FUEL DOCTOR PHILIPPINES
Official Distributor for Fuel Doctor in the Philippines.
Fuel Doctor’s state of the art formulation converts free water and microbial growth into microscopic particles. These particles are dispersed evenly throughout the fuel and harmlessly processed through combustion to the exhaust.
Disperse moisture and microbial material
Cleans and prevents gums, varnish and asphaltene build up
Cleans, lubricates, extends the lifetime and protects fuel pumps and injectors
Cleans and decarbonises fuel system
Eliminates injector-valve face carbon deposit and particle build up
Minimises EGR soot deposit
Optimum combustion and increased power
Maintains fuel quality
About Fuel Doctor
Fuel doctor is a Fuel System Cleaner, Conditioner, Stabiliser. Initially formulated in 1994 to assist in the cleaning in inaccessible underground fuel storage tanks, Fuel Doctor is a blend of oxygenated solvents and emulsifiers, formulated to disperse and protect against the accumulation of aerobic fungi growths and sulphate reducing bacteria in all hydrocarbon fuels and storage systems.
Fuel Doctor converts accumulated moisture (condensation) fungal growths and their excreta into microscopic particles whilst dissolving gums, varnish and asphaltenes. These contaminants are permanently suspended in the host fuel allowing harmless passage through injection to combustion and exhaust with zero detrimental effects. Fuel Doctor’s state of the art formulation has detergent and viscosity characteristics that improve lubricity, extending pump and injector life. Composed of Carbon, Oxygen and Hydrogen, Fuel Doctor cannot contribute to airborne pollution and is Ad-blue compatible. Oxygenated molecules within Fuel Doctor promote and increase thermal efficiency whilst minimising carbon, soot accumulation and particulate emissions. Increased filter, pump and injector life with enhanced fuel, power and economy are the immediate benefits from the use of Fuel Doctor.
Q & A
Did you know there’s water in your diesel fuel?
1. How does condensation take place in diesel fuel tanks?
There are many ways that water gets into fuel. Water is often present in the fuel when you initially buy it. Quite often it finds its way into your tank through condensation resulting from temperature rising and falling throughout the day. Diesel fuel is highly “hygroscopic”, meaning it absorbs water from the air.
2. Where does the water come from?
3. What are the side effects of having water contaminated into fuel system?
4. Can water ruin my fuel injector?
The injector life will be reduced by about half. When water passes through an injector, it is immediately vaporised and turned into steam. Because this occurs at high pressure, it will eventually damage the injector tips. This tip damage will prevent the injector from creating the desired fuel spread pattern. Water is also the culprit that spurs the growth of fungi and bacteria at the bottom of the fuel tank. Some of the bacteria in the tank release acid byproducts. This acid causes corrosion within the fuel system. Inorganic debris such as rust, dust, sand and other particulars usually find their way into fuel during the transportation and delivery process from the refinery to the fuel pump. This dirt is abrasive and causes excessive wear and tear on the engine parts. Adhering fuel preventive maintenance programd is a simple and inexpensive alternative to the cost of repairing severely damaged high pressure pumps, injectors and pistons.
Frequently Asked Questions
First time usage?
Example: vehicle has a 80 litre tank and has travelled 200.000 kilometres, treat with one litre of Fuel Doctor on two consecutive tanks, then ongoing at one millilitre per litre of fresh fuel.
Common rail diesel, diesel particulate filter?
Numerous tilt ray operators in Brisbane have noted that constant use of Fuel Doctor has dramatically reduced the frustrating regeneration cycles that have disrupted their cash flow.
What does it do with the water and fungal material?
"Have used other injector cleaners with no results or improvement, After using your product, It’s remarkable."
"Thank you for your quick response in rectifying the contaminated diesel. Our machines were up and running for first thing Monday morning"
"When I read on the bottle of Fuel Doctor that I would be impressed I thought here we go again but what the heck, I'll give it a go. I'm not just impressed I am bloody impressed."
Fuel Doctor will have zero detrimental effect to oxygen sensors, diesel particulate filters or catalytic converters, O-rings, carburetor internal rubbers or gaskets, high pressure common rail diesel or petrol injectors or injection components.
Fuel Doctor will stabilise fuel quality for up to 24 months for petrol and 60 months for diesel.