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  • Your Car and it's Health - Forceâ„¢ For Earth Fuel & Engine Conditioner

    Posted Under: General Area in Louisville  |  June 25, 2009 12:33 PM  |  6,240 views  |  1 comment

    Your Car and it's Health









    Force For Earth's Fuel&Engine Conditioner

    Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine ConditionerExtends Engine Life

    The greatest savings from using Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner are engine maintenance costs. Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner lubricates the walls of the combustion chamber to help prevent engine damage. Engines break down and operate inefficiently because of the long term wear and tear on vital engine parts. By lubricating these parts with the Fuel & Engine Conditioner, you are increasing the longevity of your vehicle.

    Save Money on Fuel Cost

    Every time you fill up at the pump, Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner saves you 7% to 19% on average. With millions of miles in road test our Fuel & Engine Conditioner offers a cost effective solution to relieve the skyrocketing price of fuel and helps decrease the amount of toxic emissions released by your vehicle. By using Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner, consumers are addressing two side effects: wasted fuel and air pollution. Fuel burns inefficiently in internal combustion engines, and that inefficiency leads to wasted fuel which transforms into toxic emissions. Our fuel reformulator helps your engine burn fuel more efficiently so it significantly improved both of these adverse effects. Most important, the use of Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner results in a fuel cost savings to the customer.

    Reduced Harmful Emissions 30% or More

    Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner provides and immediate cost effective strategy for reducing air pollution cause by fossil fuels and internal combustion engines. Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner works with all fuels.

    When an engine uses fuel to the maximum degree possible, it has important benefits such as:

    • Reducing fuel consumption.
    • Reducing non-combusted residues that an engine expels in the form of exhaust, such as hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, particle matter and other harmful products of combustion. Force For Earth's Fuel & Engine Conditioner is 99.99% ash-less upon combustion.


    • Non-toxic and non-hazardous.
    • Increases fuel economy.
    • Reduces toxic emissions.
    • Burns 99.9-9% clean.
    • Reduces heat and friction.
    • Works in any internal combustion engine.
    • Cleans and lubricates engine parts.
    • Safe for the environment.
    • Easy to use.
    • Fill your tank less frequently.
    • Improves your vehicle performance.
    • Works with any fuel.
    • Less maintenance costs.
    • 100% natural and biodegradable.

    Diesel Fuels

    A major percentage of all problems with diesel engines are related to fuel quality. Diesel fuel can sometimes vary from one shipment to another or from one area to another. Customers also switch from one fuel vendor to another and suppliers sometimes change the fuel they are offering. The three things that vary the most in diesel fuel are cetane, weight and viscosity. Cetane is defined as the susceptibility of the fuel to self ignite. Acceptable cetane levels are between 40 and 45; however, very few fuel distributors advertise this since each batch may be different. Cetane can influence both starting and combustion roughness of an engine. High altitudes and low temperatures demand increased cetane number of the fuel.

    The weight of the fuel or specific gravity plays a major role in the heat content of the fuel. Number 1 is a "lighter" grade while number 2 is "heavier" or weighs more per gallon. While the lighter fuel (#1) has a lower "cloud point" and may provide better starting in cold temperatures, the heavier fuel (#2) has better lubricating qualities and actually contains more heat units (BTU's) per volume. Assuming the fuels are the same price, better fuel economy is obtained by using #2.

    The third aspect of fuel to consider is viscosity. Since "lighter" (#1) fuel is less dense it becomes thinner when heated than the heavier #2 fuel. When this occurs more fuel begins to leak through the high pressure parts of the injection pump which actually causes the injection pump to pump less fuel. As the fuel temperature continues to increase, more fuel is lost through leakage and this results in a power loss of between 1% and 7%.

    Taking all these things into consideration #2 diesel fuel is the best all around fuel for the diesel engine. Buying fuel from a reputable dealer is a good way to insure high quality fuel. The best ones seem to be places that move a lot of diesel fuel such as truck stops, etc. The only way to insure your fuel quality is to treat it yourself and since every tank may be different every tank will need to be treated. A vital reason to continue reading the next section of this article.

    Why do I need to treat my diesel fuel?

    A treatment is needed when the diesel fuel is lacking a substance or has a contaminant. The most common reason for treating diesel fuel is to provide extra lubrication. Almost every fuel injection component requires the diesel fuel to lubricate at least some part of that component. Since low sulfur fuel was introduced, the lubricating quality of diesel fuel has varied greatly. Some suppliers put in an additive for this and some do not. Each tank of fuel you fill up with can be different. Since low sulfur fuel began being used in on-highway vehicles we've seen the life expectancy of the fuel injection system drop as much as 25%. This is great for the repair business but bad for diesel vehicles in general especially since fuel injection components keep getting more and more expensive to repair. Taking this into consideration, treating diesel fuel with a lubricant is more like an insurance policy against wear and although it does not stop the wear, consistent use can delay repairs considerably.

    With cleaning and lubricating esters, Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner is on the cutting edge of fuel lubrication technology. Force causes fuel to burn more completely, raising the BTU output of diesel fuels, resulting in a net gain in mileage above it's cost. When you add up extended repair intervals plus fuel savings dividends, Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner really multiplies the number of advantages to the user.

    All About Esters

    In the simplest terms, esters can be defined as the reaction products of acids and alcohols. Thousands of different kinds of esters are commercially produced for a broad range of applications. Within the realm of synthetic lubrication, a relatively small substantial family of esters have been found to be very useful in severe environment applications.

    Esters have been used successfully in lubrication for more than 50 years and are the preferred stock in many severe applications where their benefits solve problems or bring value. For example, esters have been used exclusively in jet engine lubricants worldwide for over 40 years due to their unique combination of low temperature flowability with clean high temperature operation. Esters are also the preferred stock in the new synthetic refrigeration lubricants used with CFC replacement refrigerants. Here the combination of branching and polarity make the esters miscible with the HFC refrigerants and improves both low and high temperature performance characteristics. In automotive applications, the first qualified synthetic crankcase motor oils were based entirely on esters and these products were quite successful when properly formulated. Esters have given way to Polyalphaolefins (PAOs) in this application due to PAOs lower cost and their formulating similarities to mineral oil. Nevertheless, way are nearly always used in combination with PAOs in full synthetic motor oils in order to balance the effect on seals, solubilize additives, reduce volatility, and improve energy efficiency through higher lubricity. The percentage of ester used in motor oils can vary anywhere from 5 to 25% depending upon the desired properties and the type of ester employed.

    Esters lubricants have already captured certain niches in the industrial market such as reciprocating air compressors and high temperature industrial oven chain lubricants. When one focuses on high temperature extremes and their telltale signs such as smoking, wear, and deposits, the potential applications for the problem solving ester lubricants are virtually endless.

    In many ways esters are very similar to the more commonly known and used synthetic hydrocarbons or PAOs. Like PAOs, esters are synthesized form relatively pure and simple starting materials to produce predetermined molecular structures designed specifically for high performance lubrication. Both types of synthetic base stocks are primarily branched hydrocarbons which are thermally and oxidatively stable, have high viscosity indices, and lack the undesirable and unstable impurities found in conventional petroleum based oils. The primary structural difference between esters and PAOs is the presence of multiple ester linkages (COOR) in esters which impart polarity to the molecules. This polarity affects the way esters behave as lubricants in the following ways:

    Volatility: The polarity of the ester molecules causes them to be attracted to one another and this intermolecular attraction requires more energy (heat) for the esters to transfer from a liquid to a gaseous state. Therefore, at a given molecular weight or viscosity, the esters will exhibit a lower vapor pressure which translates into a higher flash point and a lower rate of evaporation for the lubricant. Generally speaking, the more ester linkages in a specific ester the higher its flash point and the lower its volatility.

    Lubricity: Polarity also causes the ester molecules to be attracted to positively charged metal surfaces. As a result, the molecules tend to line up on the metal surface creating a film which requires additional energy (load) to penetrate. The result is a stronger film which translates into higher lubricity and lower energy consumption on lubricant applications.

    Detergency/Dispersency: The polar nature of esters also makes them good solvents and dispersants. This allows the esters to solubilize or disperse oil degradation by-products which might otherwise be deposited as varnish or sludge, and translates into cleaner operation and improved additive solubility in the final lubricant.

    Biodegradability: While stable against oxidative and thermal breakdown, the ester linkage provides a vulnerable site for microbes to begin their work of biodegrading the ester molecule. This translates into very high biodegradability rates for ester lubricants and allows more environmentally friendly products to be formulated.


    What is Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner (Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner)?

    Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner is a product that is added to fuels to make engines burn fuel more completely. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner is non-toxic, non-hazardous and works with any fuel used in cars, trucks, buses, ships, trains and generators. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner is free of carcinogens and is not derived from petroleum. It utilizes cleaning and lubricating esters suspended in a mineral oil base. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner increases fuel economy and reduces emissions. When added to fuel, Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner reduces the emissions of hydrocarbons (HC), nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), particulate matter (PM) and other harmful products of combustion.

    How does Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner work?

    Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner restructures any fuel, causing two important benefits. The first benefit is the added lubricity to the engine. The second is adding cleansing properties to the fuel. All of the internal components benefit from the cleansing and lubricating action including the fuel lines, filters, carburetors, spark plugs and injectors. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner also conditions the engine seals, keeping them tighter longer. A cleaner, more lubricated engine runs smoother, requires less maintenance and reduces engine heat significantly. Horsepower returns closer to the manufacturer's specifications. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner removes carbon deposits that cause fuel to combust incompletely, resulting in wasted fuel that creates toxic emissions. The combination of cleaning and lubricating esters in Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner stabilize the fuel without changing its specifications.

    What is an Ester?

    An ester is a group of liquid or solid compounds formed by the reaction of an acid and an alcohol with the elimination of water. There are organic and synthetic esters. For example most natural oils, fats and waxes are esters. More common esters are beer, soap and polyester used in clothing. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner contains non-toxic, non-hazardous synthetic esters. In Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner a group of low molecular weight esters clean the dirty deposits formed by fuels and the combustion process. These deposits lower performance of an engine making it less fuel-efficient. Causing it to exhaust raw fuel, which is the primary contributor to pollution. A group of high molecular weight esters lubricate the engine surfaces as the fuel runs through it. Their molecular structure is small enough to penetrate the metal and form a lubricating layer between surfaces. This process allows the moving components of an engine to operate smoother and with less power-robbing friction and heat.

    Is Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner an Additive?

    EPA registered additives are derived from petroleum. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner is a reformulator, even though you "add it" to the fuel. Force is non-toxic and non-hazardous. Force Fuel & Engine Conditioner cleans and lubricates the internal parts of the engine without the use of petroleum derived products commonly found in fuel additives. Allowing the engine to burn fuel more efficiently thereby, reducing emissions.

    Go to www.ForEarthOnLine.com/RonGriffin1 to order or become a Direct Distributor.

  • Forceâ„¢ For Earth Distributorships Now Available

    Posted Under: General Area in Louisville  |  June 25, 2009 12:24 PM  |  6,382 views  |  No comments
    ForceTM For Earth is the fuel&engine conditioner that is receiving a lot of attention these days. It has been used for decades by large vehicle fleet owners (think 55 gallon drums) but is now available to the consumer in a nifty 32 oz. bottle that you can measure out the right amount and pour it in your gas tank and engine oil.

    Distributorships are available in this ground floor business for a very reasonable investment. $ 50 membership fee and $10 for your internet account (Your own full fledge website for $ 10 a month is pretty cool.)  You will receive 2 bottles per month for around $70 for your use and to give out to friends, family or colleagues to help spread the word and build your business. You can drop out at anytime as there is no contract. You can spend more if you want to have some product to pass out, that is up to you.

    To really kick start your new business, follow these instructions like I did.
    Purchase a case of 12 bottles for $ 395 + tax & shipping.
    With the $50 membership fee & $10 website charge, your total investment is only around $ 500.
    This entitles you to the rank of DIRECTOR, where you are now eligible for commissions & bonuses.
    You will receive a $75 commission for each person you enlist under the $ 500 Director plan.
    After your 6th sign up, you get a bonus of $ 400.
    That's $850 back to you on an investment of $ 500. ($75 x 6 enrollees + $ 400). Pretty cool.
    After that you're off and running, accumulating points for product sold leading to more bonuses. 

    Yes, this is a Multi Level Marketing (MLM) business, kinda like Amway or Avon, except in my opinion, this business offers a superior product which benefits consumers and saves you gas money instead of trying to convince someone to buy something they don't need. But if you could turn back the clock and join one of those groups in the beginning you would be making millions right now.

    If interested email me at Ron.Griffin@insightbb.com or call (502-396-9624) and I can give you more information, if not that's fine.

    If you're in a hurry to sign up (someone did) go here. You don't have to email or call first-

    Info Video & My Gas Savings

    See a short 12 minute video at this link which explains everything.

    "As the product benefits are seen by the prospect, I then have them consider how a cost saving and "green" product coupled with the fact that it's a ground floor opportunity to gain financially as it grows is a no-brainer to join in and catch the wave. With a relatively low investment to get in, the potential reward more than outweighs the risk. The product alone will return your investment and more at the net savings per bottle from increased MPG." 

    When gas was $2.00 per gallon, many customers were seeing a gas savings on average of $80.00 per bottle. With gas prices expected to rise to $3.00 per gallon this summer, the savings will only increase.

    Here's the numbers for my Grand Cherokee Jeep.

    Use 2 oz. per tank fill-up. (1 oz. per 10 gallons; Most of us have a 20 gallon tank I think.)
    A 32 oz. bottle gives you enough product for 16 fill-ups.
    My fill-ups cost around $ 50.  (19 gallon tank @ $ 2.75 per gallon)
    I'm getting around 15% savings like most reports, some get up to 20%, but I'm conservative.
    15% savings = $7.50 saved for each fill-up.
    $ 7.50 savings x 16 fill-ups = $ 120 in savings per bottle of FORCE.
    At $35 cost per bottle, that is a serious saving in your wallet.
    Imagine the savings when gas goes back up to $4.00 a gallon, as we know it will
  • HomeSaver Advance Program - A Way out of Foreclosure

    Posted Under: Foreclosure in Louisville  |  March 13, 2009 6:29 AM  |  6,579 views  |  No comments
    For Homeowners in the process of foreclosure, here is one way out of the mess. Your conditions need to be similar to the situation of my recent client. 

    •  A temporary reduction in income and/or unexpected major expense,
    •  Resulting in several months of missed mortgage payments, and
    •  Income has now returned to previous level, i.e. you can now afford your  mortgage payment. 
    Request a HomeSaver Advance Program from your lender. This program,if granted, will allow you to repay the missed payments under a Promissory Note with the Lender over a period of 15 years. In my client's case, they received a $ 12,000 loan at 5% interest for 15 years, resulting in a small payment of $ 100 to be paid on top of the mortgage payment. They even received a 6 month grace period before this $ 100 payment began. (Of course, the Lender came out pretty good, adding almost $ 3,000 in foreclosure fees and costs to the $ 9,000 of 6 missed mortgage payments.) But the relief of not losing their home was overwhelming to my clients. Their income had been restored and now they had an affordable way of staying in the home.

    You will need to complete a Financial Analysis Form, showing monthly income&expenses. The lender is looking for "Affordability", so if your income doesn't cover expenses, this program won't work for you. A sure-fire way to get turned down (A "Denied by Investor" letter will be sent to you.) is to show large monthly expenses without sufficient income to meet those expenses. If you do this in an attempt to show how dire your situation is, the Lender will conclude that you indeed cannot afford your home and will seize it at the courthouse steps.

    You will need to attach a Hardship Letter explaining the temporary reduction in income and/or the major expense(s) that led to the missed mortgage payments and how your income has now been restored or expense(s) dealt with. Again, the key here is to tell the Lender in your own words what truly happened that landed you in trouble and how you are now out of trouble, and that you truly are responsible homeowners who wish to keep and stay in their home.

    You will also attach two (2) months of pay stubs for each borrower or in the case of a self-employed borrower, a current income statement, balance sheet, statement of Owner's Equity and a 6 month profit & loss statement.

    Make sure you send this package of completed forms to the Lender certified mail, return receipt to ensure they received it.

    Please email me at RonGriffin@ERALouisville.com for any questions and I hope and pray that the HomeSaver Advance Program can offer hope and a resolution to somebody else out there.  Good Luck!

    Ron Griffin, Realtor
    The Hollinden Team
    Top 1% of ERA Agents World-Wide
    ERA Kepple Keene Realtors
    Louisville, KY. 40223

    Kentucky Realtor

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