CyberFuels Rolling Out Dynamo Cetane Booster in Pilot Flying J
Introducing at four locations, with more slated throughout April
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- EncounterCare Solutions Inc. - CyberFuels Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of EncounterCare Inc., has announced that the retail rollout of CyberFuels Dynamo Cetane Booster will commence the week of April 13, 2015. The initial introduction will be into four Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers.
The first two Pilot Travel Centers are in Dalton, Ga., followed by the Pilot Travel Center in Cartersville, Ga., and the Flying J at I-75 & Exit 201, Jackson, Ga.
The rollout will continue with other Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers that will come on line for product availability in succession after the April 13 initial phase.
CyberFuels is completing a radio advertising campaign with Sirius XM's Road Dog Trucking broadcast that will focus on the new Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers product rollout. The advertising campaign will be a national broadcast focusing on Dynamo's benefits for the trucking industry and will be targeted in states where the product is available in Pilot Flying J Travel Center locations.
“We are proud to offer truckers a product that is independent lab certified to reduce diesel particulate matter by 20% and overall emissions by 21% as well as increases mileage by at least 10%,” CyberFuels vice president Tom Gleason said.
The CyberFuels lines of products include Dynamo brands. Dynamo Diesel Cetane Booster has been to shown to deliver an average Cetane rating more than 52 when added to regular diesel fuel at fillup, the company said. It said that Dynamo Diesel Cetane Booster improves engine performance and power and increases miles per gallon along with improving cold flow, increasing lubricity and cleaning fuel injectors.
Dynamo Gasoline Octane Booster improves octane and increases the miles per gallon (mpg), the company added. It suggests that Dynamo Gasoline Octane Booster allows consumers to purchase regular 87-octane gasoline and increases the power and performance of that fuel to equal that of 93-octane gasoline by adding a bottle to their tank at fillup.
CyberFuels also offer EcoFlex 96/EMG 96 an 85% methanol, 14% gasoline and 1% CyberFuels proprietary additive blend that offer a 96-octane alternative to gasoline for fuel-injected and flex-fuel vehicles (FFVs).
CyberFuels EcoFlex 96/ EMG 96 product can be transported, stored and pumped like regular gasoline, said the company, and there is no need to retrofit a car's engine.
CyberFuels proprietary products are sold under the brand names EcoFlex 96, Imperial 96, EMG 96 and Noventa y Seis Mas and Eco Island Blend, a hygroscopic (water absorbing) fuel.
Knoxville, Tenn.-based Pilot Flying J, the largest operator of travel centers and travel plazas in North America, has more than 650 retail locations. The Pilot Flying J network provides drivers with access to more than 65,000 parking spaces for trucks, 4,400 showers and 4,000 diesel lanes, with more than 4,100 offering diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) at the pump.