Category Archives: Heavy Equipment/Trucking

What Can Affect Your DPF?

Diesel Particulate Filters (commonly referred to as DPF’s) are designed to remove diesel particulate matter or soot from diesel engine exhaust systems in an effort to reduce the smog that used to fill our city’s atmospheres. Versions of these filters have been around since 1980, but the modern DPF filters were federally mandated to be […]

Fuel Ox™ & Fracking

Fracking equipment and vehicles are under constant operation at infrequent speeds and intensity. They also tend to idle for long periods of time. These conditions can build-up deposits of carbon, increase emissions and DPF regenerations, while wearing down and causing injectors to foul. Issues like corrosion, stabilization, and insufficient lubrication can lead to an increase […]

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. […]

Fuel Ox™ Organometallic Catalyst effect on Polarization & Oxygenation of Diesel Fuel

The purpose of the Fuel Ox™ fuel catalyst is to generate a more complete combustion of diesel fuel by breaking up the fuel clumps in the fuel. The reason diesel fuel contains clumps of fuel molecules is because the molecules have an electrical charge. It is the polarization of these fuel molecules that causes them […]

When Should I Use An Anti-Gel?

There’s a lot of upsides to diesel fuel. More vehicular power, greater fuel economy, but one of the main downsides of diesel fuel is that it does not fair well in cold weather. When temperatures drop, diesel forms crystals that clog fuel fuel filters and fuel lines. Not only does this cause engines not to […]

Dreaded DPFs

The Problems with EGRs, DPFs, & SCRs Keeping the air clear of pollutants and poisonous gases that are expelled from diesel vehicles has always been a concern and one the EPA decided to tackle in earnest in 2007. When it comes to limiting both the amount of noxious fumes (NOX etc.) and diesel particulate matter […]