Avon Lake, Ohio – Design Engineering's next generation method of chilling the temperature of fuel before entering the intake stream is now available - the CryO² Fuel Chiller System!
The new CryO² Fuel Chiller System uses the cryogenic properties of liquid CO² to charge a series of internal cryogenic chambers surrounding the center "fuel" chamber. As the fuel passes through the center chamber, the cryogenic-charged chambers super cool the fuel by maximizing the thermal transfer process, removing heat four times more effectively than any other system available today.
Extreme under hood heat created by headers, exhaust manifolds, high pressure fuel pumps, the engine block itself and other heat generating components all combine to raise the temperature of fuel and creates a potentially lean condition or "vapor lock" that can damage the engine. The CryO² Fuel Chiller System with it's super-cooling effect helps reduce the temperature of fuel which in turn increases the density of fuel. Denser fuel promotes better and more efficient burning of the fuel - consequently generating more power and greater fuel efficiency.