82,389
82,504
82,730
82,959
82,048
82,108
82,275
82,389
82,504
82,730
82,959
83,260
10.00
11.00
29.00
16.00
19.00
34.00
34.00
41.00
5.70
5.45
5.76
7.13
6.05
6.65
6.74
7.34
6.54
Date
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/06/08
03/13/08
67,051
67,104
67,164
67,310
67,416
67,520
67,727
67,104
67,164
67,310
67,416
67,520
67,727
67,988
9.00
10.00
24.00
15.00
15.00
30.00
37.00
5.89
6.00
6.08
7.07
6.93
6.90
7.05
Date
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/03/08
03/07/08
03/11/08
03/14/08
03/26/08
Bus Number 94
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
79,586
79,657
79,725
80,021
80,186
80,332
80,514
80,696
80,890
81,160
79,657
79,725
80,021
80,186
80,332
80,514
80,696
80,890
81,160
81,381
6.69
With Additive
Pair # 1
0.91
1.03
0.132
Pair # 2
1.02
1.12
0.098
Pair # 3
0.98
1.01
0.031
Pair # 4
1.01
0.071
122,214
122,292
122,372
122,599
122,753
122,905
123,106
123,293
123,600
122,292
122,372
122,599
122,753
122,905
123,106
123,293
123,600
123,909
10.00
11.00
29.00
21.00
21.00
27.00
25.00
41.00
40.00
7.80
7.27
7.83
7.33
7.24
7.44
7.48
7.49
7.73
7.53
PAIR # 4
Bus Number 93
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
T/C Ratio
No Additive
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/04/08
03/07/08
03/13/08
03/26/08
Bus Number 95
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
7.68
PAIR # 3
Bus Number 92
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
7.13
7.10
7.18
7.21
8.85
7.60
7.67
8.17
Date
13.2% Fuel Savings
9.8% Fuel Savings
3.12% Fuel Savings (data incomplete)
7.1% Fuel Savings
See television news story on X-1R
http://www.x1r.com/
9.00
10.00
38.00
26.00
17.00
21.00
28.00
26.00
28.00
29.00
7.89
6.80
7.79
6.35
8.59
8.67
6.50
7.46
9.64
7.62
7.74
Date
02/14/08
02/19/08
02/22/08
02/26/08
02/28/08
03/04/08
03/12/08
03/26/08
Bus Number 96
Starting Ending Fuel Used Miles per
Mileage Mileage
(gal)
Gallon
79,465
79,533
79,601
79,787
79,923
80,066
80,327
80,658
79,533
79,601
79,787
79,923
80,066
80,327
80,658
80,987
10.00
10.00
26.00
15.00
19.00
34.00
43.00
41.00
6.80
6.80
7.15
9.07
7.53
7.68
7.70
8.02
7.69
CUMMINS L-10 TEST PROCEDURE:
¨ Using a 1990 Cummins L-10 engine, the procedure was designed to simulate the severe injector carbonizing problems that were first
experienced in 1988 L-10 and NT engines. This field problem caused engines to lose as much as 15% of their maximum power in as little as
40,000 miles. The test cycle is as follows:

Step
1
2
3
Time
RPM
Load
15 sec.
2300
55-65 FHP
15 sec.
2300
Closed throttle motoring
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for a total of 125 hours
¨ To pass the L-10 test requires a CRC rating of the plunger of less than 10 and an average injector flow loss of less than 6%.
L-10 TEST ENGINE
CUMMINS L-10 INJECTOR
PLUNGER before and after
XR20 Use.
Rating
Area
Fail
Rating =20.8
Pass
Rating =2.7
CUMMINS L-10 PLUNGER RATINGS
30
25
CUMMINS L-10 TEST RESULTS
BASE FUEL WAS CAT 1K REFERENCE FUEL
¨ CASE 1: FRONT ENGINE: ADDITIVE
CO CONNCENTRATION WAS 126 PPMV
¨ CASE 2: FRONT ENGINE: ADDITIVE
CO CONCENTRATION WAS 113 PPMV
CRC Plunger Rating
¨
20
15
10
¨ CASE 3: REAR ENGINE: ADDITIVE
CO CONCENTRATION WAS 333 PPMV
5
¨ A PLUNGER RATING OF LESS THAN
10 I 10 IS A “PASS”
0
Case 1
Case 2
Base Fuel
Case 3
Base + Detergent
X-1R HD - Industrial Engine Treatment
 X-1R HD
 Proven in engines with High (EP) Conditions
 Anti-Wear Technology proven and endorsed by NASA
 Comprehensive Anti-Corrosion Inhibitors- prevents Rust Formation
for all metal surfaces
 Formulated to Increase host Oil Life- up to 20%
 Increases Heat and Pressure ranges for synthetic and natural oils
 Dramatically Reduces Engine Heat Caused by Friction
 Protects Engine from cold starts and loss of oil pressure
 Improves Fuel Economy & Horsepower
X-1R HD Engine Treatment-Load Bearing Test
The Falex Corporation
As clearly seen in the graph the addition of
X-1R Concentrate at 6% to the Texaco Rando
R&O 32 increased the fluid film strength by
approximately 50.4%. While at the same
time reducing the wear measurements by
approximately 85.7%
Note: The percentage value was taken from
100 kgf, where both fluids were last
measured concurrently. The Texaco Rando
R&O 32 seized at 126 kgf, therefore there
were no reading available for this product
after that point. However the Texaco Rando
R&O 32 with the X-1R Concentrate continued
to perform to 250 kgf.
Summary: As visibly documented above,
protection values of the lubes with the
addition of the X-1R Concentrate were, for all
intent and purposes, doubled and the
reduction in wear was even greater.
Therefore fewer breakdowns, less downtime,
and diminished mechanical failures should be
apparent.
Credentials
X-1R has stood up to rigorous testing by:
 American Society of
Mechanical Engineers
(ASME)
 Swedish National Testing
and Research Institute
 Oakland University-Dept.
of Mechanical Engineering
 The Falex Corporation
 AMI American Motorcycle Institute, Inc.
 NASA
 University of Florida – Dr.
Gerald J. Micklow
 QC Laboratories
 Herguth Laboratories
 Morgan McClure Racing
 Elliott Brothers Racing
 Hav-A-Tampa Dirt Series.
 Pro Cup Racing Series 2014
Racing Teams
X-1R Technology Testing
Fuel Economy Test – Gerald Micklow, Ph.D., President, Performance Engineering, Dept. of
Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Dr. Gerald Micklow, President of Performance Engineering: an American Society of
Mechanical Engineers comprehensive test plan was performed for the validation of fuel
economy improvements. This was done according to industry standards and American
Society for Testing Standards.
X-1R was proven to increase fuel economy an average of 7-10% verified by American
Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Load Bearing Test – Falex Corporation
The protection values of the lubricants with the addition of the X-1R Concentrate at 6% ratio
were for all intents and purposes doubled and the reduction of wear was even greater.
Therefore fewer breakdowns, less downtime and diminished mechanical failures should be
apparent.
Metal Treatment – QC Laboratories
QC Laboratories test results confirms and validates X-1R impregnates the surface of ferrous
metals, in metal to metal contact situations, thereby increasing the Rockwell-B-Hardness
from 35 Rb to 72 Rb.
Wear Reduction – Dr. Gary Barber, Ph.D., Oakland University, Dept. of Mechanical
Engineering
Under the supervision of Dr. Gary Barber, a consulting engineer for Detroit Diesel, tests were
performed and concluded that X-1R reduced wear up to 47%.
X-1R Technology Testing
Vibration Analysis – Delco Remy
A controlled maintenance users group performed vibration analysis testing on X-1R. The
results show that adding X-1R to premium SH rated oil and grease significantly reduced
vibration in their equipment. It resulted in higher productivity, longer equipment life, less
downtime and less effects in manufactured parts.
Oil Analysis – Herguth Laboratories, Inc.
Spectrochemical data shows compatibility of X-1R with name brand lubricants and shows
X-1R does not affect viscosity of oil.
X-1R is Non-Conductive – U.E.C.
U.E.C. Electrical test report shows X-1R does not conduct electricity and has exceeded
OSHA’s requirements of 69KV.
Swedish Tribology Test
Swedish National Testing and Research Institute confirms tribological testing with X-1R
added to oil, increased the surface density of the metal, therefore, reducing wear.
NASA – Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center: The predictive engineering technology group proved X-1R when
added to a common lubrication oil or a superior high quality performance oil will significantly
reduce operating temperatures in equipment.

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