What Is Eco Power?

EcoPower Fuel Energizer is a revolutionary magnetic device that is scientifically designed using advanced technology which break and realign the hydrocarbon chains when the fuel passing through the fuel line of your vehicle, The magnetic field created by ecoPower Fuel Energizer ionizes the fuel being fed to the engine, which itself produce more complete combustion, achieving maximized of fuel economy {more mileage per gallon}, increase power output and at the same time reduce harmful emissions.


Most fuels for internal combustion engines are liquid and will not combust easily till they are vaporized and mixed with air. Most emissions from motor vehicles consist of unburned hydrocarbon, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen. Unburned hydrocarbon and oxides of nitrogen react in the atmosphere and create smog.

Fuel mainly consists of hydrocarbons. These groupings of hydrocarbons, when flowing through a magnetic field, change their orientations of magnetization in a direction opposite to that of the magnetic field and at the same time intermolecular force is considerably reduced or depressed. These will help to disperse oil particles and to become finely divided. In addition, hydrogen ions in fuel and oxygen ions in air or steam are magnetized to form magnetic domains which will assist in atomizing fuel into finer particles.


Guaranteed mileage improvement Protects and prolongs engine parts Smoother engine operation (Less vibration & noise- the most immediate sensation) Rapid payback Improves power and torque Reduced visible black smog & toxic gas emission Easy installation without tools (DIY) Works on diesel and petrol No modification of fuel line

Intrested to Order Pls email to matcargo@gmail.com Eco Power Feul Saver 1 Set RM 168.00 / USD 47.90

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Don't On Your Aircond When Starting Your Car


Please note and circulate...

Do not turn on A/C immediately as soon as you enter the car!

Please open the windows after you enter your car and do not turn ON the 

air-conditioning immediately. According to a research done, the car dashboard,  

sofa, air freshener emits Benzene, a Cancer causing toxin (carcinogen- take note 
of the heated plastic smell in your car). In addition to causing cancer, it poisons 
your bones, causes anemia, and reduces white blood cells. Prolonged exposure
will cause Leukemia, increasing the risk of cancer may also cause miscarriage.  

Acceptable Benzene level indoors is 50 mg per sq. ft. A car parked indoors with 

the windows closed will contain 400-800 mg of Benzene. If parked outdoors 
under the sun at a temperature above 60 degrees F, the Benzene level goes up 
to 2000-4000 mg, 40 times the acceptable level... & the people inside the car will 
inevitably inhale an excess amount of the toxins. 

It is recommended that you open the windows and door to give time for
the interior to air out before you enter. Benzene is a toxin that affects your 
kidney and liver, and is very difficult for your body to expel this toxic stuff.




Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Fuel Technologies in Automobiles

Most of the cars in the world are run by internal combustion engines using gasoline or diesel fuels for propulsion. However, there is massive concern regarding the air pollution caused by the usage of such vehicles hence alternative fuel technologies are being looked into. Other factors that might lead to its decline are the increasing prices of oil-based products and stricter environmental laws. Global warming is finally being recognized as a global issue hence the emission of the greenhouse gases by these automobiles has to be looked into. Other than gasoline and diesel, petroleum products such as Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) are also used in some internal combustion engines.
Diesel was first used as a fuel in automobiles in the 1930s, introduced by Mercedes Benz and Citroen. Diesel has much higher fuel burn efficiency as compared to petrol. However, they require better filters to handle exhaust gases of fine soot particles which are called diesel particulate matter. Cars that run on gasoline are generally lighter and can work at higher rotational speeds. Sports cars are normally fitted with gasoline engines due to this reason. A catalytic converter may be used to clean up exhaust gases released. Biofuels are also used in some automobiles to increase octane, improve emissions or simply as an alternative to petroleum fuels. Ethanol is used popularly as fuel in Brazil; it caters to almost 20% of the automotive fuel need of the nation.
Electric cars and stream driven engines were produced way before gas powered engines. Steam powered engines could not run until the boiler pressure was available; additionally they tended to be very heavy so they never achieved mass popularity as a road vehicle. Initially, the electric cars had an advantage as they were silent as compared to the loud gas powered engines, a problem which was later rectified. However, there are many reasons which led to their downfall. The batteries of these cards needed to be recharged regularly so they were not fit to travel on for a long range. The extra weight these batteries occupied was another disadvantage. Henry Ford struck the greatest blow in their popularity by mass producing gas powered engines at affordable rates. In the 1950s there was some interest in gas turbine engines but no cars reached production due to high fuel consumption, delay in throttle response and a lack of engine braking. Cars which use compressed air like the Tata/MDI OneCAT Air Car are being developed as an alternative. There are several prototypes available. These cars either use solely air or air combined with diesel/ethanol/gasoline.
Rocket and jet cars are another alternative to the normal road automobiles. These cars are propelled by propulsive jets which are emitted from rocket, turbojet or turbofan engines. In 1997, the ThrustSSC used two turbofans with reheat and was able to go beyond the speed of sound at ground level. It is safe to say, however, these cars will probably never go into mass production for the general audience. The major asset of rocket and jet cars is their ability to reach great speeds.
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Monday, February 23, 2009

Eco Vista Electricity Optimizer

What is it?

A Premium-Class Electricity Optimizer that assures unrivalled and instant reduction in your electricity bill for many years to come.
How much?

ecoVista comes with 2 models:
M1-for monthly electricity bill less than RM 400 (RM 238.00)
M2-for monthly electricity bill more than RM 400 (RM 288.00)
What should I know?

A 40W fluorescent ligh actually consumes 80W of energy? Even an 18W energy saving light will waste 30W of energy.
Why should I know?

Because of poor quality of electricity over the network, poor quality of components used to reduce manufacturing costs and poorly designed electrical appliances.

Invest in ecoVista Electricity Optimizer to immediately start saving up to 30% of your electricity bill.
How does it work?

It will auto-sense the incoming load and instantly deploy a full-push characteristics to eliminate electrical wastes. The recycled energy would also significantly improve the PowerFactor.Furthermore, unstable voltage would be smoothen current spike suppressed and safety cut-off any lightning strikes.
Any approval or SIRIM tested?

Yes, it has undergone stern tests and is approved by SIRIM. It uses UL certified components. It has also received approval and certificationfrom Energy Commission of Malaysia.

Is this legal?

Yes, it is absolutely 100% legal. As a matter of fact, TNB will fine big factories for not installing this type of device if they consume electricity inefficiently... every month!
Hmmm... How about the warranty?

This product comes with 24-months Manufacturing Warranty + 30-days Money Back Guarantee (with RM 30 fee)
Do you share any information from my order?

No, your information remains confidential. We respect your privacy.

how to use it

Just plug it into any 13A electrical outlet and switch it on. The LED light will light up.For optimum result, select the outlet nearest to the Distribution Board. Avoid plugging into an extension cord.For 3-phase wiring, 3 units are required.One unit required for each phase. Please refer to a qualified electrician/ wireman for proper installation method.

1. Do not touch the conducting pins with your fingers. This may cause electrical shock.
2. Only unplug the electricity optimizer once the LED light has completely dimmed.
3. Do not open the unit. The circuit may contain sufficient power to electrocute.
Effectively save your money on monthly electricity bill by up to 30%

Effectively improve your electrical appliances (radio, tv, microwave, refrigerator etc.) performance

Effectively improve your electrical appliances (radio, tv, microwave, refrigerator etc.) life span

Effectively reduce the overheating of wires to avoid the risk of fire hazard

An effective current surge protector and a reliable powerful lighting arrestor

Effectively regulate and stabilize electricity supply voltage to ensure the supplies are safe and stable

Effectively works for a single and three phase, 240V and 110V electrical systems

Easy to use, maintenance free, absolutely no wiring needed

Effectively improve power factor and avoid penalties

And no worries about the installation, just plug it in and you'll definitely be more safer - both physically and financially.

Friday, January 9, 2009

The Many Pay Offs And Benefits To You From Having A Good Auto Fuel Economy

Judging by several public opinion polls and surveys periodically conducted among motorists and consumers by reliable national polling organizations, automobile gas costs and prices have been at the very top of the consumer concerns in Canada and the United States in recent years. Clearly, high and escalating cost of fuel are a great source of worry and concern by the consumers in these countries, and most consumers would love nothing better than to have them in the lower range today, as in the yester years.

In deed, just about everybody and every institution in the society, including the government of the day, frequently tell us that having lower prices and costs for fuel would be just about the most desirable and beneficial thing for the society and for almost everybody - economically, politically, and militarily. Just recently, only in December 2007, the U.S. Congress enacted, and President Bush signed into law, the "Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007," designed to tackle precisely that very same concern - reducing the average driver's demand and usage of fuel by requiring that the driver meet a fuel economy standard of 35 MPG (miles per gallon) by the year 2020. That will mean an increase of 40 percent in fuel economy over current situation, literally meaning a savings of some 40 percent in the fuel costs of the average driver compared to today.

Fine. But does everybody, do most motorists, know the reason why, exactly, it is really good and beneficial that the average motorist or consumer should have good fuel economy in his or her driving, any way - aside from just the obvious economic reason or benefit that it would save you fuel and put more money in your pocket?

Following below, are some of the most significant reasons and benefits, aside from simply the personal economic or financial benefit accruing to the individual motorist, why it will still pay you, any way, to have a life of good fuel economy any way, regardless.


First, to be sure, a prime reason why American and Canadian motorists seek fuel economy for their vehicle rides, has to do significantly or largely with money — to save money in their fuel costs. At a time when gas prices are near record highs in America and Canada, it is, rather quite understandable that many people would be searching for ways to "beat the pump" to make gas money go a little bit longer.

Recent news reports saturate the newspapers and the news media and airways daily, with stories about the economic woes and horrors of motorists "at the pump" who face escalating gas prices. American drivers, from Los Angeles, California, to New York, and from Michigan to Florida, and in between, who were formerly used to spending about $30 a week to fill up a 15-gallon tank a year or two ago, are today now said to be spending some $50 or more, thus cutting painfully deeper and deeper into their already overstretched home budgets. While in Canada, from Ottawa and Newfoundland to British Columbia, and from Nunavuit to Mannitoba Winnipeg, the pump prices for the motorists have reached as high as Canadian $1.25 per litre (the equivalent of about $5 a gallon for the U.S.) only recently.

Clearly, then, the simple logic and commonsense is quite understandable that one major reason why the contemporary American and Canadian motorists would want — and do want — to find ways to have a higher or better fuel economy, is for economic reasons: namely, to make some real savings in the hopefully lesser amount of fuel they use in the operation of their vehicles, as well as in the escalating and increasingly crushing prices and costs of fuel. A money savings of up to $1,500 per year in fuel costs could be a major reward you get, for example, by choosing to purchase the latest most efficient vehicle of the year in a particular class, according to the latest U.S. EPA/DOE estimate! Not a small (money) saving by any means or calculations whatsoever!

However, there are more reasons and benefits. It is more than just that.


1. Strengthens the National Energy Security

But seeking to attain, or actually attaining, fuel economy and fuel savings, are NOT all about or only about money, however. Or, about personal money savings that go back into one's own personal pocket. Rather, attaining that goal achieves an even higher "reward" and purpose — a national, patriotic, and more "strategic" purpose for America and/or Canada. In deed, for the Mother Earth!

How? Simply by making it more feasible for us to start the process of climbing out of one big, dangerous, and increasingly entrenched, critical national security problem that North America has today — it's called the problem of "American dependence on foreign oil." For example, by recent estimates of the Washington Post, the U.S. citizens use 24 % more gas today than they did some 17 years ago in 1990 — thanks to the 84 million gas-guzzling SUV's they are now driving these days. A whole 24% more! In fact, this "strategic" or public benefit or purpose, rather than merely private or personal benefit or purpose, is the major reason advanced by U.S. Congress and President Bush only recently, in December 2007, when the Congress enacted, and President Bush signed into law, the "Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007" — a law designed to increase the supply of alternative fuel sources (of at least 36 billion gallons of biofuel by 2022), and to reduce the average driver's demand and usage of fuel by requiring that the driver meet a fuel economy standard of 35 MPG (miles per gallon) by 2020.

2. America's Increasing Dependence on Foreign Oil

But, get this. That is only counting since 1990! What about going a little further back before then? A May 2007 report by the NBC's Today Show featuring John Hofmeister, the Chairman of the Shell Oil Company, stated that in 1973 when the Middle East oil producers embargoed oil shipments to the United States in response to the Yom Kippur War, "At that time the country imported about 35 percent of its oil. Since then and through six different Presidents, America's dependence on foreign oil has increased to more than 60 percent." More than 60 percent — since 1973! But, get this connection: this 60-percent-plus figure in the amount of total oil usage by Americans today, is also largely imported, particularly from the Middle East. And consequently, what this means is that America remains increasingly "oil dependent" on foreign countries.

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, at least more than 50 percent of the oil used to produce the gasoline you put in your tank today is imported. The bottom line: America and American consumers continue to be increasingly vulnerable to (i.e., slavishly dependent on) foreign countries and sources for their economic and strategic life and the security of the nation, in terms of what price they'll pay for gasoline at any given point in time, or when they'll get a supply of gasoline or not, or even whether they'll get it or not, or under what terms and conditions, and so on.

Here's the point here, therefore. To put it in simple terms, the fact is that, a an individual motorist, any the gas-saving methods and measures you can find and employ which can actually reduce the amount of gas wastage you have and can economize and save on your gasoline usage, will translate directly into strengthening our national energy security as Americans and Canadians by reducing our dependence on foreign oil. Petroleum imports cost Americans about $4.4 billion per week (the U.S. Department of Energy figures). That's money, or a part thereof, that could be used to fuel our own American economy — in whole or in part.

3. Protects the Environment and Our Earth

Finally, saving gas, or having a better fuel economy, has yet another major dividend for the larger society and the humankind that is far more than just your personal pocketbook — it's good for the environment. Burning fossil fuel (meaning mostly gasoline and diesel that are the kinds of fuel used in automobiles), creates a whole host of environmental problems, such as adding 'greenhouse' gases, mostly carbon dioxide or CO2, to the Earth's atmosphere, creating air pollution and smog, contributing to global warming and climate change.

Consequently, having a good fuel economy in the operation of your vehicle, and using fuel more efficiently in that process, serves as well to protect the air, the land, water, and the wildlife around us, and to improve the quality of lives over all.

Vehicles with lower fuel economy burn more fuel, creating more CO2. By expert estimate, for every gallon of gasoline your vehicle consumes (burns), about 20 pounds of CO2 (170cu. Ft) is spewed into the atmosphere. Consequently, when you reduce gas wastage and save on your gasoline usage (by employing the methods outlined in Anosike fuel-savings manual for that), you also automatically reduce the amount of Carbon Dioxide your vehicle burns or puts into the atmosphere — meaning that you directly reduce your own personal contribution to the above-described environmental problems and to global climate change. For example, it has been estimated by experts that just by engaging in one single act, namely, opting to buy a vehicle that achieves 25 miles per gallon, rather than 20, you can prevent the release of about 17 tons (260,000 cu. Ft.) of greenhouse gases into this Mother Earth over the lifetime of your vehicle. Consider that!


Summed up very simply, the task of attaining better fuel economy or of using less gas for your vehicle, is not just good for your pocketbook. It is, even just as importantly, if not more so, also good for our nations, as well as for our environment, and our Planet Earth. What could be a better or more noble purpose and objective overall, for a society, or for a member of that society!

That's even all the more cogent reasons why it pays very highly for you, as an individual and an American or Canadian, or as just plain human being in the world, that you should begin very seriously to engage in a credible program and behavior of effective green living, fuel-savings and fuel economy - the types that are fully outlined in the chapters of the manual mentioned below in author's box.

by: Benji O. Anosike
Benji O. Anosike, Ph.D., is an environmentalist and leader in the U.S."drive green" movement, and a best-selling author of over 24 books about self-help and cost-saving consumer techniques. His latest book, "Boost Your Auto Fuel Economy and Cut Your Gas Costs by At Least 50%, Guaranteed," exposes bogus fuel-saving remedies, and explores advanced automotive science that has been tested and proven to increase fuel economy and help motorists save money. For more on the author or his works, or to learn more about his latest book, please visit: http://www.GetAutoFuelSavings.Org