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Garry de la Pomerai
Magnetic Technologies LLC UAE

Interim Solution
Cars - HGVs - Busses - Vans

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1. Introduction

The Challenge in China

BEIJING, Dec. 22 2011(UPI) -- Motor vehicles produced more than 52 million tons of pollutants in China last
year, a government report indicates.
The pollutants -- including 40.8 million tons of carbon monoxide, 5.99 million tons of nitrogen oxide, 4.87
million tons of hydrocarbon and 598,000 tons of particulate matters -- are believed to be among the major
contributors to air pollution problems like smog, says the China Motor Vehicle Pollution Control Report of
2011 issued by Ministry of Environmental Protection.

(Reuters) - China's carbon emissions could be nearly 20 percent higher than previously thought, a new analysis
of official Chinese data showed on Sunday, suggesting the pace of global climate change could be even faster
than currently predicted. [By David Fogarty and David Stanway SINGAPORE/BEIJING | Sun Jun 10, 2012 1:03pm EDT]

But while China has achieved significant reductions in pollution, with corresponding benefits to public health,
stronger policy measures will be required to control soaring vehicle emissions propelled by the projected
growth trend in the vehicle market demands. In booming China, vehicle ownership of all kinds is soaring.
Since 2000, the total stock of cars, trucks, and buses has more than quadrupled, from 13.5 million to over 60
million, and the number of motorcycles has tripled, from 68 million to over 200 million. China is now the
worlds largest vehicle market, and as quick as this expansion has been, it is accelerating. [ICCT Thu, 2011-07-04
Freda Fung, Hui He, Benjamin Sharpe, Fanta Kamakat, and Kate Blumberg ]

Life expectancy
A recent report from China is quoted as saying that the life expectancy of residents within the polluted cities is
being reduced by 5 years. This will also reflect the cost burden on the health service and hospitals in
addressing the side effects of pollution, running into billions of dollars annually through cost of direct
treatment and loss in production per capita and costs of indirect consequences such as education standards,
mobility and general loss of resilience towards common ailments.

Afternoon traffic creeps along a major ring road circling Beijing December 6, 2011. Thick haze
continued to shroud China's capital for a third day, prompting state media to issue hazardous
air pollution alerts after initially downplaying the weather as "fog." UPI/Stephen Shaver

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2. The Holistic approach

Within Magnetic Technologies we suggest a combined technology approach:
1. deal with the existing vehicles using a series of incentives and subsidies
o public service vehicles buses and taxis
o private commercial vehicles
o private cars
needing formal installation facilities for safety
needing subsidies
identify sponsors
2. deal with the Air Pollution directly using Praesidium - phased:
o creating barriers on the outskirts of Beijing [cities] shielding from Industry and dust storms
o creating a central hub, to spread outwards as per scheduled budget and project human technical
3. Replacement of the existing vehicles with hybrids: The UK IT Power Consulting / CUSTRe
4. The city will need to review: use of Toll Roads; Commercial vehicle access times into the City; industry around
the boundaries of cities;
5. They need to carefully consider the use of commercial vehicle DPFs [Diesel Particle Filters] which simply move
the problem, but not remove it. [As Millbrook finally agreed] . Dumping the particles to outer town areas only
recycles via the air flow back into the city centres. Plus most residences are set further out from the commercial
and retail city centres. Potentially cleaning working areas, but increasing the problem within residential areas,
which hold most schools and Universities and mothers, producing the future generations.
6. to address the use of coal burning for cooking, heating and commercial facilities
7. to address the power stations themselves, using MT

Magnetic Technologies LLC UAE Introduces 'Praesidium'

'Praesidium' is an 'immediate term' effect technology that diminishes the air pollution over and within the city
environment. If located strategically, it can also duplicate for additional benefits, such as 'fog dispersal' and 'humidity
control' plus of coarse 'rain enhancement' or 'rain limitation' for the regional strategy. If the city is within a relatively
arid region, the outer ring of the pollution network may also form part of a dust storm protective barrier.

'Praesidium' networks can be physically established quickly within weeks. It is the acquisition of locations and data
research that requires the patience. Understanding the meteorology, micro climates and future city planning takes time
Presently within all countries, the sole concentration is aimed at the cause,, emissions and industry with little realisation
that we can realistically also address the immediate dissolving the air pollution itself, providing healthier cities, better
work environments with reduced health care costs and extended life expectancy, generating a more efficient workforce
and economy. All of which far outweighs the costs of the system installation and operation.

CLOUD SEEDING: costly; localised; not environmentally friendly; needs existing clouds; limited targeting ;
very localised; limited to precipitation
LAZER technology: very costly; NOT proven outside of concept tests; high energy requirements; dangerous
within populated regions; flight path limitations; localised effects; needs existing clouds; limited to rain

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US Military HAARP: very high costs; high energy requirement; extreme uncontrolled effects; limited to rain;
military use only; Project closed in May2013
ALTERNATIVE ionising systems: none have proven outside of concept; all concentrate on rain enhancement
'PRAESIDIUM'; Proven dust barriers effectiveness; proven fog dispersal ability; proven humidity control;
proven rain cloud enhancement; proven precipitation enhancement; proven air pollution dissolution; low
energy requirement; environmentally friendly; quick to install; multi faceted; controllable; aircraft unaffected

The MT Fuel Modifiers provide the opportunity to address existing vehicle emissions reduction, especially within older
vehicle types. Most strategies being submitted concentrate on vehicle replacement. even within vehicles are within the
Public sector such as busses and taxi, China has 304million, which would take decades to achieve a partial replacement.
The hybrid market have dismissed retrofit as being comparatively too costly and dangerous left to the general street
motor trade to fit responsibly. Thus the existing vehicle issues are ignored and pollution over the cities increase, with
migration from the rural communities, increased wealth enabling families to purchase multiple vehicles, which initially
will extend the life span usage of the older vehicles, which are the primary source of the problem.

Vehicle strategy:
primary choice: either limit the age of vehicles on the roads or install a modifier device. Cost wise owners can not afford
to replace or lose their existing vehicle even with longterm notice to comply, so suddenly a $250 retrofit seems the best
option, especially if subsidised by central or City government.

[PROF. Yuri TKATCHENKO and Team]

Technology developed in the 90s but shelved due to the motor industrys unwillingness to address Environmental
issues, so the Scientists concentrated of developing the use of the technology in other areas of applications, such as
Agricultural enhancement, Desalination, Irrigation, Human consumption, Drought Pacification, Decontamination,
systematic pollution cleaning in air and water and Ionic Shielding over cities and airports preventing fog , pollution
and adverse weathers. However during the past 5 years with escalating fuel costs across all industry, Magnetic
Technologies Scientists dust off, re-appraise and vigorously re-present this ideal cost effective solution to industry.
Pollution of the atmosphere by poisonous exhaust gases remains to be one of the most acute problems for large
industrial centres and cities in all advanced countries. Numerous solutions are being offered: different catalysts,
additives, and the ultimate through 'long term' replacement with hybrid vehicles.

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The Magnetic fuel modifier of Prof. Yuri Tkatchenco is, undoubtedly, one of the most acceptable 'immediate'
solutions addressing both : environmental and economic perspectives. That is why the device is acknowledged in
countries of Gulf area which are famous for adopting the latest inventions and technologies. Technology supported
with decades of Russian Research and Development with multiple millions of dollars investment spawning numerous
attempted copies globally.

Magnetic Technology Fuel Devices are easy to install

It was created with a purpose of solving the Environmental issues decreasing toxic exhaust gases by several
times plus it was found to improve the average fuel economy by 10-15%, which allows the pay off of the
device cost during a few months of its exploitation. Additionally this pay off will potentially occur within a few
hours or even minutes in large industries and power plants. The device improves engine and power plants
capacity output and has demonstrated improvement to engine longevity. The devices are simply installed
inline and easy to use and does not require any special maintenance.

Cost of the Magnetic Technology Fuel Modifier

The vehicle fuel modifiers are economic to purchase are presently at approximately $250 each plus easy
installation. This is an indication of cost, demonstrating that a HGV might easily recover this cost within weeks
through fuel efficiency and importantly the environment immediately gains.
The challenge presently is that expensive fuel management systems installed by manufacturers are limiting
and complicated, expensive to maintain and very costly to replace.
It is essential that qualified/ trained motor mechanics are responsible to fit MT fuel modifier devices. This is
easily established with network garages. A device can be fitted within 30minutes if the pre-determined
fitting location is identified as per vehicle type, with simple professional materials readily available.

The Magnetic Fuel Modifier Technology

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Tests Examples:
The Primary testing has been carried out within Motor Vehicles, including Buses, Cars and 4x4s
With a variety of test results shown in the following tables....
Emissions are equally important to the environment and as the table demonstrate the Magnetic
Technology generates dramatic reduction on CO and HC particles per million [ppm]

We believe we can generate the similar reduced emission and fuel saving results
within the Marine and Aviation Industries

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4. 'Praesidium'
The Principle in order to Dissolve Air Pollution

Corona discharge of electrodes form the ion generator leads to the ionization of the air above the generator. Under the
influence of an electric field the ionized air rises, thus providing a constant flow of air to the generator from the
adjacent horizontal air mass then rising as charged ionised air.

Water molecules are an electrical dipole and therefore a high concentration of electrical charges in the air is
multiplied which increases probability of moisture condensation. The latent heat is released by condensation, ionized
air is then heated and its vertical movement is increased as an electrical wind

Each water molecule is formed around a particle, therefore the air pollution is actually contained within the water
molecules forming air moisture. Some heavier than normal in the form of pollution. The molecules as dipoles are
charged by the ionic generator , which when charged and pumped upwards within the electrical wind, are attracted to
surfaces either immediately horizontally or drop from the air due to gravity pulling the abnormal heavier pollution

Some lighter pollutants within the charged molecules continue upwards to the lower stratosphere , breaking through
the inverse layer , [which contains pollution at the lower levels similar to an umbrella] where natural high level air
currents carry and disperse the pollutant molecules naturally, hence the process of dissolving heavier concentrated air
pollution from within and over cities.

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Our Urban Environments require a collaborative approach
between Technology, Drivers and Governments

Appendix 1
What can a Government do to reduce car pollution?
UK/EU example
In addition to the EU's voluntary agreements with motor manufacturers and the introduction of colour-coded
CO2 labels in showrooms, the UK Government has introduced financial measures to favour cars with lower
CO2 emissions.
Since March 2001 the annual Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) rate for new cars has been determined by their CO2
emission figure and the type of fuel used. This banding is linked to the voluntary colour coded CO2 A - G
labelling scheme. Band 'G' was recently introduced but only applies to new cars registered on or after 23
March 2006. VED discounts are available for alternatively fuelled cars, e.g. hybrids, gas and biofuels.
Since 2002 company car drivers have been taxed according to their vehicle's CO2 emissions and fuel type,
again with diesel vehicles paying a tax penalty over petrol vehicles with similar CO2 emissions. Tax discounts
are available for drivers choosing bio-fuel and hybrid electric vehicles.
On the fuels side, a Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation has been introduced which requires 5% of road
fuels to come from a renewable source by 2010. This may be sold as a separate fuel (e.g. 'E85') or blended
into normal diesel and petrol at low percentages (5% or less).
For example the European Union has now agreed a mandatory CO2 target for car manufactures. Under this
legislation the average emissions of a manufacture's vehicles sold in Europe will have to be below 130 grams
of CO2 per kilometre by 2015.

Appendix 2
What can the car owner do to reduce car pollution :
UK car user advice example
What Can I Do to Reduce Car Pollution?
Follow the checklist to ensure you minimise your impact:
Avoid using cars for short journeys combine trips or, alternatively, walk, cycle, or take a bus.
Care for your vehicle check tuning, tyre pressure, brakes and fuel consumption regular servicing helps
keep your car efficient and saves fuel.
Lighten up roof racks add drag and other unnecessary weight increases fuel consumption.
When your tyres need replacing consider low rolling resistance replacements ask your tyre fitter for advice.
Drive gently racing starts and sudden stops increase fuel consumption. Use higher gears when traffic
conditions allow.
Steady you speed at around 50mph (80 kph) emissions will be lowest, rising dramatically above 70mph (110
Switch off when stationary if stuck in traffic or stopping more than a minute. Idling engines make sitting in
jams even more unpleasant. Do not run the engine unnecessarily drive off soon after starting (in some areas
it may be an offence to leave the engine running).
Be considerate of those around you - reduce the volume of your car stereo or close your car window in
residential areas, and avoid sounding your horn or revving your engine.

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Air conditioning and on board electrical devices increase fuel consumption only use them when really
Share your journeys go shopping with friends or neighbours, take a colleague to work, or join a car share
club or liftshare
Investigate alternatives If you're looking for a new car there are a number of different technologies and
fuels available; existing cars can also be adapted to give off lower emissions.

Contact Details:

Garry de la Pomerai
International Project Development
Consulting Manager
Magnetic Technologies LLC UAE