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1. (WO2009137710) APPAREIL POUR AMÉLIORER LE RENDEMENT ÉNERGÉTIQUE ET POUR RÉDUIRE LES ÉMISSIONS DANS DES MOTEURS À COMBUSTION DE COMBUSTIBLE FOSSILE
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What is claimed is:

1. An apparatus for assisting with reduced fuel emissions and increased fuel efficiency, the apparatus comprising

a fuel inflow interface operable to couple with a fuel line for the intake of fuel;

a fuel channeling chamber coupled to the fuel inflow interface, the fuel channeling chamber operable to direct the flow of fuel through the apparatus;

at set of aligned magnetic members disposed within the fuel channeling chamber such that the flow of fuel passes through a magnetic field created by the set of aligned magnetic members; and

a fuel outflow interface operable to couple to the fuel line to facilitate the flow of fuel from the channeling chamber back to the fuel line.

2. The apparatus of claim 1 wherein the fuel inflow interface further comprises a gasket for seating the apparatus to the fuel line.

3. The apparatus of claim 1 wherein the fuel outflow interface further comprises a gasket for seating the apparatus to the fuel line.

4. The apparatus of claim 1 wherein the fuel channeling chamber further comprises a single path for fuel to flow from the fuel inflow interface to the fuel outflow interface.

5. The apparatus of claim 1 wherein the aligned magnetic members are disposed such that the fuel flowing though the fuel channeling chamber comes into direct contact with the magnetic members.

6. A method for reducing emissions when burning fuel in an internal combustion engine, the method comprising:

directing fuel into a fuel channeling chamber prior to burning the fuel in the internal combustion engine;

passing the fuel through a magnetic field such that the fuel comes into direct contact with magnetic members that induced the magnetic field; and

directing fuel out of the fuel channeling chamber into the internal combustion engine.

7. The method of claim 6 further comprising reducing the number of particulates in the fuel when the fuel is passed through the magnetic field.

8. The method of claim 6 further comprising reducing the size of fuel molecules from approximately 300 nanometers to approximately 3 nanometers when the fuel is passed through the magnetic field.

9. The method of claim 6 further comprising configuring the magnetic members to produce a pre-defined hyper magnetic field.

10. The method of claim 6 further comprising improving fuel efficiency and reducing fuel emissions in the internal combustion engines by passing the fuel through the magnetic field.

11. A system, comprising:

a nano-jet filter having first set of aligned magnetic members disposed within a fuel channeling chamber such that flow of fuel passes through a hyper magnetic field created by the first set of aligned magnetic members, the hyper magnetic field operable to remove particulates from the fuel; and a nano-jet saver having second set of aligned magnetic members disposed within a fuel channeling chamber such that flow of fuel passes through a second magnetic field created by the second set of aligned magnetic members, the second magnetic field operable to reduce granularity of the fuel.

12. The system of claim 11 , further comprising a third set of aligned magnetic members disposed within the fuel channeling chamber of the nano-jet saver such that the flow of fuel also passes through a third magnetic field created by the third set of aligned magnetic members.

13. The system of claim 11 wherein each set of aligned magnetic members are disposed on an assembly such that the assembly may be removed from the fuel channeling chamber via an access point.

14. The apparatus of claim 13 wherein the access point comprises a threaded junction point such that the assembly may be rotatably secured to a surrounding body of the fuel channeling chamber.

15. The system of claim 11 wherein the fuel channeling chamber in the nano-jet saver further comprises a plurality of paths for fuel to flow from a fuel inflow interface to a fuel outflow interface.

16. The system of claim 11 further comprising a flush plug disposed on the nano-jet saver and secured in a flush plug seating such that when the flush plug is removed, the fuel channeling chamber is exposed for flushing.

17. The system of claim 11 disposed within a fuel system of an internal combustion engine such that fuel flows through the system prior to reaching the internal combustion engine, wherein the fuel is filtered and granularized for more efficient burning and burning with reduced emissions.

18. A system for reducing emissions in a vehicle having an internal combustion engine, the system comprising:

a fuel tank suitable for holding fuel to be consumed in an internal combustion engine;

an emissions device for transforming the fuel to burn more efficiently and less emissions, the emissions device including a fuel channeling chamber having a set of aligned magnetic members such that the flow of fuel passes through a magnetic field created by the set of aligned magnetic members;

an internal combustion engine operable to use fossil fuel to convert energy from a chemical reaction into rotational energy; and

a fuel line suitable for providing a fuel flow path from the fuel tank through the emissions device and to the internal combustion engine.

19. The system of claim 18, further comprising:

a fuel pump disposed between the fuel tank and the emissions device along the fuel line, the fuel pump operable to pump fuel from the fuel tank through the fuel line; and

a fuel filter disposed between the fuel pump and the emissions device along the fuel line, the fuel filter operable to remove large particulates from the fuel in the fuel line.

20. The system of claim 18, further comprising a fuel injection system disposed between the emissions device and the internal combustion engine along the fuel line, the fuel injection system controlled by an engine control unit and operable to inject fuel from the fuel line into combustion chambers in the internal combustion engine.