XanaFlow Technologies

The physics of the core XanaFlow concept was conceived in 1972 with the various supporting technologies being developed over the past decade. Emerging technology transformer design and manufacturing, NASA supported materials science and computer firmware coding have seen critical milestones in the release of the XanaFlow product.  Successful product execution has also been greatly aided by advanced 3D scanning and rapid prototype 3D printing.

We have discovered that many mechanical and electrical engineers in the transportation industry have been aware of the general concept for years.  Why hasn’t it been installed in mass manufactured vehicles?  Simple, the technology is expensive and until the price of fuel out-weighed the price of manufacture and installation, it was hard to justify for both the manufacturers and the consumers.  Also, ponder that this device will extend the life cycle of your vehicle’s engine – potentially x2 compared to running without it.  Manufacturers want to sell new vehicles so extending the life cycle of a vehicle’s engine x2 is not attractive to them.

The development and release of the XanaFlow device has been driven by the rising costs and environmental issues of petroleum and coal over recent  years.

XanaFlow is the right solution at the right price at the right time!

The XanaFlow development team numbers over 100 mechanical and electrical engineers, material science specialists, fabricators, lab technicians, quality assurance staff, government liaisons, industry specialists, engine mechanics, emissions specialists, drivers, database and research staff.

We will install literally hundreds of millions of these units over the coming decade helping people save money, to use less petroleum resources, to help motivate the use of higher percentages of biodiesel (from 2nd generation feedstock) and to help the environment with lower emissions.

XanaFlow Technologies have been Patented in the United States, Canada, European Union, Japan, Australia and those nations that recognize Patent Rights in these nations.


Material in the XanaFlow developed by NASA