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Formulated with an advanced deicer to enhance fuel flow and help prevent fuel filter plugging in cold temperatures. AMSOIL Cold Flow Improver is formulated for a broad range of diesel fuels, including #1 diesel, #2 diesel, biodiesel and ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD).
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Check out "An Introduction to Diesel Fuel" to learn more about Diesel Fuel and how this product will benefit your vehicle's operation.
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AMSOIL Diesel Cold Flow is a diesel fuel additive formulated to improve the flow of diesel fuel in cold weather conditions. The chemistry in Diesel Cold Flow combats fuel gelling and disperses water in the fuel to control ice formation.
Diesel Cold Flow is a preventive product and should be used when ambient temperatures fall below 40 degrees F., as some fuels form wax crystals above freezing. Once wax crystals have formed, Diesel Cold Flow will not reverse the effects, so diesel fuel should always be treated at temperatures above which waxes form.
If diesel fuel wax has already formed, operators should use AMSOIL Diesel Fuel Recovery (DRC) to dissolve waxes in the fuel filter, fuel lines and injectors.
Waxes in diesel fuels are carried over in the refining process and solidify when temperatures fall during winter months. The waxes plug fuel filters and injectors, keeping fuel from reaching the engine. AMSOIL Diesel Cold Flow works by disrupting crystal formation of waxes keeping the wax small enough to flow through the fuel system to the engine.
Cold Filter Plugging Point (CFPP) is used primarily to gauge the quality of cold flow additives. This is a standardized test which approximates the lowest temperature that a diesel fuel will continue to flow. It is specifically the lowest temperature at which diesel fuel passes through a standardized filter (45 micron screen) over a 60 second period.
Increased reliability for both starting and engine operation in cold temperatures
Reduced downtime and repairs
Anti-gelling performance and pour point reduction
Jet-fuel-type deicer controls ice formation
Can be used in many different types of diesel fuels
Minimizes the use of #1 diesel fuel in cold climates.
AMSOIL recommends storage of Diesel Cold Flow above 0°F (-18°C). ACF, when not mixed with diesel fuel, can solidify when exposed to freezing temperatures. If found frozen, thaw product, shake and use normally.
Freezing will not harm the performance of the product.
Yes. Diesel Cold Flow is fully compatible with Diesel Injector Clean (ADF) and Diesel Cetane Boost (ACB). TheCold Flow improver found in Diesel Injector Clean + Cold Flow (DFC) is of the same formula as Diesel Cold Flow. Although these products are compatible, there is no reason to mix them.
Minimizes the need for #1 diesel in cold temperature
Yes. AMSOIL Diesel Cold Flow is excellent for use with heating fuels, diesel fuels and kerosene.
During cold weather months, fuel refiners produce a #1 diesel fuel that flows more readily in colder temperatures. Some refiners also produce a product termed a winter blend which is a blend of #2, #1 and potentially cold flow improver additives. Fuel varies significantly in different regions, and refiners estimate how low the temperature will actually drop in these regions. Depending on the fuel source and temperature mix, fuel directly from gas stations may cause issues with wax formation, preventing vehicles from starting and stalling while on the road.
Yes. Diesel Cold Flow can be used in any diesel engine, and it is recommended for use in all types of heavy- and light-duty, on- and off-road and marine diesel engines.
No. Diesel Cold Flow is tested and proven and will not void engine warranties.
No. The formula of AMSOIL Diesel Cold Flow is the same formula used in AMSOIL Cold Flow Improver. The packaging and label have been updated.
Diesel Cold Flow comes in 16oz bottles, 5 gallon pails, and 55 gallon drums.