Author Archives: Alec Taylor

Video Killed the Radio Star? Today’s Combustion Catalysts vs. Conventional Fuel Additives

Is 2020 the year that Combustion Catalysts gain the acceptability and adoration of the heavy trucking/equipment community? What is the difference between fuel additives with and without Combustion Catalysts anyway? Fuel additives range greatly in strengths and weaknesses. Most of the better ones offer the benefits of added lubricity to make up for that which […]

Kerosene vs Winter Fuel Additives

Kerosene is frequently used in the winter time to prevent fuel gelling and to improve winter cold flow operability. A kerosene blended diesel fuel is a combination of  #1 diesel fuel (kerosene) and #2 diesel fuel. The diesel fuel to kerosene ratio is usually found between 80:20, 70:30, 60:40, or 50:50. Benefits of Kerosene The […]

How Can Fuel Combustion Catalysts Benefit Your Industry?

How Can Fuel Combustion Catalysts Benefit Your Industry? A combustion catalyst benefits both on-road and off-road equipment across a variety of industries. Combustion catalysts ensure a cleaner, more complete burn for both diesel or gas. A more complete combustion results in better fuel economy and greater power, less soot, smoke, and emissions, and less regenerations. […]

When The Weather Freezes…Make Sure Your Diesel Doesn’t

As the winter months approach, the drop in temperature creates a threat of the overall efficiency and performance of diesel engines. The dangers of these chilly temperatures can create inadequate conditions for engines to operate properly or even start. Protection and prevention of these risks start with becoming familiar with the difficulties diesel owners face […]

Do You Need A Fuel Stabilizer?

At Fuel Ox, we are often asked “Is a fuel stabilizer really necessary?” The answer: Yes, it really is. The biggest issue with gasoline today is that it contains ethanol (10-15% in most cases) in the form of E10 or E15 blends. Ethanol is made from common farm crops and is used to cut the […]