Applying scientific advancement to the improvement of motive power systems through chemical and mechanical engineering.
SPIER reduces costly contamination of the emission control system and associated aftertreatment, reduces the load upon the EGR and SCR systems due to lower NOx levels, cuts oil contamination and cylinder wear, and cuts fault codes caused by faulty sensors and turbocharger failures.
Conceptualization Competitive Ideation
Proof of Concept
Impact & Optimization of Best Ideas/Enhancement
Commercialization and Rigging
Engineering Report & Benefits Certification
Custom Fleet Commercialization
Logistics, Training, Rollout
Ongoing Data Tracking & Analysis
Long Term Case Studies
SPI backs its final release testing with performance studies.
The SPIER System
The SPIER System™ is a proprietary dual induction system that revolutionizes the performance of diesel engines.
DIESEL COMBUSTION ENHANCEMENT
Particulate Matter Reduced 30-50%
Unburned HC's Reduced 100%
Combustion Efficiency Improved 15-35%
The result of the activity of the SPIER SYSTEM is a release of heat energy in the fuel that is far higher than any other system for enhancing diesel combustion that was ever thought to be possible (+9,455 KJ/MOL).
The SPIER Technology
The SPIER System combines complex chemistry, controlled flow rates and new concepts in thermodynamics to revolutionize the diesel combustion process.
The SPIER System ensures that an abundance of thermally controlled useful gases are delivered to the flame front inside the cylinder of the engine. By properly controlling and directing these gases, optimal combustion is achieved.
Compared to today’s induction process, which is burdened by too many residual contaminants, the SPIER System creates the conditions where nearly complete combustion can occur. The SPIER System is a blended induction process that uses treated exhaust and combines it with inlet air. This process prevents inadequate and improper mixing of gases, and also eliminates thermal throttling caused by high EGR temperatures.
Research shows that residual oxygen for optimal diesel combustion is approximately 8%. Test results on diesel engines using the SPIER System show an 8% residual oxygen level, which translates into a 15-30% improvement in fuel economy.