Hyderabad-based engineer develops mileage booster for cars and bikes

A Hyderabad-based technician has recently developed an innovative 5M mileage booster for vehicles to reduce carbon footprint and save fuel.

The inventor of 5M Mileage Boost, David Eshkol, has been in the arena of innovation for a while now.  He made the mileage booster back in 2014 and has been working on a machine since 2008 which would help in improving the mileage of the vehicle as well as contribute to the environment by reducing carbon emission.

The '5M' in 5M Mileage Boost represents the five benefits associated with this mileage booster. As per Eshkol, the advantages of this booster are improved mileage per liter fuel, better smoothness in driving, more torque & thrust, higher pickup for the vehicles, and most importantly more pollution control.

Eshkol stated that this 5M Mileage boost works on the engines of the vehicles without the need to open the engine. The 5M Mileage Boost machine is joined to the vehicle engine via the vehicle intake manifold. After that, the ultrasonic waves along with gaseous plasma are then let into the engine for a time which depends on the CC of the engine.

Eshkol mentioned that until now he has enhanced the over 8,000 engines of vehicles including four-wheelers, two-wheelers, as well as trucks and buses. Any vehicle between 100 ccs to 10,000 ccs can be transformed using this innovation.

While explaining the process, he mentioned that usually when a vehicle consumes 100 units of energy in the form of any fuel only 12.6 units of energy is used by the wheels for running while the remaining major portion of the energy is wasted in overcoming friction at various levels.

To implement the technology on a wider scale, Eshkol is anticipating an established automobile company to step forward and use this innovative technology to offer increased mileage with less carbon emission for their vehicles.

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