EnerTeck Corporation announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, EnerTeck Chemical Corp. (“ECC”) has commenced a performance demonstration of the Company’s principal product, EnerBurnÂ® with a large six thousand (6,000) bus public transportation company in Mexico City, Mexico.
This follows the successful completion during 2006 of performance testing of EnerBurnÂ® on a twenty-five (25) bus test fleet in the city of Merida, Mexico and the subsequent decision for the full fleet integration of EnerBurnÂ® into daily fuel usage with all five Merida bus companies totally in excess of six hundred (600) buses.
As was done in Merida, ECC will monitor the performance of the EnerBurnÂ®-treated buses during the performance period. Detailed data will then be compiled regarding fuel efficiency and compared to historical data compiled by the bus company prior to the use of EnerBurnÂ®. The data is then analyzed for the client by ECC, as a statistical model, which provides the client with reliable actual historical fuel trends. ECC anticipates, the results will confirm the projected 8-15% improvement in fleet fuel economy.
Dwaine Reese, the Company’s CEO, stated, “Performance demonstrations of this type provide the customer with much needed information concerning the operation of their equipment. We know the usage of EnerBurnÂ® reduces diesel fuel consumption and are so confident that we are prepared to prove it with a prospective customer’s own data. Our statistical analysis model removes any doubt relative to EnerBurn’s effectiveness under real world operating conditions.” Mr. Reese further added, “Our recent sales efforts have resulted in a significant number of new prospects from many industries expressing an interest in EnerBurnÂ®.”
About EnerTeck Corporation
EnerTeck Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, EnerTeck Chemical Corp., specializes in the sales and marketing of a fuel borne catalytic engine treatment for diesel engines known as EnerBurnÂ®.
This release contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Federal Securities Laws. Such statements are based on assumptions that EnerTeck Corporation believes are reasonable, but which are subject to a wide range of uncertainties and business risks. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from those anticipated are discussed in EnerTeck Corporation’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (at www.sec.gov), including its Annual Report on Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2005.
Source: EnerTeck Corporation