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DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer)

Category: DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer)
Manufacture: DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer)
Model No.: DFC also NP200

Product Description

DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer) is an application-engineered, fuel borne technology that utilizes proprietary technology to produce EPA verified results. When DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer) is introduced into fuel, it improves the combustion process and reduces friction, increasing fuel economy while reducing emissions and engine wear. Unlike additives such as cetane enhancers, alcohols, or metal-based catalysts that seek to alter the fuel, EnviroFuels DFC fuel-borne technology uses the fuel

Applications
DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer) is mixed with commercial No. 2 diesel fuel for off-road applications. The Stricklin Companies currently provides DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer) fuel-borne technology to the dredging, marine, mining, oil and gas, and rail industries across various engine platforms including:

  • Alco
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Detroit Diesel/ MTU
  • Deutz
  • EMD
  • Fairbanks Morse
  • GE
  • John Deere
  • Mitsubishi
  • Ruston
  • Wartsila

Features & Benefits

  • Does not contain zinc, chlorine, alcohol, ash or heavy metals
  • Reduces harmful combustion emissions
  • Increases fuel efficiency
  • Reduces exhaust gas temperatures
  • Increases power
  • Decreases engine noise
  • Increases combustion efficiencies
  • Reduces visual emissions (opacity)
  • Improves cold starts
  • Improves lubricity in fuel injection system and engine
  • Cleans engine and internal components
  • Significantly reduces carbon deposits (high detergency)
  • Provides all season performance by preventing gelling down to -30 F

EPA ETV Results Review
EPA verified results of DFC (Diesel Fuel Catalyzer) indicate five- and ten-percent fuel savings for railroad line-haul-duty and switching-duty cycles, respectively. The following table provides fuel savings calculations based upon various diesel fuel consumption levels: