By Derek Iwasiuk
May 24, 2006
New York City, NY - What
is Ethanol? For the first time in US history. The United States has
made a strong effort to break free from the chains that bind this
wonderful nation for years! We have been working on new ingenious
ways to break the hold the middle east has on us by developing new
fuel technology. Depending on your location, ethanol-enriched fuel
may have been available for years, may have just recently debuted, or
may not yet be available.
Regardless, more and more drivers
are becoming aware of this alternative fuel — and more awareness
means more questions asked. E85 or E10, Better known as Ethanol, will
one day change the way America travels and does business. In the near
future you will be filling up even your lawn mower with this Wonder
Everything from boats, trains, planes & automobiles
will run on alternative ethanol.
This high octane gas burns
cleaner & cooler than any other type of fuel. It is our pleasure
to announce that these domains are now available for International
auction on Afternic.com, the web's premier site for domain name
Michael Di Pippo of New York City, the owner of
these prime pieces of cyber real estate said as he smiled, "I
hope the names will be used by an American owned & operated
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will be able to thumb their noses and flip the oil bearing countries
So far we've had a number of high profile
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We hope he gets his wish! All potential
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DiscountE85.com , DiscountE10.com and http://DiscountFlexFuel.com
starting at 7:00 am on May 23rd 2006. Bidding has commenced and
starts at $50,000US for ALL three names.That's some deal! The lucky
owners of these industry specific domains will corner the market and
not only boost annual sales, but also improve their companies bottom
line for years to come.
What is ethanol?
pros: driving home the facts about ethanol.
Customers depend on
you for automotive answers. To help you weigh the facts and offer
good advice to your customers, we’ve compiled the most up-to-date
information on ethanol performance below.
Ethanol-enriched fuels (E10 is the most common in the United
States) meet or exceed all performance standards for U.S. vehicles,
Heat Energy: The heat energy of all gasoline-based
motor fuel varies somewhat by formulation, region and time of year.
Ethanol burns slightly cooler than straight gasoline: on average, a
gallon of 10% ethanol-enriched gasoline contains about 112,000 BTUs
of heat energy, compared to 114,000 BTUs for straight gasoline.
Cooler combustion temperatures contribute to increased engine
Volatility/Vapor Pressure: Ethanol-enriched fuel
meets all applicable vapor-pressure standards, as regulated by the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
10% ethanol to regular unleaded gas typically increases the octane
rating from 87 to 89.5 or higher. This boost can reduce knocking and
pinging, and allows cars with knock sensors to gain increased power.
Phase Separation: Ethanol-enriched fuel is far more tolerant
of water contamination than regular gasoline, helping to prevent
phase separation and water at the bottom of the tank.
You or your customers may remember hearing reports
from the late 1970s about issues with ethanol compatibility. Those
issues have long been resolved. Since 1980, modern fuel lines have
been fully compatible with ethanol. Since 1990, all U.S. gasolines
have contained detergents to control fuel-tank deposits that can clog
fuel filters. And when it comes to induction-system components,
ethanol blends work well with fuel injection systems and older
Internal Engine Component
Because ethanol burns cleaner than regular
gasoline, it leaves fewer deposits on intake valves and combustion
chambers. Otherwise, ethanol-enriched gasoline performs in much the
same way as regular gasoline.
Bettering the environment ...
and the economy
In addition to ethanol’s performance
advantages, you and your customers can feel good about its
air-quality benefits. Because ethanol-enriched gasoline contains more
oxygen than regular gasoline, it burns more completely, which reduces
carbon monoxide emissions. And since ethanol is produced here in the
United States, it creates jobs and helps reduce our dependence on
foreign energy sources.