Arthur Warfield & Associates, LLC (“AWA Composites”) has engineered carbon fiber based composite components for internal usage not yet available in the automotive industry. AWA is now pioneering the introduction of their cutting-edge products into the marketplace, well ahead of even the largest car manufacturers such as Lamborghini , GM, Ford, and Mercedes Benz to name a few. The use of carbon fiber material has become popular as various trim kit options in the newest model vehicles due to its multi-purpose flexibility, strength, durability and modern look. AWA has taken the use of carbon fiber composites a step further beyond just aesthetic purposes by expansion into various engine components and wheels.
However the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards are regulations in the United States, first enacted by the United States Congress in 1975, after the 1973-74 Arab Oil Embargo, to improve the average fuel economy of cars and light trucks (trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles) produced for sale in the United States. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulates CAFE standards and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) measures vehicle fuel efficiency. Congress specifies that CAFE standards must be set at the "maximum feasible level" given consideration for: technological feasibility; economic practicality; effect of other standards on fuel economy; need of the nation to conserve energy.
Therefore creating the need as per CAFÉ mandates to the industry standards, to develop more fuel efficient vehicles moving forward. The benefits of our technology is lower reciprocating mass weight(s) , therefore transient response inside the engine occur at a more fuel efficient rate and with the additional benefit of increased performance. The results are revolutionary and benefits are broader than just an improved appearance, these products also dramatically improve performance.
AWA has secured the exclusive rights for use of the highest Aerospace-quality carbon fiber material from the supplier(s). A proprietary sealant process has been developed and tested to overlay the products which provides additional protection from fluid uptake and friction. Prototypes have been produced and are ready for Finite Element Analysis (“FEA’s”) to be completed by an independent engineering firm. Trademarks and provisional patents have been filed with the federal agencies and are now in review for approval.