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Stanrose® Dieslite

Stanrose® Dieslite is a catalytic combustion improver which permits the burning of lower cost residual fuel oils.

Common Name

Dieslite / Fuel Oil Stabilizer / Fuel Combustion Improver

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Features and Benefits

The catalytic properties of Stanrose® Dieslite allow heavy fuel particles to be successfully consumed during the act of combustion. Ignition temperature is lowered and combustion improved. In addition physical agents decrease or prevent sludge formation and separate emulsified water. The catalytic properties of STANROSE® DIESLITE also help to prevent the formation of acidic gases, which typically create sulphuric acid corrosion in the cooler parts of the boiler or engine. These include cylinder liners, valve stems, exhaust trunking and funnel uptakes.

Technical Properties

CCR % = Conradson Carbon Residue is mentioned in the technical data sheet.

Recommended Uses

Engine and exhaust components are kept cleaner with less maintenance and cleaning required. Less carbon and soot is emitted thereby reducing smoke. The fuel system has less clogging and better fuel flow, giving better combustion. Acid corrosion is reduced in the cold end of the engine. Fuel tanks and pipes are left clean and free of sludge.

Method of Application

STANROSE® DIESLITE should be fed via a metering pump into the suction side of the booster pump. As a second option it can be added to the settling tank. Ideally dosage rates should be determined from fuel analysis tests. Alternatively as a general guide a dose of 1:4000 should be applied. For a regular maintenance programme a dose of 1 litre per 25 tonnes is recommended.

Storage and Handling

Avoid contact with eyes and skin. In case of contact rinse with plenty of water. Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
Keep away from heat, sparks and open flame. Ensure that the working area is well ventilated.
Store at moderate temperatures in dry, well-ventilated area.

Packing Available

25 Ltr. / 210 Ltr.

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