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Hendy Power test - Monday 14th September 2015
Below are a series of NOx readings, which were independently measured during a dyno test at Hendy Power in Portsmouth on Monday 14th September. The engine, a brand new tier two 500bhp boat engine was tested using normal diesel and then five variants of Clean Fuel, which contained five, 10, 15, 20 and 25 per cent water. We will post the official report once we have received it, but this is provisional, or raw data set from the test. It appears to show two peaks at the beginning and end of the graph when the engine used normal (regular) diesel. In between these two peaks we can see a significant reduction in NOx (N2CNC1, NXCNC1 and NOCNC1).
The engine was put under test conditions - this controlled the power output and revs, to ensure a like for like emissions comparison.
*We have now posted the full independent report. It shows the reduction in PM, but a more mixed picture for NOx when using Clean Fuel versus regular diesel. The lowest recorded figure is during the change over from regular diesel to clean fuel when the engine revs were decreased. The monitoring company also highlighted the background emissions/pollution from a diesel generator, which provided the power to the dyno facilities.
Below is the engine test sheet recording load, revs, power output and more.
And the final independent air monitoring report.