Fuel Differences

As you know, differences in diesel fuels around the world create the possibility of corrosion. Dirt in fuel creates corrosion, and corrosion creates its own condensation. The trend towards common rail engines definitely comes with its share of risk. We know this. Efficient and low emission engines are sent to other parts of the world where they run on cheap high sulfur fuel. Sulfur contaminates the intake manifold, and this can cause major damage—You get the picture. A clear solution to this is making alloys that are corrosion bulletproof. Look into our proprietary materials— We’ve got you covered.

 

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