|<”h4″ class="title">”The”h4″>The Everything in One Package Treatment to produce *Premium Diesel Fuel.
- Provides Lubricity to meet or exceed all OEM Specifications
- Provides anti-gel protection – will lower CFPP and PP 25°F to 35°F
- Disperses Water – both dissolved and free water
- Improves Fuel Injector Cleanliness to meet or exceed Cummins L-10 specification
- Inhibits corrosion to meet or exceed Cummins N-14 specification
- Improves oxidative stability
- Improves thermal stability
- Raises Cetane 4 to 6 points
- Dissolves gums, varnishes, and carbon deposits and prevent new ones from forming
- Acts to protect seals and gaskets
- Neutralizes Acids
- Stabilizes Fuel
Using CFT – Complete Fuel Treatment can actually save you money. Why spend the extra money for blended fuel (#1D or Kerosene blended with #2D) when CFT can do more for less. Blended fuel is both expensive and counterproductive. Number 1D fuel and or Kerosene has significantly less BTU’s per gallon* than does straight #2D fuel. So using these products gives you less energy per gallon. #1D and or Kerosene are more expensive than #2D.
|Blended fuel costs more per gallon and gives you less energy (mileage and power).Using CFT as directed with straight #2D fuel will give you greater protection to a lower temperature for less than the cost of blended fuel. Plus you get more energy (mileage, power) and all the many other benefits of using CFT.*BTU’s per gallon (approximate) of:#2D – Diesel Fuel – 138,500 – 147,000 BTU’s per gallon#1D – #1 Diesel or Kerosene – 130,000 – 136,000 BTU’s per gallon
- Removes Water from Fuel
- Improves Cetane Rating of Fuel
- Improves Lubricity of Low and Ultra Low Sulfur Fuels
- Improves Fuel Atomization for Greater Efficiency
- Cleans Fuel Injectors and Pumps
- Powerful Anti-Gel to Prevent Fuel from “Gelling” and Fuel line Freeze-ups
- Lowers CFPP and CP by up to 40?F
- Everything needed to create a Premium Diesel Fuel
For best results, use every time you fuel, adding contents to fuel tank(s) prior to fueling. The fueling process will then ensure that complete and proper mixing takes place.
Treatment ratio is 1:1000 which equals 32 oz. per 250 gallons, or 1 gallon per 1000 gallons of fuel.
First time users can use a ratio of 1:500 which is 32 oz. per 125 gallons, or 1 gallon per 500 gallons of fuel to further lower CFPP and PP and to speed the cleaning process.
When operating in extreme conditions, i.e. extreme cold, marine, high humidity, poor quality fuel, it is acceptable to use 32 oz. per 125 gallons (1:500) on a regular basis.
Treats US Gallons
|12 oz. 24/case||10703||40 (per container)
|12 oz. CONCENTRATE 24/case||10704||100 (per container)
|32 oz. 12/case||10705||250 (per container)
|1 US Gallon 4/case||10706||1000 (per container)
|2.5 US Gallons 2/case||10706A||2,500 (per container)
|5 US Gallons (pail)||10707||5,000
|55 US Gallons (drum)||10709||55,000
|275 US Gallons (tote)||10700||275,000