Penray Introduces Total Diesel Fuel System Cleaner

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Elk Grove Village IL, March 15, 2011 – Penray announced today that it has added Total Diesel Fuel System Cleaner to its Power Fleet product line. The diesel fuel treatment is formulated to dissolve and disperse asphaltenes and provide a total fuel system cleaning.

“Originally we set out to build a product that could manage the growing problem of asphaltenes in diesel fuel,” said Randy Fowler, vice president of sales and marketing at Penray. “As we began formulating we realized that there would be a huge benefit to the fleets if it also had the capability to be a solid, year round cleaner.”

Penray’s Total Diesel Fuel System Cleaner dissolves and disperses asphaltenes and enhances the overall performance of the fuel all while providing and maintaining a completely clean fuel system. It also adds power, lubricity, and cetane. As with all Penray products, Total Diesel Fuel System Cleaner can be used in regular diesel and bio-diesel blends.
 

Source: Penray

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