Canola Oil, which is chiefly produced in Canada,
is derived by the alteration of the rapeseed specie to produce
a variety with ultra low erucic acid content. Oilseed crushing
plants and refining flourished in Canada who supply the global
consumer with Canola Oil for cooking and food preparations. In
the late '80's the Canola Oil industry in Canada sensed the need
to diversify the usage of Canola Oil into industrial uses.
In 1987, Mr. Lawrence Maloney who later founded
Pathfinder® Lubricants Ltd. embarked on a research endeavour
to use Canola Oil in conjunction with Caster Oil as key ingredients
in a fuel additive formulation. It was theorized that there is
need to introduce an increment of lubricity in the fireside, in
the top end of the engine's cylinder head to promote a more efficient
movement of the piston during the power stroke of the combination
cycle. By introducing the thermodynamically calculated increment
of lubricity, it was theorized that a complete combustion will
be promoted, meaning the conversion of hydrocarbon (fuel) onto
CO2 and H2O will tend to approach 100%. Furthermore, the conversion
of the otherwise unburned fuel into useful mechanical output will
In 1990, Pathfinder® Lubricants Ltd. created
a prototype fuel additive with the first generation formula containing
some of the following ingredients:
Methyl Ester of Mixed Fatty Acids
Trijet™ fuel additive is used to treat diesel fuel and gasoline.
End users have reported a remarkable fuel economy improvement
and smoother engine operation.
Other Benefits of Trijet fuel Treatment
Reduces oil contamination due to cleaner and more
efficient burn in the fireside.
Improves engine compression by providing lubrication in the ring/cylinder
interface, in the firing zone.
Reduces premature wear of fuel pump and injectors.
Provides lubrication in today's low sulphur or dry fuels.
like any other fuel additive, cannot and should not be used in
an attempt to correct mechanical problems, a mechanical problem
requires a mechanical solution. However, Trijet™ may provide
an interim remedy to alleviate catastrophic damage while equipment
is being scheduled for repair.