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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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From some of the largest fleets in North America to large construction and mining operations, commercial industries rely on Power Service diesel additives to provide year-round diesel engine performance improvement, trouble-free winter operability and proper fuel tank hygiene.

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Find articles, videos, and helpful tips for maintaining your diesel engine. You'll also find product information, useful resources, and advice from our expert team.

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Will it hurt my engine to use Diesel Fuel Supplement +Cetane Boost year-round, even though it contains an antigel for winter operability?

No, it will not hurt your engine to use Diesel Fuel Supplement +Cetane Boost (in the white bottle) year-round. However, for maximum performance we recommend using Diesel Kleen +Cetane Boost (in the silver bottle) when temperatures are above 30°F. (Use our seasonal tip to remember: white for winter and silver for summer.)

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Can I use your products in gasoline?

No, our products are not to be used in gasoline. Our sole focus is on additive technology for diesel fuel and diesel engines.

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Are Power Service diesel additives effective in biodiesel for winter operability?

Yes, Diesel Fuel Supplement +Cetane Boost effectively treats biodiesel blends and the directions can be found on the container label. Keep in mind that biodiesel can have winter operability problems at temperatures higher than standard petroleum diesel. Refer to your owner’s manual for the biodiesel specifications recommended for your vehicle. Having Diesel 911 on hand for winter emergency use is always a good idea.

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Does biodiesel contain higher amounts of water than regular diesel fuel?

Biodiesel can contain up to 10 times more water than standard petroleum diesel fuel. This excess water can end up in your fuel tank and result in numerous problems, including accelerated fuel-filter plugging, microbial contamination and icing problems in winter. Power Service recommends treating with Clear-Diesel Fuel & Tank Cleaner at least quarterly, or as needed, to remove water. Clear-Diesel also disperses contaminants and stabilizes fuel during long-term storage.

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Is Bio Kleen available for purchase outside of the US?

Unfortunately, Bio Kleen is a pesticide that is only registered in the US. It is not available outside of the US.

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What is Slickdiesel Lubricator?

Slickdiesel Lubricator is a proprietary Power Service diesel fuel lubricity additive that is added to many of our products to increase the lubrication properties of diesel fuel. This increase in lubricity will increase the life of fuel pumps and injectors. The fuel pump manufacturers (Bosch, Delphi, Denso, Siemens and Stanadyne) consider fuel lubricity to be the most crucial property of diesel fuel as it relates to reduction of pump and injector wear. The Engine Manufacturer Association (EMA) has stated that, “Shortened life of engine components such as fuel injection pumps and unit injectors usually can be ascribed to a lack of fuel lubricity and hence is a concern to engine manufacturers.” Slickdiesel Lubricator meets the new ASTM HFRR 520 Lubricity Specifications for the United States and the more stringent European Specification of 460 in most fuels.

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What is +Cetane Boost?

Cetane is a powerful energy compound that improves the ignition quality of fuel. There is a direct relationship between a diesel fuel’s cetane number and its ignition point. The lower the cetane number, the longer the ignition delay. Fuels with high cetane numbers burn more quickly and more completely, resulting in smoother and quieter running engines, quicker engine starts, more power and improved fuel economy. In fact, The Engine Manufacturers Association (EMA) states, “Fuels with low cetane numbers will cause hard starting, rough operation, noise and exhaust smoke. Generally, diesel engines will operate better on fuels with cetane numbers above 50 compared to fuels with cetane numbers of the national average of 46.”

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