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Dieselfix sponsor 19th April Sailing @ ABYC, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
by NewsReader 04-18-2006

Diesel HUH? From some of the official literature: GUARANTEED RESULTS FROM USING DIESELFIX It is imperative that, from the outset, it is clearly understood that fuel-injection calibration must be correct at the time of initiating Dieselfix treatment of fuel. Where calibration has been adjusted to compensate for gumming, or for any other reason is not 100% correct for a clean fuel-injection system, the results will be negatively affected. The “upside” of this is that when results are not as good as expected, it is an unequivocal indication that calibration is out of specification. These figures are guaranteed minima and are often exceeded by significant margins. 1. Wear-Metals in used crankcase oil: 15 – 20% reduction. (20% reduction produces 25% increase in remaining engine life) 2. Double the normal life of fuel filters. 3. Significantly cleaner oil filter elements after use. 4. 70% reduction in carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) exhaust emissions. 5. 8% improvement in fuel efficiency (reduction in fuel consumption) 6. Complete eradication of any possible fungal or bacterial infestation. Dieselfix was not developed specifically as a “fuel-saving device”, but as a maintenance product. Dieselfix extends preventative maintenance to include fuel quality. An inevitable result of using higher quality fuel is improved fuel efficiency. Dieselfix are sponsoring this Wednesday Evening sail, so crank up your diesel engines, load up a few cold ones, invite a few blondes, brunettes or whatever takes your fancy and come sailing. Just for further information I found these web sites mentioning Dieselfix: Dieselfix South Africa Web Site Dieselfix Australia Web Site South African Forum mentioning Dieselfix I also noticed a few government tenders for the provision of Dieselfix: e.g. Here Direct Link

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