E-ZOIL, one of the key players when it comes to performance-enhancing fuel additives and cleaning solutions, has debuted what the company claims is a complete diesel fuel system cleaner. Named Carbon Crusher, the new system can lower fuel costs as it thoroughly cleans the entire fuel system by removing accumulated deposits.
E-ZOIL’s vice president, Christopher Miller said that the product has been formulated specially for high pressure common rail fuel systems. Accumulated deposits can significantly reduce fuel economy and Carbon Crusher can dissolve asphaltenes that can clog up fuel filters. Carbon Crusher stabilizes fuel for prolonged use, increases power and reduces diesel particulate filter (DPF) regeneration.
Carbon Crusher comprises technologically advanced detergents which are capable of removing carbon deposits throughout the entire fuel system. These include both internal diesel injector deposits (IDID) and traditional coke deposits. Generally, IDIDs are found in high pressure common rail fuel systems.
Carbon Crusher also has a heavy-duty lubricant that minimizes chances of failure of fuel system components and increases lubrication. The product also increases the cetane number, which lowers the ignition point of diesel fuel and helps it to ignite faster, thus leading to smoother functioning of the engine.
When it comes to packaging, Carbon Crusher is available in 8- and 16-ounce bottles, a 1-gallon bottle and a 5-gallon pail. The 8-ounce bottle can be used to treat 100 gallons of diesel fuel. Motorists are advised to add Carbon Crusher before filling a tank of fuel.
E-ZOIL has a wide range of performance additives which have been specifically formulated to meet all the latest emission norms and are compatible with the ultra-low sulfur diesel and biodiesel blends that have become popular lately. The company’s products do not plug DPFs and provide added protection for diesel-powered equipment.
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