Fuel to Fit Your Needs
Fuels that meet the EPA’s requirements today are not fit to burn in an engine purely on their own. To prevent downtime and reduce costs, fuel additives are recommended to remove varnish and carbon deposits. Issues such as these can limit fuel delivery and lower fuel performance. Corrosion inhibitors, detergent, and stabilizers are invaluable additives to ensuring optimal performance of your engines and fueling systems.
There are two primary types of fuel additives—those that help while your engine is being used and those that maintain the fuel’s functionality while in storage. In-use fuel additives improve performance and clean your fuel system while stabilizing the fuel. Storage fuel additives keep your fuel intact so that it won’t corrode your system or engine. If the customer or supplier isn’t using additives, it will be a detriment to your systems. This challenge can be corrected at very little cost. Keeping components clean will easily improve system performance and ensure a longer life to your machinery. If you’re not adding additives to your fuels, talk to us about the benefits of doing so. We can tell you the what, how much, when, and why of fuel additives.