Power Service diesel additives keep farm machinery humming

Aug 12, 2019


Silver in the summer, white in the winter. Remember this phrase when it comes to providing peak diesel fuel performance for your farm equipment.
 
It represents two products endorsed by Cummins, the leading diesel engine maker in the world: Diesel Kleen + Cetane Boost (in the silver bottle) and Diesel Fuel Supplement + Cetane Boost (in the white bottle). Both products are manufactured by Power Service and available at participating Co-op stores.
 
For temperatures above 30oF, add Power Service Diesel Kleen +Cetane Boost to:
• Clean injectors
• Boost power
• Lubricate pumps and injectors
• Restore lost power and fuel economy
• Help engines run smoother with less power lag and faster cold starts.
 
For temperatures below 30oF, add Power Service Diesel Fuel Supplement + Cetane Boost for winter operability to:
• Prevent fuel gelling
• Protect against fuel filter icing or waxing
• Boost cetane for faster cold starts
• Protect fuel pumps and injectors from increased wear caused by lower-quality diesel fuel.
 
Power Service also offers:
• Diesel 911, a winter emergency use product that restores the flow of diesel fuel to a gelled or frozen engine
• Clear-Diesel Fuel & Tank Cleaner, a fuel polishing formula that removes water and slime, disperses contaminants and stabilizes fuel during long-term storage
• Bio Kleen Diesel Fuel Biocide, which kills microbes in fuel, including bacteria and fungus.
 
For help with selecting the right Power Service products for your farm equipment, visit the professionals at your local Co-op.
 
 
 

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