Best Fuel Treatment for Diesel Engines

Description

The Best Fuel Treatment for Diesel Engines is a bio-qualified fuel improver. It is bio-qualified to perform effectively in bio-blended diesel fuels. Today, the most common fuel used by diesel operators is B5 or 5% biodiesel fuel. It is the industry standard today. 5% biodiesel is added to diesel fuel as a lubricity modifier. It is very important that extensive testing is conducted on fuel additives so that it is determined that the fuel additive package will contain the required fuel additive chemistry to be helpful and function when added to B5 diesel fuel. This fuel treatment is fully tested and proven to be the finest bio-qualified fuel improver available for 5% biodiesel fuel. The Best Fuel Treatment for Diesel Engines improves thermal stability, offers increased lubricity, utilizes Clean Run Technology, restores and improves power and efficiency, and helps stabilize fuel for storage. One of the most mentioned issues confronting diesel equipment operators when utilizing modern-day B5 diesel fuels is the loss of power. This fuel treatment vastly helps improve power. Through its unique chemistry, this biodiesel fuel treatment stabilizes the fuel, thus allowing the maximum number of BTUs to be generated when the B5 fuel is burned. Also, due to this fuel treatment’s Clean Run Technology, diesel engine power remains at its highest because of the fuel treatment’s ability to keep pins, vital fuel injection components, and spindles free of gum, varnish, and lacquer.

Unique Clean Run Technology

One of the main objectives when engineering this high-quality fuel treatment was to offer a fuel treatment that would help clean and maintain a clean fuel system. Today’s current diesel fuel injection systems are designed and engineered to function with extremely close tolerances. If these highly engineered fuel injection systems were to accumulate any buildup of deposits, then their abilities to perform and run efficiently would greatly suffer. This biodiesel fuel treatment, with its proprietary Clean Run Technology, was formulated with specialized detergents that are extremely effective at keeping injection and fuel systems free of harmful power-robbing deposits.

Thermal Stability Enhancement

Modern day biodiesel fuels have a reputation of being thermally unstable and have shown to lack the required thermal stability during the high temperatures and large fuel injection pressures that they are exposed to by today’s diesel fuel injection systems. The current bio-based diesel fuels that are utilized by diesel operators show a breakdown internally during operation. This internal breakdown results in gum, varnish, and lacquer deposits accumulating. These harmful deposits hinder functionality, reduce power, and cause a decrease in fuel mileage. OEMs and diesel fuel experts have given these breakdown issues the moniker of “ID” which stands for Internal Diesel Injector Deposits. This fuel treatment, with its superlative chemistry, will vastly improve a biodiesel’s thermal stability. You can expect ID issues to virtually disappear. The Best Fuel Treatment for Diesel Engines will improve diesel fuel performance, improve fuel economy, increase power, extend injector life, and minimize breakdowns.

Reduce Friction and Wear

One of the industry standard tests to measure the amount of wear that is allowed by diesel fuel is called the High Frequency Reciprocating Rig Test or HFRR for short. The typical allowed wear level that is specified in the US is 520 microns of wear. This level is higher than any other modern country in the world. In comparison, Europe allows 460 microns of wear from diesel fuel to be an acceptable level. The goal is to reduce that number to much lower levels. It goes without saying, nobody wants unnecessary wear for diesel engine components. The Best Fuel Treatment for Diesel Engines can lower the HFRR wear rate to a more acceptable 350-370 microns of wear from diesel fuel. This is accomplished by reducing friction and temperatures, which leads to an overall reduction in wear.

Comes in 6 gallon pail.