Mounting and connection diagram.
Connection and fastening does not require special knowledge and can be done by anyone.
1. Peel off the flexible plate from the backing and secure around the cable leading to the battery.
2. Observe polarity!!! The plates are marked with (+) and (-) !!
3. If there are two batteries in the car, then you need to attach the plates to the wires leading to the car.
It is not necessary to remove the insulation from the cables.
The orientation of the plates during fastening is not critical.
The distance from the plates to the battery is also not critical.
Observe the connection polarity indicated in the figure!!!
Plates can be rearranged to another car. When removing the plates, do not damage them. Otherwise, they will lose their property.
The service life of the plates is 10 years or more. In fact, only the destruction of the plates from weathering or careless handling is limited.
The plates do not require any maintenance.
Not afraid of contamination with ordinary dirt.
Avoid mechanical damage and fractures of the plates.
If a large amount of gasoline or oil gets on the plates, they can collapse, like all plastics. Therefore, do not immerse the plates in gasoline or solvents.
No additional connection steps are required. After being installed on the cable, the plates start working automatically.
Our devices do not change the property of the fuel instantly, but within a few hours. Therefore, in order to achieve maximum efficiency and maximum savings, we recommend refueling not when the tank is already empty, but when there is still about 25 percent of fuel left. The old fuel will mix with the new fuel and the new fuel will be structured faster.
Our device creates micro-radiation, which is transmitted not only to fuel, but also to car parts. And these details themselves also begin to be a source of radiation. After removing the device from the car, the car parts continue to radiate and affect the fuel for about a month. Therefore, if you want to check the efficiency of our device, then first measure the flow rate without our device, and only then with our device.
If you do the opposite, then the car parts will continue to affect the fuel and you will get the wrong result. Therefore, ALWAYS measure first without our device, and then with our device.