GAS PLUSComplete Gasoline System Treatment: Every Time You Fuel.
Protection Every Time You Fuel!
Why Use Gas Plus Treatment Every Time You Fuel: The prolonged use of Gasoline with Ethanol has created some new and unique problems in our new and existing equipment. Performance Fuel Specialists is excited to announce our latest Gas Treatment Formula with Ethanol Guardian”TM helping you combat all of the latest problems with your Automotive and Marine Equipment. It is now compatible with E10 and E85 fuel. Check out what PFS can do for your equipment… Note: PFS Products will not void your engine’s warranty and is safe for all fuel systems. For ethanol up to an E85 or non-ethanol fuels.
- Ethanol corrodes metal, rubber, plastic, fiberglass and other parts of the engine, and removes fuels system lubrication
- Fuel instability, has very short shelf life
- Ethanol produces about 25 to 30 percent less energy than gasoline, which means you get less performance.
- Our latest Gas Treatments with Ethanol Guardian have dual corrosion protection and lubricity additives for use in ethanol fuels
- Fuel Stabilizer for long term shelf life
- Combustion improver allows you fuel to burn more cleanly and completely increasing power and performance
- A clean fuel system gets better fuel economy and performance
- Cleans entire fuel system even ethanol deposits
- Removes the water from the system every time it is used reducing “phase separation” avoiding its problems. Using it every time keeps the water out.
Gas Plus Case Study: 2012 Buick Regal 2.0L GDI-T
- Fouled Injectors with Retail E10, (10% Ethanol)
- 20 Hours of Fouling, (2.5 Tanks)
- Cleaned Up Injectors with Retail E10 + PFS Gas Treatment
- 24 Hours of Cleanup, (3 Tanks)
- 75% Reduction in Fouling Evident
- Federal Test Procedure Results
- 30% Total Hydrocarbon Reduction
- 33% Carbon Monoxide Reduction
- 3.1% Acceleration Rate Improvement,
- 2.9 Increase (mpg)
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-12 oz bottle treats 120 gallons of Fuel – #1012
-64 oz bottle treats 640 gallons of Fuel – #1064
-5 gallon bucket treats 6400 gallons of Fuel – #1640
-55 gallon drum treats 70,400 gallons of Fuel – #1704
-275 gallon tote treats 352,000 gallons of Fuel – #1275
Problems With Ethanol E-10 Gas:
Ethanol is really good at pulling water out of the air around it. The water condenses in the fuel tank or storage tank and will pull the ethanol out of suspension with the gasoline in a process called Phase Separation. This is bad news because it strips the octane out of the gasoline, leaving you with a layer of octane-poor gasoline (often three numbers lower than before) on top and a water-ethanol layer mixture on the bottom. If the water-alcohol gets sucked into the combustion chamber, you have the potential for real engine damage. At the best, you’ll notice a big difference in how the engine is running. Ethanol is corrosive to both metals and rubber compounds. As such, it can increase the level of maintenance required in all of the machinery that comes into contact with it, as well as diminishing the lifetime of that equipment. Ethanol has a lower energy density than conventional liquid fossil fuels. That means less distance traveled for any particular volume, as well as a larger ratio of fuel weight to total weight for vehicles with a particular range. The volatility of ethanol is also problematic. The fact that it turns to gas easily (and has high vapor pressure) can be problematic in hot environments.