Part 4: Fuel stabilization
Each new load of fuel placed in your tank should
include the addition of a stabilizing agent. This increases the fuel's
lubricity (protecting fuel pumps and injectors), extends its storability
and helps reduce black smoke emissions.
Diesel fuel stabilization treatment:
- Extends the life of stored fuel and improves fuel quality.
- Cleans the entire fueling system.
- Disperses insoluble gums and varnishes in low-quality fuels.
- Reduces emission of black smoke and particulates.
- Provides excellent anti-wear protection for fuel pumps and injectors,
especially in engines burning low sulfur diesel.
- Lubricates without adding sulfur.
- Provides supplemental ring and valve-train anti-wear protection.
- Inhibits fuel oxidation during storage.
- Protects against rust and corrosion.
- Separates moisture rapidly from fuel.
- Helps control conditions that lead to the presence of harmful