As fuel is passed over the Rentar Fuel Catalyst’s patented combination of metals and rare earth elements, several reactions occur. These include the polarization of the hydrocarbon fuel molecules through the formation of an EMF within the enclosure of the catalyst. The rare earth elements cause the change in the ratio of single bonded saturated long straight-chain aliphatic paraffin’s to double bonded non-saturated shorter ring-compound aromatics which results in the release of a small quantity of hydrogen gas.

A lower fuel vapor density or better atomisation is created allowing for an increased interspersion of the Hydrogen gas with the fuel. The new mixture of hydrocarbons and small quantities of released hydrogen results in a better and more complete burn with more energy produced with less fuel. The entire process is similar to what occurs in oil refineries during the process known as Cracking.