Category: Diesel Fuel Problems

What do I do if I put Diesel Exhaust Fluid in the Diesel Tank?

DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) is a critical component of modern diesel engines as it helps to reduce harmful emissions. However, if DEF is accidentally added to the diesel fuel tank, it can cause serious damage to the engine. When DEF is added to the diesel fuel tank, it can cause the fuel to become contaminated…. Read more »

The Best Diesel Fuel Additive… that works to clean the tank.

Does your additive claim it is a premium 6-in-1 diesel additive or is a total injector cleaner and performance improver? Some magically make water burn off, to raise fuel cetane, to solve the gelling problem and more all in one bottle.  The more things it claims to do, the less chance it can actually do… Read more »

What is Fuel Polishing & why you need it.

Hey there! Are you tired of your diesel fuel getting contaminated and causing all sorts of problems for your equipment? Our portable fuel polishing system is here to save the day (and your fuel). Here’s the deal: our system uses cutting-edge filter-less purifier technology to remove 99% of water and solid contaminants from your fuel…. Read more »

At what temperature does diesel gel and will it freeze?

At 34°F, you begin to see the start of the gelling process and fuel starts to get cloudy. By 15°F, it gets worse and full on gelling has got you, which will block filters and stop you on the spot. To avoid diesel fuel from gelling is to use an anti-gel fuel additive. Anti-gels drop… Read more »