Green Fuel Energizer (Industrial)

Industrial Application

For engine burning on diesel fuel or residual fuel such as boilers and burners, ashes of the metallic salts are formed (which comes out with the gases of the combustion).                     The formation of ashes is unavoidable as the oil contains sulphur, vanadium, sodium, potassium and other metals. These residuals adhere to the surfaces forming deposits & cause corrosion, thus reducing the useful life of engines.

These deposits which depend on the humidity and the temperature, are corrosive.             The volume of the deposits formed is directly related to the content of sludge in the fuel. The hot corrosion in the engines is mainly located in escape valves and turbo, and is triggered by two main causes:

  1. Formation of sodium vanadate of low fusion point that is corrosive, these compounds are formed as the fuel contains vanadium (V) and sodium (Na).
  2. Formation of sodium sulphate (a compound corrosive at high temperatures) will be formed independently of the fuel oil sulphur content. Despite a low content of sodium in the fuel oil, it is enough to have a content of sulphur under 0.1% so that this corrosive compound could be formed.

The Green Fuel-Energizer modifies the fusion point of these combustion residuals.                             The salts formed now have reduced corrosion and adherence properties.                               That is why they are easily removed in the gas flow as they do not stick to the elements of the engine and in this way they lengthen the useful life of the engine.

The Green Fuel-Energizer acts as a catalyst by producing a more complete burning of the fuel at any constant level of the excess of air. When the excess air is reduced, it improves combustion which will result in fuel-saving and reduced smoke emission.