There are now about 10,000 vehicles across the Philippines installed with what appears to be a fuel-efficient and anti-pollution device with a close to perfect combustion system. And that is a growing number because, well, the device works.
Many vehicle owners are becoming more and more interested with the Power Up Fuel Combustor developed by Filipino inventor George de Guzman. His ingenious creation allows the engine to become more powerful and responsive by injecting the right amount of oxygen, hence consuming the fuel entirely and releasing more energy while preventing carbon build up. Drivers also do not have to waste fuel by flooring the accelerate pedal. All of this ultimately allows for a better fuel economy.
Not only that it cuts maintenance costs of the vehicle, the device also offers fuel savings that range from 30% to 50% for diesel-powered vehicles and 10% to 30% for gasoline- powered vehicles. And it only needs to change oil after 30,000 kilometers.
Power Up Fuel Combustor also eliminates smoke belch from the vehicle’s emission and makes sure that the vehicle is running smoothly. Its inventor knows very well the penalties of violating the Clean Air Act so he acted upon it. Needless to say that the device takes the stringent eco-friendly emission standards seriously.
Moreover, Power Up Fuel Combustor is not exclusive for use by vehicles but also by generators and ships.
It didn’t take long before de Guzman’s invention was noticed. For one, he was invited to a show in radio station DZBB with Rene Sta. Cruz, a staunch advocate of Filipino inventors, as its host. During his guest appearance, Jun Pedery, a visiting Filipino-American, was listening and became so interested with Power Up that he called up Sta. Cruz to set up a meeting with the Filipino inventor.
As of posting, the two have already met twice. And Pedery was blown away by the ingenuity.
“I was so impressed during the actual demonstration of the device that there was practically no pollution was emitted from the vehicle that was newly installed with Power-Up,” Pedery tells The Standard.
The Filipino-American is proud of the invention. He now plans to bring the invention to America and introduce the device to some prospective investors.
And he has a wish, “I hope the Philippine government will help in propagating Filipino inventions because there are lots of them that will boost Philippine economy.” De Guzman shares the same sentiment.