LIQUI MOLY Diesel Purge delivers triple protection

lm-dieselpurgeDiesel Purge from our oil and additive specialist LIQUI MOLY can clean and protect diesel engines in three ways. Over the course of time deposits form on the injection nozzles in diesel engines, reducing power and increasing fuel consumption and emissions. In the long run, severe engine damage can become a threat. LIQUI MOLY Diesel Purge helps to restore the engine’s original power and efficiency in three different ways.

The first method is the simplest, simply pour the additive into the fuel tank. This not only keeps the injection nozzles clean, it simultaneously protects the entire fuel system from corrosion. Diesel Purge also increases the fuel’s cetan number. The typical range of application is preventative use to keep encrustations on the injection nozzles from even starting to deposit. Diesel Purge is so simple to use it is very suitable for retail sale to car drivers.

The second method is slightly more complicated, but also more effective. For this purpose a technician disconnects the fuel line, puts the open end into the can of additive and start the engine. The engine then runs with pure additive instead of diesel fuel. This provides the maximum cleaning effect.

The third method is most practical when replacing the fuel filter. Instead of filling the new filter with diesel fuel, simply fill it with Diesel Purge. In this case the engine also runs for a short time on pure additive to remove even the most stubborn deposits. This type of application can also be used as part of a routine tune-up.

Deposits form slowly and are hardly noticeable at first. Cleaning with Diesel Purge is quick and provides an immediate effect car owners can feel and hear. Compared with replacing the injection nozzles, this is a very cost-efficient method.

LIQUI MOLY technical experts say that doing nothing can prove costly. They have documented cases where encrusted injection nozzles no longer atomised the fuel sufficiently, and instead sprayed out a thin jet which then ignited. The burning jet of fuel hit the same point spot on the piston crown every time, finally melting a hole through it. Such expensive engine damage could have been prevented if the owner had invested a few Euro in LIQUI MOLY Diesel Purge.