Eco Science Solutions Inc., a Miami-based provider of innovative automotive parts, is conducting testing of its EcoFlora spark plug.
Over the last few months, the company says, it has run a series of tests at two separate facilities in both the U.S. and Canada. The tests were conducted on both a chassis dyno and an engine dyno and were tested in a variety of vehicles.
A separate set of tests was also conducted in a number of vehicles at a facility that specifically tested emissions. These tests were performed in both old and newer model vehicles from various manufacturers, including Volvo, Ford, Mitsubishi, Chevy and Mercedes.
The results? All vehicles ran perfectly when the stock spark plugs were removed and replaced with the Ecoflora plugs, the company says. “Since the EcoFlora spark plug works in a different manner, it is very important that we were able to prove its efficacy in a number of vehicles,” comments CEO Mike Borkowski.
“Most encouraging was that the EcoFlora plugs improved emissions and proved to be more environmentally friendly, especially in the older vehicles,” he continues. “In multiple cases, the EcoFlora spark plugs improved emissions and resulted in cars' passing emissions that were previously failing. This is significant as most cars on the road all over the world are hardly new or at least past warranty and many governments require annual emissions tests.”