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					• Headquarter in Florida, USA
• Branches in England & Hong Kong
• Sales only on the Internet
                . . . and the environment

• reduces emission with 65-95%



                . . . and the economy

• lower fuel costs - 7-14%
FFI product Analysis
           by

     Jerry Lang
  Combustion Consultant
Video animation of Engine Combustion by Jerry Lang




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    Normal
Combustion Cycle
Gasoline

       10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube
    Gasoline

                          10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube



Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
 Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)
             Gasoline

                                   10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube
Ignite

         Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
          Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)
    Gasoline

                          10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube



Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
 Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)

         7 Seconds (±)
    Normal
Combustion Cycle
Normal Combustion Cycle
   Neutral position
Normal Combustion Cycle
     Intake
Normal Combustion Cycle
   Intake complete
Normal Combustion Cycle
   Compression
Normal Combustion Cycle
     Ignition
Normal Combustion Cycle
   Combustion
     starts
Normal Combustion Cycle
    Combustion
   cycle stops ??
Normal Combustion Cycle
   Exhaust starts



              Fuel not burned during
             combustion due to slow
            flame speed, is burned in
               the exhaust manifold
Normal Combustion Cycle
   Neutral position
Catalyzed Fuel
                           10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube



 Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
  Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)
         Catalyzed Fuel
                                    10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube
Ignite

          Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
           Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)
         Catalyzed Fuel
                                    10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube
Ignite

          Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
           Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)
Catalyzed Fuel
                             10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube



 Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
  Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)

         2 - 3 Seconds (±)
                   Summary
Normal                                      10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube



                Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and
                 Gasoline (vaporized and liquid)

                         7 Seconds (±)


Catalyzed                                   10” x 100’ Vacuum Tube



            Appropriate Mixture of Oxygen and Gasoline
               (vaporized and liquid) with MPG-Cap

                        2 - 3 Seconds (±)
  MPG-CAPS
Combustion Cycle
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
    Neutral position
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
       Intake
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
    Intake complete
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
     Compression
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
      Ignition
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
     Combustion
       starts
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
     Combustion
      complete
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
      Exhaust



                  Due to better
           correspondence between
          flame speed and speed of
             piston, all fuel burned
                 inside cylinder.
MPG-CAPS Combustion Cycle
    Neutral position
  What This Means to the Consumer!
1. Lower fuel costs
     Guaranteed 7-14%
2. Octane booster
     One Grade Level
3. Better performance
     11-16% more horsepower
4. Cleaner engine
     Less, if no Sulfur and Carbon deposits
5. Prolong Engine Life
     Less wear on valves, etc., due to reduction in deposits and
     exhaust temperature
6. Cleaner environment
     Reduce emissions on average 75%
FAQ

Is there any risk using the product ?
      No – the product only improves the combustion to
      the point it was originally intended.

Can I overdose the product ?
      Yes – but with no harm to the engine. Just
      discontinue using the product for 2-3 tank full.


Is there a product liability insurance ?
      Yes – with a world wide coverage.
FAQ

How can it work on both diesel/gasoline ?
      The product works with gasoline, diesel, biodiesel
      and ethanol/gasoline and does not alter the fuel,
      which works as a carrier in order to get the catalyst
      into the combustion chamber.

Does the product work with HEAVY fuel ?
      Yes – the product works with all fossil fuels.

Is there any risk that the product doesn’t
work ?
      No – only if it is not properly dissolved or embedded
      in condensed water at the bottom of the tank.
FAQ

How long time for the product to work in a
car ? And on a truck ?
      The catalyst works immediately. However, carbon
      deposits in the combustion chamber must burn off
      before the full effect occurs. This is often the case
      with older vehicles or vehicles that do a lot of
      idling and may initially result in black smoke in the
      exhaust.

Why is MPG-Caps different from other
products ?
      Most products on the market are based on
      detergents to clean out carbon deposits and contain
      no catalyst.
FAQ

How can we test the product ourselves ?
       As many factors, like driving- and weather-
       conditions, load of vehicle and tire pressure,
       have influence on the miles per gallon, a proper
       baseline should be established.
       Unless a precise mileage has been monitored, this
       should be done over a minimum of 5 tank full of
fuel
       used under various driving conditions.

I clearly feel an increase in horsepower,
but do not see an increase in mileage ?
       The positive effect of the catalyst may be utilized
       for better acceleration and speed or as a saving in
       miles per gallon. Not both !
   MPG-Caps™             MPG-Mega Caps™




½ grams caps – 10 caps    5 grams capsules 10
per blister pack.         capsules per container.
Direction: Minimum 50     Direction: Minimum 500
liter fuel per cap.       liter fuel per capsule.
   MPG-Boost™                   MPG-EXTreme™




236 ml (8 Fl.Oz) per bottle.    236 ml (8 Fl.Oz) per bottle.
Direction: Minimum 100          Direction: 60 ml (2 Oz) per
liter fuel per 30 ml. (1 Oz.)   liter motor oil per 15.000
                                km.
  Following are short videos
telling you what the media has
 to say about the MPG-Cap™.
           TMJ4 – August 17, 2006




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             WSAZ – Newschannel 3




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World Business Review




  Click on the screen to watch this media clip.
Jerry Lang has more than 40 years of combustion
experience and a strong background in refining processes.
As the owner and operator of Jerry Lang Combustion Consulting, he
is currently designing and overseeing combustion projects for four
refineries, including efforts to lower emission and improve
efficiencies.
Mr. Lang has served as a combustion consultant to virtually all of the
major oil companies and 95% of the refineries, including
ChevronTexaco, Chevron Phillips, ARCO, Shell, Kraft, Exxon, Mobil
and Dow Chemicals.
He also served as the combustion auditor to Chevron in their
Richmons Nitrious Oxide (NOx) Reduction Project, worth in excess of
$300 millions.
Mr. Lang has completed projects for Statiol in Norway and is currently
contributing to an ongoing project in Quatar.
In 1967, Mr. Lang established his own business, where he developed
and patented several products related to combustion and
incineration.
He also served as Manager of Combustion
Systems for Howe Bake Engineers and was recruited by Dr. Edward
Teller, the primary developer of the hydrogen bomb, for four years on
an alternative fuels project doing combustion tests.
Mr. Lang has extensive experience designing equipment utilized in
reducing emissions from stationary sources such as refineries,
power plants and industrial operations. He also contributed to the
development of the equipment used during the clean up of the
Alaska oil spill. Over the years he has also done work on systems to
improve mileage in automobiles, such as installing a vaporizer in the
exhaust to vaporize the gasoline prior to intake and working on
steam injection in automobiles.
Mr. Lang holds an B.S. i Mechanical Engineering from University of
Texas and holds 17 patents, including 13 combustion-related
patents.
During a lecture in Billund, Denmark in February 2007, he told the
audience, that due to his experience and skepticism he has
personally spent $250.000 in order to prove that the MPG-Caps did
NOT work.
          A “Pyro” is born !




Jerry Lang in front of his first car. His work on
improving combustion earned him his first patent
at the age of 16.
Product Liability Insurance
Fuel Freedom International's supplier maintains
insurance to protect the Company and Distributors
against product liability claims. The supplier's insurance
policy contains a "Vendors Endorsement" which extends
coverage to Independent Distributors so long as they are
marketing Fuel Freedom International products in
accordance with Company Policies and applicable laws
and regulations. Fuel Freedom International's product
liability policy does not extend coverage to claims or
actions that arise as a result of a Distributor's misconduct
in marketing the products. FFi also maintains an
international insurance policy that covers all Distributors
and end users worldwide.
Emission test




                          Hydrocarbons (HC):
                             Unburned fuel.
   Nitrogen Oxides (NOx): They are produced in the emissions of
    vehicle exhaust and in the atmosphere. They can contribute to
  Carbon Monoxide (CO): A colorless, odorless, poisonous gas,
              formation of photochemical ozone (smog).
  produced by incomplete burning of carbon-based fuels.

				
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