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Fuels formulated with ECOZYME Bio-Enzymes at the refinery conform to chemical specifications for base fuels and have compatibility with engines and fuel systems.
Similarly, with aftermarket additisation in the distribution chain, Soltron fuels will not alter the base specification of petrol/gasoline (EN228), DERV (EN590), Gas Oils (BS2869) and can be legally sold as specified.
These ECOZYME Bio-Enzymes treated fuels give improved engine performance, and visible reductions in diesel smoke emissions.
When tested at the MoT, TNO, TUV or other approved government vehicle emission testing stations, lower emissions of; HCn, CO, SO2, PM and NOx are seen from all engine types, sizes and exhaust configurations.
The use of ECOZYME Bio-Enzymes in diesel train engines for example, will rapidly eliminate white, blue and black smoke; soot, odour and irritation from unburned fuel.
This is a major benefit to staff and terminal passengers where the exposure to diesel exhaust emissions is a health problem. Emissions, COSHH and DEEs Legal Requirements for the control of Occupational Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Emissions (DEEs). A number of regulations are concerned with the control of exposure to engine exhaust emissions in the workplace.
These regulations include:
the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSW Act)
the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994
the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1992
the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992
the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
HSG187 Health & Safety Executive. See also INDG286 Emissions from off road engines: agricultural, construction and train engines with a power output of between 18kW (24HP) and 560kW (747HP) are regulated under Directive 97/68/EC. Further changes are in 2004/ 26/EC (21 April 2004).