Frequently Asked Questions

Does Fuel Ox® really work?
Yes, but order our special trial purchase offer and see for yourself! Please call in for details.

What is the ratio of Fuel Ox® to fuel?
One gallon of Fuel Ox per 7,500 – 10,000 gallons of fuel.

Can you deliver Fuel Ox® in single-use sized containers?
Yes, contact us with your requirements.

Is Fuel Ox® EPA Certified?

How long has your Fuel Ox® been used?
Approximately 30 years.

Can you provide us with testimonials/references?
Absolutely, check our testimonials page or contact us for more information.

How does your Fuel Ox® differ from others on the market?
We believe our Fuel Ox® is superior in many respects relating to fuel efficiency, pollution reduction, parts maintenance, etc., but don’t take our word for it; check our testimonials/references.

Is Fuel Ox® toxic?
Please read the MSDS document at the bottom of each product page. Fuel Ox® is for industrial use and should be handled as you would any other industrial chemical/additive.

What is your return policy?

If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund or exchange the product for another one, be it similar or not.

You can return a product for up to 14 days from the date you purchased it.

Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt.

Anything requested for return after 14 days will be eligible for store credit for the website.

How do you ship Fuel Ox®?
We ship Fuel Ox® in conventional sizes from 1 oz. to 1/2 gallons. We also can create customized shipments to address any situation up to 55 gallon drums

How many 55 gallon drums fit in a 40 foot shipping container?
160 drums weighing approximately 69,000 pounds.

Does Fuel Ox® need to be mixed or stirred with the fuel?
No. Fuel Ox® are poured into the fuel tank and reacts with the fuel on a molecular level similar to how a strand of DNA might be modified.

Does your Fuel Ox® contain Ethylene Glycol?
No, Ethylene Glycol is a corrosive element and would damage an engine.