The new emissions reduction technology is predicted to cut emissions by over 50% potentially saving
thousands of lives every year and thereby reducing the burden on NHS services.
Dinnington, Sheffield: Nov 12, 2019.The revolutionary liquid technology, Lofrix Eco Gel has been
launched to specifically reduce emissions from diesel and petrol vehicle engines.
Lofrix Eco Gel will not only deliver dramatic reductions – over 50%, in harmful exhaust emissions
but also protect engines from wear and improve fuel economy. The team behind Lofrix say it
has exceeded their expectations and will bring very significant benefits to car owners.
Recent extensive testing on Government-approved DVSA (MOT) emissions analysis equipment
undertaken independently by a MOT Testing Centre has shown its potential for the automotive
“I have tested the exhaust emissions of around 100 vehicles after their engines have been treated
with Lofrix Eco Gel, and in virtually every case, the level of emissions has been significantly lower
following treatment.” – John Chetham, MOT Inspector.
Petrol and diesel engines burning carbon-based fuels pollute the atmosphere on our streets,
particularly in urban areas, and contribute to thousands of fatalities a year from respiratory diseases
and other conditions. Particles and toxic gases emitted by car exhausts can form a damaging cocktail
which significantly increases rates of heart attacks, strokes and severe asthma attacks.
60ml of Lofrix Eco Gel, sufficient to treat one vehicle for a year, can be purchased from
https://www.lofrixeco.com/buy.html for £29.95 (inc. VAT & UK P&P)
Scientists at Huddersfield University’s Centre for Efficiency and Performance Engineering have
conducted trials and discovered in extensive laboratory wear testing that Lofrix technology provides
very significant protection to metal components when added in small concentrations to conventional
“The results of the laboratory testing that I have undertaken clearly show that Lofrix has significant
wear reducing capabilities in harsh engineering conditions.” – Andrew Ball, BEng PhD CEng FIMechE
FHEA CMgr CCMI, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research & Enterprise) Professor of Diagnostic Engineering,
University of Huddersfield.
The technology will remove engine deposits and protect the internal engine surfaces against future
deposits adhering, resulting in less friction within the engine, smoother operation and more efficient
fuel burn – meaning less emissions and unburnt fuel being ejected through the exhaust. More
information on Lofrix Eco Gel is available at https://www.lofrixeco.com/technology.html
About Lofrix Associates Limited
Lofrix Associates Limited is a company that has over the last 30 years researched and developed
advanced friction-reduction technology to invent the Lofrix product range used for years in multiple