News — DPF cleaner

The "great fuel robbery".

Posted by Kevin Carpenter on

Don't be conned into paying high prices for "premium" fuel when all you need to do is use the correct fuel additive.  Some imported or late model engines require high Octane (or Cetane in diesel)  fuel to operate correctly. (Ignition delay) NOTE; This article refers to Octane in petrol, and Cetane in diesel. But buying high octane fuel from your service station is expensive.Using XSNANO fuel additives will raise your octane levels and improve fuel lubrication and efficiency at a fraction of the price you would pay for branded high octane fuel at the bowser. Rule;If you are using XSNANO then...

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DPF unit problems fixed with XSNANO

Posted by Kevin Carpenter on

Posted by Happy Customer on January 4, 2021 Vehicle: VW Amarok V6 Diesel; 40,000 klms Fuel: Shell Diesel. Problem: Regular Re- Generations ( burn offs) of the DPF . Plus two limp modes without warning. Action: On average; 30 minutes of driving at 3000rpm. and 60 plus elms., to clean the filter. Then I tried using XSNANO fuel additive. Treatment: XSNANO. Travelled 1,200 klms. using the product with no issues. Then travelled 300 klms. without the product before being alerted to do a re- generation (burn off) of the DPF. I thought you may be interested in the above. Cheers, David. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ DPF...

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XSNANO Reducing friction and wear in all engines

Posted by Kevin Carpenter on

"The vicious cycle"   What causes an engine to wear or seize up?   To avoid wear in engines we use oil, as oil is the main source of lubrication used to reduce friction and wear.   But oil starts to “degrade” from the minute you start your engine.   The “Vicious Cycle” = Friction causes heat. Heat leads to expansion and more friction.   Friction and heat cause oil to degrade much faster, thus starting the "vicious cycle".   Unless this cycle can be broken it will lead to excessive wear, and in the worst case a seizure or breakage of parts.   Oil change periods...

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Diesel bug in fuel could ruin your engine

Posted by Kevin Carpenter on

Fuel Bug (or "Diesel Bug" as it is commonly termed) outbreak can come from a "clean" source.You can pull up at a truck stop that has clean fuel and tanks, but one of the trucks that filled up before you may have had diesel bug, and by dipping the filler nozzle in his tank can transfer it to any other truck that uses that pump nozzle before it gets cleaned. And let's face it some outlets never clean their pump nozzles.Once the spores have been transferred they can very quickly multiply. They can double their numbers every 20 minutes and...

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