"Partners in Education"
This section of our website was designed especially for you, the educator. This section will provide you with information relating to a vehicle's Fuel Evaporative (EVAP) System that we hope will help you in the development of your teaching curriculum.  You have our permission to use it.
If you have questions or suggestions, don't hesitate to contact us.

We Believe:
Corporate North America has an obligation to keep colleges and instructors
up-to-date with the newest technologies and support them by outlining applications and operation."

Our Vision:
"To provide a link between industry and institution so that students entering
the workforce will be equipped with knowledge of the latest in technology."

Test Safely
We support the safer testing practices of using an inert gas such as nitrogen, as the carrier gas for the smoke vapor, when testing a vehicle’s fuel vapor recovery (EVAP) system.  Science supports the fact that it is safer.  In fact, virtually all automakers that have approved the use of smoke vapor technology now recommend or require the use of nitrogen.

See SAE International Technical Papers
on potential testing hazards when using shop air to test an EVAP system:
 For Gasoline vehicles:
http://www.sae.org/technical/papers/2007-01-1235
For Ethanol (E85) vehicles:
http://www.sae.org/technical/papers/2008-01-0554

The material in this website is intended for education use only. The information is from the indicated sources.
We take no responsibility for it's accuracy or any damages arising from its use
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