Internal Diesel Injector Deposits
Injector nozzle coking is not the only concern faced by modern high pressure common rail (HPCR) engines. Internal diesel injector deposits (IDID) are causing substandard performing injectors that lead to decreased power, decreased fuel economy, and increased regulated emissions. This coupled with other ailments, which can be present in ultra low sulfur diesel (ULSD) – require the need for a Premium Select ™ premium diesel additive (PDA). Below chart shows how the Klenz ID product line works.
Use one of our Power Klenz ID or Winter Klenz ID products, No. 5001/5007/5750/5757, to take care of this problem. See technical data sheet for more details.
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