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Diesel Winter Anti-Gel

Rated 4.84 out of 5 based on 75 customer ratings
(86 customer reviews)

$4.95$179.95

 
16 oz
16 oz
1 qt
1 gal
5 gal
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TREATMENT RATIO
1 OZ / 8 GAL
3.25 OZ / 25 GAL
16 OZ / 125 GAL

Lowers pour point to -65°F!

Minimum recommended storage: 20° F.
Reduces fuel line freeze ups down to -40°F
Disperses moisture & improves cold starts
Boosts power & increases cetane
Adds lubricity & improves fuel economy
5 year shelf life

WARNING: Cancer – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

For use in ALL diesel engines.

Minimum recommended storage: 20° F. Guaranteed -65° F when added to diesel fuel.

SKU: P4033 Category:

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  1. Ryan Rush

    Ryan Rush

    Was keeping this in my truck during the re recent cold snap we had. Go to grab it after a fill up and my anti gel was all gelled up. Love the other products but may have to switch to a different anti gel

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  2. Ryan Rush

    2 out of 5 Gelled up

    Ryan Rush

    Was keeping this in my truck during the re recent cold snap we had. Go to grab it after a fill up and my anti gel was all gelled up. Love the other products but may have to switch to a different anti gel

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      Levi

      Levi

      Very sorry for the inconvenience Ryan, we would be more than happy to refund your money!

      Just to explain, all anti-gel contains pour point suppressant. These are a solid in their natural state, and they get liquified then diluted. We wanted our product to be as strong as possible so we didn’t dilute as much as competitors do. The down side is it will gel in the bottle at a higher temp. All anti-gels need to be added before the cloud point of the fuel. This varies between fuel sources but it is usually around 10-20 degrees Fahrenheit. When the fuel starts to cloud you are seeing wax starting to form. Treating before 20 degrees above zero gets the moisture circulated through the system and ensures the entire fuel system is ready for sub zero temps. Let us know if you have any other questions, thanks!

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    • Brigham

      Brigham

      So, when filling my pickup at 35 below zero is the fuel too cold or am I OK adding the anti gel at that time. It was kept abov e 20 degrees before pouring in the fuel tank. Any problems if I get a bit more than the recommended mix in the diesel fuel in the tank? I only have a 15 gallon tank and don’t generally wait til it is down to a gallon to fill up.

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    • Levi

      Levi

      As long as the bottle was stored like you mentioned, it should be fine mixing with cold fuel. No problems with slight overdosing, as long as you’re not using more than one additive. Also, a trick is to add up to 5-10% kerosene to get the fuel flowing. Keep us posted!

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  3. Terry Lape

    Terry Lape

    Can I use this EDT?

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    Terry Lape

    Can I use this EDT?

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    • Levi

      Levi

      The Anti-Gel replaces the need for EDT in cold climates and seasons, thanks!

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  5. Dennis

    Dennis

    Temps just dropping to teens in the last few weeks, 6.0 Powerstroke firing right up even without block heater!

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Diesel Winter Anti-Gel provides “Premium Diesel” qualities to standard diesel fuels in terms of detergency, stability, lubricity, winter operability and cetane number.

Directions:

  • 4 oz. bottle treats 31 gallons of diesel fuel.
  • 16 oz. bottle treats 125 gallons of diesel fuel; 125 gallons of B20 #2 diesel fuel.
  • 1 quart bottle treats 250 gallons of diesel fuel.

Recommended Frequency:

A treatment of Diesel Winter Anti-Gel should be used with every fill-up.

Uses:

Diesel Winter Anti-Gel is safe in all diesel engines: semi-trucks, pick-up trucks, farm equipment and autos. Including but not limited to: Ford Powerstroke, Dodge Cummins, GM Duramax, Saab, Volkswagen, and Audi.

Diesel Winter Anti-Gel provides “Premium Diesel” qualities to standard diesel fuels in terms of detergency, stability, lubricity, winter operability, and cetane number. Diesel fuel contains wax, as temperatures drop these wax crystals clog fuel lines and cause problems for diesel engines. Our effective anti-gel additive greatly improves cold temperature performance and helps prevent the wax in the fuel from clogging lines. Additional properties provide further winter protection against freeze-ups. In addition, Diesel Winter Anti-Gel contains a powerful cetane improver for quicker cold starts and a maximum boost in power and performance. Diesel Winter Anti-Gel is recommended for ALL diesel engines.

Diesel Winter Anti-Gel should be used in every fill-up during the cold winter months. Recommended treatment rates are 1:1000 for #2 diesel.

The sulfur content of this diesel fuel additive does not exceed 15 ppm. This diesel fuel additive complies with the federal low sulfur content requirements for use in diesel motor vehicles and nonroad engines.

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