Representing the Mongolian firm are Lawrence Gochioco, executive director, and Erdenechimeg Yadamdorj, general manager, who signed the agreement with their counterparts Eco-G president Alexander Cayaba and chief finance officer Celestino Palma III.
“Mongolia needs to employ innovative technologies developed by other countries. The Eco-G3000 is a novel low-cost and low-maintenance device that addresses our challenges in gas saving and cutting auto emissions significantly,” Yadamdorj said. “Field tests conducted during my visit in Metro Manila convinced me that the system works.”
“The Mongolian government is ready to fully support such a technology”, said Yadamdorj.
According to Cayaba, Eco-G3000 consists of a fuel vaporizer, an auxiliary tank, and a catalyst.
The fuel mixture is vaporized, heated and fed into the vehicle’s intake manifold which results in improved fuel efficiency and the significant reduction of toxic emissions such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen oxide.
“Test results from Land Transportation Office-accredited testing centers have shown that Eco-G3000 can reduce toxic emissions up to 80 percent,” said Cayaba. The system has been installed in tricycles, motorcycles, cars, truck, and buses in Metro Manila.