ECOPRA

Fuel Saver and Pantone Kit for all engines. Ecology for all !

This video was shot in Most. You can see the mounting of a pantone ecopra kit, testimony, the results of economy and fuel savings with a scania truck.

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Find in this presentation, various mounting of ecopra kit on trucks. A description of the installation, fuel savings and pollution results.

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The setup of the ecopra pantone kit is possible on different trucks like Daf, Renault, Mercedes, Scania, Volvo...

Setups are done in Europe, Africa, Eastern Europe is also the United states on tractors for different tasks.

The gillier pantone ecopra kit is recommended with an eco driving for a cumulative gains.

The entire kit is made of 316L stainless steel. It is strong and resistant to all conditions of use. It is used in extreme climatic conditions from -30 ° Celsius to +45 ° Celsius.

The results of fuel savings ranging from 2 liters to 8 liters per 100 kilometers gain. The first transport truck was equipped with water doping system in 2008.

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Here is a mounting of an ecopra pantone kit made by ecopra caraïbes on a RENAULT MIDLINER 230 Tow Truck.

This user mechanic tired of being exposed to the exhaust gas, has validated the logic of the process of reducing pollution ECOPRA. Dépan-Auto Services in Guadeloupe trusted and agreed to install a kit pantone ecopra on his vehicle. It was observed a decrease in gas emissions into the atmosphere. He expressed relief under expose himself and his staff to carcinogenic gas. He expected returns on fuel economy at the end of the year.

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Here is a mounting of an ecopra pantone kit made by ecopra caraïbes on a Volvo FM 420 Truck.

Carrier Boquet Jerry in Guadeloupe has trusted ecopra and agreed to install a pantone ecopra fuel saver on his vehicle.
Two months after the installation of the kit, Mr Boque gave us his impressions:

  •  Decrease in its fuel bill compared to the previous month for the same activity.
  •  Torque gain
  •  So it works
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