A Layman's Review of the GEET System

Global Environmental Energy Technology (GEET) is a composition of unique fuel system components that allow an internal combustion engine's fuel efficiency to be increased substantially while dramatically reducing its toxic & greenhouse gas emissions by 90 % or more. Individuals have reported a 20% to 800% increase in fuel efficiency. The toxic exhaust reductions are so extraordinary that there have even been reports of GEET modified engines running for hours inside closed rooms with many people present without any known ill effect to person, plant or animal.

The GEET fuel system allows the by-products of combustion to be recycled back into the intake of the internal combustion engine through a system of unique components.  The combustion by-products are altered such that they can support further combustion requiring only the addition of H2O (water) to support the continued process.

While the GEET system varies from application to application, in general, the basic components are as follows:
1. A GEET modified carburetor
2. The GEET reactor chamber
3. The “Air Mix Valve” (AMV)
4. The “Bubbler”
5. The bubbler control mix valve

Fuels vary from waste petroleum products and regular petroleum products to soda pop and pickle juice. All of these fuels are usually diluted to less than 20% of the ratio of the mixture required to support combustion while the remainder is comprised of H2O (water)!

The process is simple: Combusted gasses are introduced into the GEET outer/exhaust reactor chamber causing a voltage build-up in the chamber. The voltage build-up also has its associated magnetic field. The combined exhaust and bubbler [fuel/air mixture (primarily water and exhaust gasses)] components entering the inner/intake chamber of the reactor chamber pass through this same electro/magnetic field and are recombined into a combustible mixture and subsequently re-induced back into the engine via the modified GEET carburetor. The bubbler control valve controls the mixture of exhaust gasses returning to the engine and the Air Mix Valve (AMV) controls the amount of fresh air added to the reactor mixture returning to the engine.

While it is possible to run an engine manually on the exact principals described above, electronic control of the process can make the operation of a GEET modified internal combustion engine wonderfully simple.