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Whether you drive a diesel car or operate a big rig, you can rely on the diesel additives from Power Service for year-round engine performance improvement, trouble-free winter operation and proper fuel tank hygiene. We are the diesel experts and any size diesel engine will run better with Power Service.

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Winter’s Bite: Gel and Ice

Iced-up fuel-filters or fuel lines are common in diesel engines when the temperature is very close to 32-degrees. Power Service has an emergency diesel-fuel solution called Diesel 911 and it’s a winter emergency use product specifically designed to get an iced or gelled-up diesel engine back running quickly.

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Winter Weather and Diesel Fuel: How to Avoid a Breakdown

Diesel fuel has unique properties that provide the power and performance you depend on in your vehicle. But there are crucial differences between it and gasoline that are important to understand in the depths of winter.   If you went into a laboratory with instructions to create a liquid fuel capable of providing tremendous low-end […]

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Protect Your Diesel Now, Before Winter’s Wrath Turns it Foul

There is simply no way to keep water from contaminating your tank of diesel fuel. Clear-Diesel Fuel & Tank Cleaner polishes your diesel fuel, prevents cold-weather failures, and protects fuel quality over a long, cold winter. Here’s how.

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Diesel Particulate Filters, Regens and the Combustion Process in Diesel Engines

Advanced emissions systems on newer diesel engines often utilize diesel particulate filters (DPFs) that help trap harmful emissions from being released into the air. When these filters start to fill up, they must go through a regeneration (regen) process that converts the soot accumulated in the filter into ash using chemical reactions at high temperatures. […]

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How Treating Your Diesel Fuel with Diesel Kleen Will Save You Money at the Pump

Diesel fuel costs recently have soared to all-time highs. One way to reduce costs is with a quality diesel fuel additive like Diesel Kleen +Cetane Boost. Here’s why.   Clean Dirty Fuel Injectors Over time, fuel injectors get clogged. When deposits form, the injector will stick and disrupt flow into the combustion chamber. If the […]

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Diesel 911: the number-one emergency-use product for diesels for decades

Proven – by the generations of diesel operators that swear by Diesel 911. Diesel drivers know how quickly things can turn bad when a fuel-filter plugs in cold weather. Fuel-filters plug in winter for two reasons: (1) ice and (2) wax.

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Use the Power Service 3-Step Winter Prep to outsmart winter!

The good news is that you can outsmart winter with our simple 3-Step Winter Prep Guide!

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A Beginner’s Guide To Understanding Diesel Engines

By Mike McGlothlin It’s no secret that the majority of Americans are more accustomed to gasoline engines than diesels. Statistics gathered by R.L. Polk confirm this, as just 2.8 percent of all registered passenger vehicles (cars, SUV’s, pickup trucks, and vans) ran on number 2 diesel fuel in 2013. To be sure, most folks in […]

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About Biodiesel and Biodiesel Blends

As pressure increases to lessen America’s dependence on fossil fuels, biodiesel will become more widely used as a blended component of diesel fuel. Some states have mandated that all diesel fuels contain varying percentages of biodiesel, and the U.S. government has authorized a B20 fuel (20% biodiesel and 80% diesel fuel) for use in non-strategic […]

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Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) Fuel

In 2006, the EPA mandated that refiners transition to nationwide delivery of Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) fuel. ULSD contains less than 15 ppm sulfur and allows emissions on 2007 and newer diesel engines to be the most environmentally friendly engines ever produced. While emissions are greatly reduced, ULSD ushers in newer operational challenges for […]

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