E-ZOIL Introduces New Diesel Fuel System Cleaner

Tonawanda, NY September 1, 2016 - E-ZOIL Products, Inc., an international manufacturer of fuel additives and other specialty chemicals, announced the introduction of a new diesel additive, Carbon Crusher.  Carbon Crusher is a multifunctional diesel fuel system cleaner.

"High pressure common rail fuel systems are quickly becoming the standard in today's diesel engines.  These engines subject the fuel system and, for that matter, the fuel to extremely high pressures, said Chris Miller, E-ZOIL vice president.  "The drawbacks of such a system are twofold.  First, traditional diesel fuel additive detergents do not remove the injector deposits caused by high pressure common rail engines.  And, second, the increased pressure of such a system thermally stresses the fuel, which results in the formation of asphaltenes that can plug fuel filters.     

"Carbon Crusher solves both of these problems," Mr. Miller explained.  "Carbon Crusher is formulated for high pressure common rail fuel systems and it will therefore remove both traditional coke deposits as well as newer deposits known as internal diesel injector deposits.  Carbon Crusher will also reduce, and in many cases prevent, the formation of asphaltenes.  Asphaltenes are black tar-like substances that form when diesel fuel is thermally stressed.  A reduction in asphaltene formation leads to a corresponding reduction in fuel filter plugging." 

Carbon Crusher is available in 8 ounce, 16 ounce, 1 gallon and 5 gallon containers.  Each ounce of Carbon Crusher treats 12 gallons of fuel or each gallon of Carbon Crusher treats 1,600 gallons. 

For additional information about these products, visit EZOIL.com.

E-ZOIL, founded in 1980 and headquartered just outside Buffalo, NY, manufacturers a variety of specialty chemicals for gas and diesel vehicles and equipment.  Their diesel additive line offer solutions to virtually any problem experienced by diesel fuel consumers.  Their cleaning products line cleans and protects vehicles and equipment exposed to heavy-duty environments.