Bilstein R-2000 Found Helpful in Reducing Air Pollution:
29 August 1997
CLEANER ENGINES EQUAL CLEANER ENVIRONMENT For Immediate Release Los Angeles, CA -- One result of engine sludge build-up is the increase in vehicle emissions. As engines accumulate sludge over the years, they release increasing amounts of pollutants. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the personal automobile is the single greatest polluter. One of these pollutants, hydrocarbon, is one of the major components in the creation of ground-level ozone, a significant element of smog which damages lung tissue, aggravates respiratory disease, and makes people more susceptible to respiratory infection. Another pollutant, nitrogen oxide, also contributes to the creation of smog, as well as acid rain. And carbon monoxide affects the blood's capacity to carry oxygen to organs and tissues. Until recently, there was no cost-effective way of internally cleaning an automobile engine. But this problem is now a thing of the past with the introduction of the Bilstein R-2000 Engine Flush System. Bilstein, renowned the world over in the automotive industry, has introduced an environmentally safe system which thoroughly cleans the inside of an engine. By using patented adaptors and specially formulated solutions to dissolve accumulations of sludge, tar, and varnish, the R-2000 is receiving rave reviews from automotive service technicians worldwide. "Extensive testing has shown that periodic sludge removal reduces harmful exhaust emissions," states Rick Cole, well-known auto auctioneer and exclusive U.S. distributor for the Bilstein R-2000. "Flushing the oil improves oil flow, virtually eliminating friction. Friction causes internal heat, which in turn contributes to pollution." By scheduling a yearly engine flush using the Bilstein R-2000, car owners can look forward to a vehicle with enhanced performance, superior fuel economy, and a prolonged life. Tests run by a certified independent emissions testing laboratory have also shown that the Bilstein R-2000 can decrease an engine's output of hydrocarbons by as much as 14.8 %, nitrogen oxides by 10.1 %, and carbon monoxide by as much as 28.3%. For more information, please contact Victoria Forman/Jones & O'Malley at 818-762-8353.