FULL BOAR TM.
PREVENTATIVE FUEL TREATMENT
How it works;
This incredible product, designed in-house, with assistance of our specialist chemist, dissolves the gums and varnishes that build up in fuel tanks, fuel lines, fuel pumps, carburettors, injectors and most importantly valve faces. During combustion, microscopic amounts of gums and varnish attach themselves to injectors and valve faces.
Vehicles which have travelled in excess of 100,000 kilometres will suffer a build up of gum and varnish. The remnants of the occasional tank of off-spec, or Bad fuel will result in improper valve seating, robbing a nominal amount of compression from the cylinder. This decreases combustion efficiency and increases the amount of unburnt fuel. Unburnt fuel compounds the effect of lacquering on valve faces and injectors. FULL BOAR Fuel Additive will remove these deposits, restoring power, economy and decreasing the emissions of unburnt fuel.
FULL BOAR fuel additive will scavenge free water (condensation) from tank internals transforming it into a sub-micronic emulsion, allowing the moisture to pass through the combustion process with no detrimental effects to fuel pumps, injectors or oxygen sensors. Microbial material is broken down into sub-micronic particles, again passing through the combustion process without the inconvenience of blocked or restricted filters.
Additionally FULL BOAR Fuel Additive introduces increased lubricity to the fuel system, ensuring extended pump and injector life.
FULL BOAR has a solution for all fuel types and all styles of combustion engines. We have products to treat Diesel, Distillate, Gasolene, Leaded & Unleaded Petrol, Premium Unleaded, 2 Stroke fuels, ensuring the safety and reliability of your engine by enhancing fuel quality.
FULL BOAR Fuel Additive has other benefits too, which makes it's addition to your tank, a must when refuelling. FULL BOAR Fuel Additive has independantly shown it's ability to improve fuel economy by between 6 and11%, and has also shown to boost performance by 6% or greater.
Our additive is currently utilised by a wide variety of customers including heavy transport, farming, mining and marine, and heavy industry and light transport such as private and public passanger vehicles. They all use our products to ensure a continuous and trouble free supply of fuel to the expensive engines and equipment.
Diesel fuel is a complex mixture of hydrocarbon molecules derived from petroleum crude. Over time stored fuel will darken due to oxidation, repolymerization and agglomeration of certain components. The darkening is accompanied by the formation of sediment that plugs filters and causes poor combustion. Gums and sediments in the fuel that develop over time do not burn in the engine very well, this can lead to carbon and soot deposits on injectors and other combustion surfaces which may lead to more serious problems.
Fuel resellers are aware of the effetcs of time and inactivity on fuel quality, They suggest that if diesel fuel is stored it should be replaced with fresh fuel within 12 Months unless special precautions or cleaning actions are put in place.
Another diesel quality problem is algae, which is a bacterial or fungal growth. There are several forms, but they all live in water and feed on fuel. Generally speaking algae is a living slime that will plug / block fuel filters. Water is the key catalyst for algae contamination. It is not possible to stop water from getting into fuel as the tank must always be vented to atmosphere, water naturally condensates on the insides of the tank walls with temperature changes. Good maintenance practices for diesel storage tanks and regular diesel fuel polishing can prevent premature repairs and breakdowns with the removal of these tank contaminants.
Under normal storage conditions diesel fuel can be expected to stay in a useable condition for:
12 months only at an ambient temperature of 20ºC.
6-12 months at an ambient temperature higher than 30ºC.
Most diesel engine problems start out as poor fuel quality, but end up as expensive repairs and out of service equipment. The source for 90 % of all engine failures is poor diesel fuel quality. Removing and disposing of contaminated diesel fuel and purchasing new fuel is a very expensive proposition, even when contaminated fuel is removed you still have a contaminated tank and just refilling the tank with new fuel does not solve the problem. Unless the tank and it's auxilliary equipment is thoroughly cleaned the new fuel becomes compromised by the remaining contaminents which remain in the tank.
When your business or livelihood relies on your diesel powered equipment, clean fuel is paramount. Any application of fuel in storage will need extra special considerations. A diesel engine will not run if it is exposed to old or contaminated fuel. The use by date of fuel is limited and must be considered in any regular diesel maintenance program. Diesel fuel maintenance is often forgotten and can cause significant problems for your equipment reliability. Get your diesel fuel cleaned and polished to ensure your equipments runs and stay running. Don't wait until it's too late, Don't run the Risk!.