Equipment and installation

To be attached to the air intake of spark ignition (MAS) or compression ignition (MAC – Diesel) engines in order to increase combustion efficiency.
It is a chemical combustion air additive system (0.1 – 1.0% of the air required by the engine is treated). The additive rate is of the order of picograms per kilogram of fuel and is constant in relation to the fuel consumed, regardless of the load or engine speed, with continuous adjustment of the flow of additive air according to atmospheric pressure, temperature and humidity of the air drawn in by the engine.
No modifications are made to the engine or related computer systems and it does not consume engine resources (mechanical or electrical).
It is already installed on various types of cars, many with a mileage of over 100,000 km.




The same car model can have different engine architectures from one copy to another, even on the same cylinder capacity.


Engine air supply ( tubing, filter, flow meter etc. ) is different in shape and size.


The spaces available for the location of EKB devices require finding the optimal position, without disturbing the access for maintenance and repair interventions.


It is executed by the manufacturer's staff or by third parties with trained personnel.

1. Device body
2. Atmospheric air inlets
3. Pneumatic coupling
4. Vacuum hose
5. Clamping brackets


The assembly steps are:

1. EOBD test

2. Vacuum measurement

3. Initial gas test

4. Mounting brackets

5. Socket mounting

6. EKB installation

7. Coupling to vacuum socket

8. Final gas test

Ecological. Optimised. Efficient.

The device uses a special active filter, which contains combustion air additive molecules, which it delivers in proportion to engine load. The device is passive and does not consume any engine resources and no mechanical or electrical actuation is required.