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Novel solution optimizes diesel fuel consumption and reduces pollution

8 Apr '21
VENS joined the ranks of the Zhigulevskaya Dolina technopark residents last year and is already successfully developing the Eco-Truck project using a magnetic separation and cold cracking complex, which significantly reduces atmospheric pollution.

The basis of the Eco-Truck project was the task of reducing the emission of harmful substances when using diesel fuel in internal combustion engines. The complex of magnetic separation and cold cracking (MChK) developed by the company's specialists allows optimizing fuel consumption, reducing operating costs, preserving the resource of fuel equipment and, most importantly, significantly reducing the amount of harmful emissions. There are no analogues of such products in terms of performance in Russia.

The director of VENS LLC, Evgeny Boltenkov, spoke in more detail about the technology:
The principle of the complex operation is based on the effect of physical fields on hydrocarbon fuel. The result of such an impact is high-quality refined fuel, which completely burns, allowing motorists to reduce operating costs and take care of the environment.
Leading specialists of the Regional Engineering Center are involved in research and development work on the project. Zhigulevskaya Valley and Togliatti State University. Pavel Melnikov, Deputy Rector - Director of the Institute of Chemistry and Power Engineering of TSU, notes the effectiveness of the technology, shown by the results of joint express tests of the effectiveness of the experimental complex:
The issue of complete combustion of fuel in an internal combustion engine is extremely important not only from the point of view of fuel economy, but also from the point of view of ecology. This is due to the fact that with complete combustion of fuel, if it complies with GOST, we have carbon dioxide and water at the output. While incomplete combustion leads to the presence of toxic compounds in the exhaust, including aromatic and polycyclic hydrocarbons. According to the results of a study of exhaust gases from a KAMAZ-65115-A5 car with a CMU, it was revealed that the equipment of the car with the MChK complex reduced the emission of harmful compounds into the atmospheric air. The most significant decrease was recorded for nitrogen dioxide (up to 90%), formaldehyde (up to 40%), carbon monoxide (up to 10%), aromatic hydrocarbons (up to 20%) .

We are confident that the work carried out by VENS is important for the development of the state of the art and ensuring the environmental friendliness of internal combustion engines of the future, Melnikov noted.
To ensure reliability and convergence results, TSU specialists are ready to conduct an extended series of experimental studies to optimize the parameters of the developed complex.

Potential consumers of the resident's products are enterprises and individuals who own cars with diesel engines. The cost of installing the complex starts from 275 thousand rubles, depending on the type of equipment - trucks, special equipment and diesel locomotives. So far, the priority of deliveries is the Samara region, but in the near future, thanks to the support measures provided by Zhigulevskaya Dolina, the resident plans to expand the geography to the federal level.

Alexander Sergienko, director of the operator of innovation activities of the region GAU CIK SO, technopark Zhigulevskaya Dolina:
VENS is a relatively young resident of Zhigulevskaya Dolina. She successfully passed the expert council in 2020 and in March she became the winner of the Startup Tour 2021 Samara, one of the largest annual conferences in the field of technology entrepreneurship, which brought together a galaxy of the best experts in the field of innovation. The main prize - a grant in the amount of 300 thousand rubles, the resident will be able to spend on the development of his project .
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