Exocet Fuel Additives

Marine Fuel can create problems for even the newest of engines.

The UK's fuel oil pool has become highly variable. Some batches of fuel oil are EN590 Diesel dyed red; others contain high volumes of imported fuel with relatively high cuts of biodiesel and a low cetane number. Common distribution networks can result in inconsistent supply.

Some of the latest engines run rough on the odd batch of marine fuel at close to 45 cetane number, and others are suffering from internal hard lacquers blocking fuel injectors. Biodiesels tend to move water, soften existing tank varnishes, increase tank deposits, and promote bug contamination from tank to tank.

The following diagram details our advice to Marine Fuel user for a seasonal approach using Exocet products to combat the problems detailed above.

For further information, and additional products, please visit the Exocet website.

Exocet Fuel Additives

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