Welcome to "condensator"

The Scientifically Engineered "Blow-by Catch Can" that will SAVE you money and Increase your Performance!

Not to mention the immediate RX your engine will receive upon instillation....(click here for FAQ)



Seeing is Believing!

Just LOOK inside the container....

See what's not being burned in your engine anymore!

What makes this Work?

What will this do?


Elmer W. Bush 1923 - 2004

Inventor of Condensator


Difference between absorption and adsorption:


Adsorption is the process in which atoms, ions or molecules from a substance (it could be gas, liquid or dissolved solid) adhere to a surface of the adsorbent.

Adsorption is a surface-based process where a film of adsorbate is created on the surface while absorption involves the entire volume of the absorbing substance it is the process in which a fluid is dissolved by a liquid or a solid (absorbent).


Accumulation of the molecular species at the surface rather than in the bulk of the solid or liquid is termed as adsorption.


Adsorption and absorption are both sorption processes.


Absorption occurs when atoms pass through or enter a bulky material. During absorption, the molecules are entirely dissolved or diffused in the absorbent to form a solution. Once dissolved, the molecules cannot be separated easily from the absorbent.


Adsorption is generally classified into physisorption (weak van der Waal’s forces) and chemisorption (covalent bonding). It may also occur due to electrostatic attraction. The molecules are held loosely on the surface of the adsorbent and can be easily removed.




It works on the principle of adsorption.....NOT absorption)


Condensators are installed in your vehicle's PCV system between the PCV Valve and the inlet manifold.


It separates and condenses out heavier hydrocarbons from the crankcase emmisions, while permitting any unburned petrol in it's  vapor state, and additional oxygen to pass back into the intake manifold to be re burned.


The Condensator separates, condensates and collects the heavy hydrocarbons in the glass jar; which you must periodically empty from time to time depending on use.


The lighter hydrocarbons pass through the adsorption separator (screen/filter) to mix with air and then is rerouted back to the intake manifold to com-bust more efficiently.


The result is a more complete combustion or burning of the fuel in each of the cylinders.


The Condensator will cut engine wear and save you costly repairs.


The Condensator can cut your vehicle's emissions by up to 75%.


It can also cut your fuel expenses up to as much as 30%...




 At Condensator Canada we are committed to helping consumers save money, improve the performance of their equipment and take better care of the environment through the advanced technology we provide.

Who said you can't make things
Last forever.....

Test Results


North Canadian White Truck Sales Ltd.

Darryl Jones

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


I am writing this letter to express my satisfaction with your product "THE CONDENSATOR".

After having the engine properly tuned, I had a Condensator installed on my motor home.  I recently returned from Florida, having traveled over 7,000 miles with my new Condensator.

I noticed an increase in power as well as improved gas mileage.  The mileage went from 10 miles per gallon to 12.5 miles per gallon.  That was engine.  this was seen from the deposits left in the jar.

In closing, I would like to say that I would highly recommend your product to all.

What we Can do for you

Our Products

Model "A"


For gasoline engines in excess of 140 cubic inch displacement (2.3 liters) that do not have computer controlled carburetion or electronic fuel injection systems.


The safer, easier way to purchase your CONDENSATOR:


(Call for Special Pricing on multiple orders)

We ship within 24 hours of receiving your order, (weekends and Holidays are exceptions). PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER!

Good design is good business.



Contact Us

Call: Steve Harris





Call: 1-403-330-3397


Email: bryanharris@condensator.com





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