Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Additives from Cen-Pe-Co
Properties of Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel
- Inadequate lubricity: Catastrophic failures possible in 50 hours if untreated
- Less Cetane than desired: 40 minimum mandated, 43 minimum needed
- Higher surface tension
- Less fuel economy
- Less stable
- More likely to form rust
- Failure due to lack of lubrication will not be covered by manufacturer's warranty.
Benefits of Cen-Pe-Co Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Additives
- Excellent Anti-Gel Protection
- Restores lubricity
- Increses Cetane up to 5
- Lowers surface tension
- Improves fuel efficiency
- Improves fuel stability
- Inhibits rust
- Cen-Pe-Co has been making only lubricating type fuel additives for 65+ years - you can trust our track record.
- Even if a distributor has added a lubricating additive to the fuel, a significant increase in protection will be achieved when adding Cen-Pe-Co Fuel Additives.
- "My wreckers run better, make more power and start easier. Although it's hard to measure the increase in miles per gallon, I know my mileage has improved with the Cen-Pe-Co Fuel Additive because I can make more service calls between fuel stops."
- "I have gone from 5.7mpg to 6.0mpg by using Cen-Pe-Co Diesel max in my semi. It also runs smoother and makes more power."
- I changed to Cen-Pe-Co Oil and Diesel Max at the same time. In spite of oil and fuel filter change this 475 Cummins idled smoothly immediately! Fuel mileage is up, smoke is down, and things are always smoother. I have tried all the major additives through the years and know Diesel Max is the best.
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Example of Potential Savings
|Fuel:||$4.00 / gallon|
|Treatment cost:||$0.031 / gallon|
|100,000 miles / 6.00mpg =||16,666.66|
|100,000 miles / 6.25mpg =||16,000.00|
|666.66 (gallons of fuel saved)|
$4.00 (cost of fuel)|
|-$496.00 (cost of treatment)|
|$2170.64 net savings|
Even the most efficient diesel engines are only about 35% efficient in terms of converting fuel energy to flywheel horsepower. The remaining energy is lost to heat, friction, and exhaust gases.
Consider that at 1800rpm, the fuel has less than 1/300 of a second to light and burn completely. Would it make sense to you if we added a surfactant to make the fuel break up into smaller droplets and improved cetane to start the burn a little earlier, that we could burn the fuel a little more completely and convert more of the potential energy to flywheel horsepower?