Diesel Fuel Additive to Clean, Lubricate, Boost Cetane and Keep DPF Filters Clean
DIESEL FUEL CONDITIONER + CETANE BOOSTER
BestLine Diesel Fuel Conditioner + Cetane Booster is a premium wintertime diesel fuel protection and fuel quality enhancer. Using advanced technology that modifies wax crystals into shapes that will more easily pass through modern fuel filters. It also contains an anti-icing inhibitor that lowers the freezing point of water. BestLine Diesel Fuel Conditioner +Cetane Booster keeps fuel liquid and flowing in cold weather, even after prolonged cold spells.
- Effective in all diesel fuels including ULSD and biodiesel blends.
- Heavy-Duty diesel engine fleets of all kinds.
- Diesel passenger cars.
- Stationary diesel equipment used for power generation, compressors, pumps, and industrial work.
- Mining equipment.
- Municipal diesel engine fleets – sanitation, bus lines, school buses.
- Industrial Marine Diesels burning #2 fuels
- Contains maximum fuel lubrication. Protects fuel injectors and pumps against accelerated wear from Low and Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) fuels.
- Boosts cetane 3 to 6 numbers. Engines run smoother with less power lag.
- Boosts power. Reduces need to downshift during high-load conditions.
- Keeps fuel injectors clean including High-Pressure Common Rail (HPCR) injectors.
- Decreases fuel consumption up to 8%. Saves on fuel costs.
- Improves diesel fuel’s resistance to thermal and oxidative degradation. Protects against sludge formation that plugs fuel filters and injectors.
- ULSD compliant. Contains less than 15 parts per million (ppm) sulfur.
• Prevents fuel gelling in temperatures as low as -40F. • Equals performance of a 50/50 blend of No. 2 and No. 1 diesel fuels.
• Lowers Cold-Filter Plugging Point (CFPP) as much as 36F. Keeps fuel filters from plugging with wax.
• Boosts cetane 3 to 6 numbers for faster cold starts. • Contains anti-icing additives. Protects against fuel filter icing.
• Contains wax anti-settling dispersants. Protects against fuel filter plugging at temperatures below the fuel cloud point.