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“Composition of a package of natural enzymes!”

Dr. Shinji Makino, PhD, has discovered a package of natural enzymes with specific effects on liquid petroleum-derived fuels: diesel, gasoline, heating fuel, marine diesel, heavy fuel oil, biofuel, and others. They have developed the formula for the additive now known as Xbee.

Xbee enzyme technology, marketed in the Americas as Soltron, has been satisfying users throughout the world since 1995. They have been effectively treating their fuels in highly varied domains: public services and communities, railways, fishing boats, merchant vessels, and specialized watercraft, agriculture, public works, road haulage, public transport, etc.

Xbee Enzyme biotechnology is a liquid improvement agent for all fossil fuels, commonly called a fuel additive.

Dr. Shinji Makino, PhD, has conducted research in Japan for many years, combining biotechnology and enzymes extracted from tree leaves. These enzymes are the most powerful catalysts found in nature.
Xbee is not a chemical fuel additive and does not damage engines or other mechanical components (see the Guarantees page).

Xbee means less water, less mould and no more bacteria in your fuel. So there are fewer deposits and less clogging in your engine parts.

However, the enzyme biotechnology also means lower maintenance costs and fewer technical incidents. Lastly, it specifically means lower exhaust gas emissions, and therefore less pollution, and very often elimination of excess fuel consumption, whether for diesel, petrol, domestic heating oil, marine diesel, heavy fuel oil (HFO/IFO) or even biofuels.

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