Don't let the cold slow you down
We all know that icing is one of the major causes of cold temperature fuel-related problems. As it gets colder, ice crystals begin to form in diesel fuel that contains about 500 ppm of water. In cold weather, diesel fuel is also prone to gelling, the solidification of diesel fuel into a partially crystalline state. These solidified waxes thicken the fuel, and then clog the fuel filters, causing the engine to stop running.
DIESEL GUARD ANTI-GEL DEICER
A highly concentrated multifunctional winter diesel additive for individual vehicle treatment.
Contains wax crystal modifier and deicer to help prevent gelling and icing in ULSD and biodiesel blends up to 5%.
* Multifunctional detergent to keep injectors clean
* Lubricity improver, corrosion inhibitor, stabilizer and cetane improver to help improve cold starts
* Reduces Cold Filter Plug Point (CFPP)
* Reduces Pour Point
* Highly concentrated for easy storage and handling
* One quart treats 250 gallons
* 12-1 qt. bottles per case
DIESEL GUARD D-THAW
D-Thaw gets gelled fuel moving again. Reliquifies gelled diesel fuel and de-ices frozen fuel filters - the two most common causes for winter fuel problems. The most effective product to reliquify gelled diesel fuel and de-ice frozen filters.
* Non-alcohol formula
* Add directly to frozen fuel filter to melt ice and wax
* Will absorb 1/3 cup of water for every quart of D-Thaw
* One quart treats 50 gallons of fuel in a "gelled-up" emergency
* Resolves any gelling diesel fuel in tanks during the cold winter months
Dennis K. Burke offers a full line of ValvTect Diesel Guard products.
We are participating in a Valvtect Rebate Program now through July 31 2013. For info on the rebate program, click the following link: http://www.burkeoil.com/valvtect-rebate-program---valid-through-july/
CLEAR AND DYED KEROSENE
Dennis K. Burke offers both clear and dyed kerosene in 5 gallon pails and 55 gallon drums. Every 10% of kerosene blended with diesel fuel lowers the cloud point about three degrees.
We carry clear kerosene for winter blending in on-road vehicles, dyed kerosene (non-taxable) for winter blending in off-road vehicles, as well as heaters requiring a K-1 Kerosene.
You can also purchase dyed kerosene at the pump from our gas station located at 410 Beacham Street in Chelsea, or, if you have a jobsite or location running kero we can deliver in for you.
Its still August, but we are ready to roll out our Fall Pricing Specials for the Lube Division.
We're pleased to offer Citgo Citgard 700 Synthetic Blend 15w40 Diesel Engine Oil in 4-1 Gallon Cases.
We're also offering deals on Valvtect, Diesel Fuel Supplement, Two Cycle Oil, SAE 30, SAE 40, and Oil Eater Products.
To view our fall pricing specials, click the following link:
Dont forget - until September rolls on in, you can still save 5% off your entire Bioblend order for first time Bioblend customers!
As always, feel free to call us with any questions at 617-884-7800, where any of our dedicated Customer Service Reps can answer all your questions. You can also email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask a question, or place an order.
Enjoy these last days of beautiful New England summer weather!
Hey, where’s the snow? And where is the cold New England weather? This time last year, it seems a week didn’t go by without dumping a foot or two of snow.
Is your fleet ready for winter?
Preparation is very important during the winter months. Our fleets have to be running as efficiently in the winter as they do in the summer. Checking tire pressures, double-checking your walk arounds, and keeping your windshield wash full, are all key steps in starting to have a safe day.
What about fuel additives? If you’re not buying winterized diesel, you might want to keep plenty of anti-gel (proactive) and thaw fluid (re-active) in your inventory for any freeze-ups that could occur. You should always check with your fuel provider what the fuel’s cloud point is at the time of purchase.
Key Terms for Winter Fuel
All diesel fuel and heating oil contain wax, which contributes to the fuel's lubricity characteristics.
Cloud Point is the temperature at which wax crystals in the fuel begin to form. The fuel becomes visually cloudy.
Cold Filter Plugging Point (CFPP) is the temperature at which wax crystals in the fuel will start plugging up a fuel filter.
Pour Point is the temperature at which the fuel starts to become a semi-solid and loses its ability to flow or pour.
Dennis K Burke is one of the leading distributors for winterized products, such as kerosene, fuel additives, cold-weather hydraulic oil, and windshield wash. Need help choosing the right product? Contact me at (857) 241-9678 or email@example.com
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Have a Happy and Healthy New Year!