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SES-BIO launches Coolant Activator

SES-BIO Lanka will focus on developing the market for its Coolant Activator from India, said SES-BIO Lanka, Director Sajeewa Perera at the launch of the Coolant Activator last week.

He said that the company has discussed with the BOI to set up a manufacturing line Sri Lanka. The waste of fuel and environmental pollution due to exhaust fumes is enormous. A mechanism to reduce exhaust gas and enhance the output of the engine is essential to minimise air pollution and save on fuel.

Automobile exhaust fumes accounts for around 80 percent of air pollution which causes respiratory and heart diseases. Carbon dioxide and hydrocarbon are generated due to incomplete combustion in the engine.

Global awareness on fuel emission and penalties have been increased to mitigate the impact on the environment.

SES-BIO Lanka, Director W. Anura Weerasingha said that the coolant has been manufactured according to nanotechnology to reduce exhaust fumes, engine noise, corrosion and improve fuel efficiency.

Governments have invested large amounts of money on Nanotechnological research due to the potential applications of the technology on industries. Nanotechnology is used to kill cancer cells and it has been applied to the manufacture garments, paints and tyres.

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