Earth Day was first officially recognized on April 22, 1970 as a way to demonstrate support for a healthy environment, raise awareness about environmental issues, and remind people that everyone needs to contribute to a sustainable planet.
The passage of the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act are considered to be products associated with the 1970 Earth Day.
As can be expected, Earth Day and chemistry go hand-in-hand, since so many of the issues that threaten the environment have a chemical basis. Some chemical products are actually developed in support of bettering environmental conditions.
One key Fluoramics product was engineered as a solution directed towards lessening smog in New York City.
“The idea for Tufoil came one day when I was flying down the corridor in New York City. I saw the crud coming up from the canyons and I figured I’d have to do something about all that automobile exhaust.”
-Franklin G. Reick,
Fluoramics’ founder and inventor of Tufoil Engine Treatment.
(Excerpt from Just Frank, My Life as an Intrepid Inventor).
Tufoil Engine Treatment
Tufoil has a pure synthetic base of the highest quality possible. The magic in Tufoil is the incredibly tiny size of the PTFE particles suspended in your oil.
The results are impressive:
* Eliminates sediment deposits
* Reduces engine noise
* Reduces friction
* Faster cranking speed under all weather conditions
* Increased horsepower and acceleration
* Extended engine life
The Guinness World Book of Records deemed Tufoil to be the world’s most efficient lubricant.
Like all of Fluoramics’ products, Tufoil Engine Treatment is non-hazardous, solvent-free, and has virtually no VOCs.