Fuelmaster® Engine Warranty Compliance Diesel “Additive”

Diesel engine manufacturers, including Detroit Diesel, Cummins, Caterpillar and EMD, typically do not recommend “additive use” – and for good reason.

Aftermarket “additives” generally alter recommended ASTM fuel specifications. Common aftermarket “additives” often contain the following: Nitrate based cetane improvers, barium-laced smoke suppressants, biocides to kill algae – these biocides are a poison and usually make fuel dryer (less lubricity). Metallics used to act as a catalyst can produce ferrous salts, which can be abrasive.

Austech Industrial Solutions do not class Fuelmaster® as an additive.

Fuelmaster® is a complete fuel treatment that does not alter the ASTM fuel specifications (see laboratory report below).

Fuelmaster® is:  non-flammable, non-toxic, contains no metal, contains no phosphate, and is pH-neutral.

Fuelmaster® used at the recommended ratio will not damage diesel or petrol engines, and will not void engine warranty.


SAMPLE ID: BP Low sulphur diesel (6E4257)
BP Low sulphur diesel + Fuelmaster® 1:2,000 ratio (6E4258)
DATE SAMPLED:      24 May 2006

ANALYSIS RESULTS:

TEST Straight Diesel Diesel + Fuelmaster® METHOD SPECIFICATION*
Cetane Index 56 56 ASTM D976 46 min
Density @ 15°C (kg/l) 0.831 0.831 ASTM D1298 0.82 – 0.85
Distillation T95 (°C) 339 340 ASTM D86 360 max
Ash & suspended solids (%) 20 20 ASTM D482 100 max
Viscosity @ 40°C 2.930 2.935 ASTM D445 2.0 – 4.5
Carbon residue (10% residue) % 0.12 0.12 ASTM D524 0.2 max
Water & sediment (%) 0.0 0.0 ASTM D1796 0.05 max
Oxidation stability (mg/l) 4 5 ASTM D2274 25 max
Colour 0.5 0.5 ASTM D1500 2 max
Copper corrosion (3hrs @ 50°C) 1 1 ASTM D130 1 max
Flash point (°C) 80.0 80.0 ASTM D93 61.5 min
Filter blocking tendency 1.0 1.0 ASTM D2068 2 max
HFRR Lubricity (WS 1.4 at 60°C) 364µm 238µm IP 450 460 max

*Fuel Standard (Diesel) Determination 2001COMMENTS:  Results conform to the Fuel Standard (Diesel) Determination 2001

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