Following a trip to a number of large manufacturers in China, Maxsys Fuel Systems, a Selas Heat Technology Co., received its first order for its energy-saving units from Weifang Diesel Weifang City. Installation was scheduled for March 2015. Maxsys Fuel Systems is a clean-tech company based in the United Kingdom that provides a reportedly scientifically proven technology guaranteed to cut fuel costs and reduce CO2 emissions.

“China represents a huge market for Maxsys. Our focus is mainly on large industrial cities such as Beijing, Nanjing, Tianjin and Shanghai, areas with higher populations and incomes and fast developing centers such as the oil town of Dongying,” says Paul Finnegan, Maxsys commercial director and CEO. “These cities have populations between 15 to 30 million each, and the landscape is cluttered with industrial sites.”

In such congested areas, significant environmental measures need to be addressed, and the Chinese government is setting up targets to reduce pollution (CO2 emissions) while encouraging production and growth.

Maxsys Fuel Systems engineers and manufactures technology products that it says delivers energy (gas and oil) savings of at least 5 percent. Their systems are already used in plants across the United Kingdom, Europe and United States. Its patented fuel treatment device applies a magnetic field to the fuel just before combustion, reportedly producing a cleaner burn and reducing carbon emissions. The system is suitable for boilers, kilns, furnaces, ovens and dryers.