Approval Details

Valid E.O.

Validity

This Executive Order approved the specified parts on on March 8, 2013.
As of Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 this Executive Order has not been overturned or superceeded.

Approved Parts

Models
2013 and older model-year gasoline vehicles certififed to California Low-Emission Vehicle II ultra-low-emission vehicle (LEV II ULEV) or less stringent exhaust emission standards. This exemption excludes 2010-2013 model-year Honda Insight certified to LEV II ULEV exhaust emission standards and California zero-fuel evaporative emission standards. This exemption also excludes all vehicles certified to California zero-fuel evaporative emission standards.

This Executive Order may be listed as:
  • C.A.R.B.E.O. D-703
  • Executive Order 703 / D703
  • ARB # D-703
  • Executive Order No: D-703
  • C.A.R.B. No. D-703
  • Resolution D-703
For Free CARB Executive Order Status verification, email an image of the device Executive Order label as well as the Year/Make/Model and Test Group # of the vehicle to [email protected]

Download: Executive Order D-703 PDF

D-703 Document:



                                      _ | State‘of California
                                    AIR RESOURCES BOARD _

                                    EXECUTIVE ORDER D—703

                             ,      Relating to Exemptions under
                                 Section 27156 of the Vehicle Code

                                           FuelTool, LLC
                                              FuelTooI

 Pursuant to the authorlty
                         vestedinthe All’ Resources Board by Sectlon 27156 of the
 Vehlcle Code; and .

  Pursuant to the authority vested in the underSIgned by Sections 39515 and 39516 of the
 ‘Health and Safety Code and Executlve Order G—02—003

 4T IS ORDERED AND RESOLVED: That installation of the FuelTool device,
 manufactured by FuelTool, LLC of 175 Rock Road, Glen Rock, New Jersey 07452, has
 been found not to reduce the effectiveness of the applicable vehicle pollution control
 system, and therefore, the FuelTool deviceis exempt from the prohibitions in Section
 27156 of the California Vehicle Code for installation on 2013.and ‘older model—year
 gasoline vehicles certified to California Low—Emission Vehicle II ultra—low—emission ~
 vehicle (LEV II ULEV) or less stringent exhaust emission standards. This Executive
 Order excludes 2010 through 2013 model—year Honda Insight certified to LEV II ULEV _
 exhaust emission standards and California zero—fuel evaporétive emission standards‘.

  This exemption excludes all vehicles certlfled to Cahfornla zerofuel evaporatlve
  emission standards

  This Ex'eoutive Order is based on evaporative emissiontesting and On—Board      _
  Diagnostic II system check conducted by FuelTool, LLC with the FuelTool device.

  Exemption of the FuelTool device shall not be constfuéd as an ex'empfioh to sell, offer for
  sale, or advertise any componentsof the system as individual devices.

~ This Executive Order shall not apply to any dévice advertised, offered for sale, sold
  with, or installed on a motor vehicle prior to or concurrent with transfer to an ultimate _
  purchaser..            —                                 .

  This Executive Order is valid provided that installation instructions for the FuelTool
  device do not recommend tuning the vehicle to specifications different from those of the
_ vehicle manufacturer

  Changes made to the design or operating conditions of the FueleOI device, as exempt
  by the Air Resources Board, which adversely affect the performance of thevehicle‘s
  pollution control system shall invalidate this Executive Order.


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Marketing of the FuelTool device using an identification other than that shown in this
Executive Order or for an application other than those listed in this Executive Order
shall be prohibited unless prior approval is obtained from the Air Resources Board.

In addition to the foregoing, the Air Resources Board reserves the right in the future to
review this Executive Order and the exemption provided herein to assure that the
exempted add—on or modified part continues to meet the standards and procedures of
Title 13, California Code of Regulations, Section 2222 et seq.

This Executive Order does not constitute any opinion as to the effect the use of the
FuelTool device may have on any warranty either expressed or implied by the vehicle
manufacturer.

No claim of any kind, such as "Approved by the Air Resourceé Board," may be made
with respect to the action taken herein in any advertlsmg or other oral or written
commumcatlon                   .

THIS EXECUTIVE ORDER DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CERTIFICATION,
ACCREDITATION, APPROVAL, OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF ENDORSEMENT BY THE
AIR RESOURCES BOARD OF CLAIMS OF THE APPLICANT CONCERNING
ANTI—POLLUTION BENEFITS OR ANY ALLEGED BENEFITS OF TRANSFER
FLOW, INC.‘S FUELTOOL DEVICE.

Violation of any of the above conditions shall be grounds for revocation of this Executive
Order. The Executive Order may be revoked only after a ten—day written notice of
intention to revoke the Executive Order, in which period the holder of the Executive
Order may request in writing a hearing to contest the proposed revocation. If a hearing
is requested, it shall be held within ten days of receipt of the request and the Executive
Order may not be revoked until a determination is made after a hearmg that grounds for
revocation exist.

Executed at El Monte, Califomia, this 8‘24’!: day of March 2013.




                                      Annstte Hebert, Chief
                                        obile Source Operations Division




                        FUELTOOL, LLC —FUELTOOL — D—703


                                                       EVALUATION SUMMARY

 Manufacturer Name: FuelTool, LLC

 Name of Dev10e FuelTool

 Background
        FuelTool, LLC (FuelTool) of 175 Rock Road, Glen Rock, New Jersey 07452 has
 requested exemption of its FuelTool device from the prohibitions in Section 27156 of the
  California Vehicle Code. The device is designed for 2013 and older model—year gasoline
~ vehicles. The vehicles are certified to LEV II ultra—low—emission vehicle (LEV I1 ULEV) exhaust
 emission standards, LEV II evaporative emission standards, and On—Board Refueling‘Vapor
 Recovery (ORVR) emission standard. They arealso subject to the On—Board Diagnostic II
 (OBD II) system reqwrements

 Recommendatlon
         Grant exemption to FuelTool as requested and ilssue Executive Order D—703. The
 exemption applies to 2013 and older model—year gasoline vehicles certified to LEV II ULEV or
 less stringent exhaust emission standards. The exemption excludes 2010 through 2013 model—
 year Honda Insight certified to LEV I1 ULEV exhaust emission standards and California zero—fuel
 evaporative emission standards. The.exemption excludes all vehicles certified to California
 zero—fuel evaporative (ZFE) emission standards.

 Device Description:                                                    O
         The FuelTool device is a fuel dispensing system that transfers fuel from the host vehicle
 fuel tank to another on— oroff—road recipient vehicle/equipment tank. According to FuelTool, its
 design reduces evaporative emissions and fuel spillage from portable gas containers more
 commonly used to fuel such recipient vehicle/equipment. The FuelTool device is permanently
 mounted ontothe host vehicle. It consists of a refueling nozzle, coiled refueling line, shear
 valve (stops fuel flow in an accident), fuel transfer line, fuel line quick connect fittings, and a
  housing assembly. The quick connect fittings allow installation of the fuel transfer line between >
  the host tank and the engine. The fuel transfer line is connected to the refueling nozzle. When
  the host vehicle is idling, the fuel pump provides surplus supply of fuel from the tank to the
  refueling nozzle through the teed transfer line. Fueling is allowed via a manual regulator knob
  (on—off switch) in the assembly and is started with a push of a button on the nozzle. On
  average, fuel is transferred at a rate of two gallons per minute. The assembly is mounted in the
— vehicle truck bed or to the side of the vehicle. No modification to the vehicle‘s exhaust or
  evaporative emission control systems is made.

 Discussion/Basis for the Recommendation:
        This exemption is based on 3—day diurnal evaporatlve emission testing and OBD II ~
~ system check conducted on a 2008 model—year 5.3 liter Chevrolet Silverado pick—up truck (2008
 5.3 liter Sierra truck; 8GMXT05.3380/8GMXRO223840; 32,903 miles) withthe FuelTool device.              .
 The test results arepresented below:                                                                       ]

                                 Hot Soak           3—Day Diurnal       HS + 3—D (grams/test)
      Baseline                     0.00                 0.23             .       , 0.23
      FuelTool      _              0.03                 0.23                       0.24
   US EPA ADF               [\      c—=                  ——                  .    0.000
       w/ DF                        ——                   e—05   0                 . 0.24
   150K Standard        _         ——            _        ——         |              0.90
     OEM Cert.                   e          -            ——                        0.71

                                                                                   )


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Test results showed that the deteriorated emissions of the modified vehicle do not exceed the
applicable standard. OBD II system check during the emission test showed no diagnostic
trouble codes. Based on the above, the FuelTool device is not expected to have any adverse
impact on the emissions or OBD II systems of the vehicles covered under this exemption.



Document Created: 2019-05-27 11:43:29
Document Modified: 2019-05-27 11:43:29

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