140203 pail, drum Fuel consumption, Low temperature corrossion    
  • Reduces low-temperature corrosion.
  • Reduces fuel consumption.
  • Minimizes air heater fouling.
  • Minimizes carbon build-up in combustion space.
  • Decreases smoking and particulate emissions.
  • Improves combustion efficiency.
  • Prolongs pistons rings and cylinder liner service life.

FUELTREAT F-83 is a concentrated blend of latest technology combustion improvers. If used properly, the product will promote a more complete combustion and maximize the energy released from the fuel. It will further prevent the formation of ash and carbon deposits, while at the same time it will promote the removal of the existing deposits. FUELTREAT F-83 will gradually improve the boiler or engine performance and will economize on fuel and service man-hours, as machinery life is prolonged. Emissions are kept low and smoking is dramatically reduced.
A high degree of utilization of the exhaust gas heat requires the lowest possible exhaust gas boiler outlet temperature which, if required steam pressure and thereby the evaporation temperature is sufficiently low, is limited mainly by the risk of corrosion of the exhaust gas boiler heating surfaces due to the sulphuric acid condensation. FUELTREAT F-83 inhibits the conversion of sulfur dioxide to sulfur trioxide and as a result, reduces acid corrosion.


FUELTREAT F-83 can be used in diesel engines or boilers to treat heavy marine fuels of a great variety.

Use and dosing

There are several methods to introduce the product to the fuel. The recommended method, however, is to apply FUELTREAT F-83 using a dosing pump into the fuel line prior to the suction side of the low-pressure feed pump. Alternatively, the product could be introduced into the suction side of the transfer pump when transferring into the settling or service tanks (after separation) or even into the bunker tank prior to bunkering. although these alternative methods are acceptable, the product’s efficiency in these cases is reduced since mixing with the fuel is not optimum. When using a dosing pump, particular care should be taken to ensure that the pump feeding pressure will be at least equal to the man metric pressure on the point of injection, otherwise, the fuel will flow back into the feeding circuit. Dosage may vary from 1:1000 to 1:4000, depending on the engine or boiler condition and the quantity of emissions. The general dose should be 1:2000 and should be maintained for three to four (3-4) weeks. Observe results and adjust accordingly.

This product is used for the highlighted parts below

Problems solved
  • Low-temperature corrosion.
  • Fuel consumption.
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