Today’s Ultra-low Sulfur diesel Fuel Can’t Handle the Heat
April 29, 2020 - 10:00 am EST (Live Event)
The modern, high-efficiency diesel engine produces higher pressures and hotter temperatures in order to increase power, reduce emissions, and improve efficiency. The only problem? Today’s ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel can’t handle the heat. The fuel vs. technology dilemma is costing fleets considerable up-time and money by way of injector failures, premature filter plugging, loss of power, and poor fuel economy. Join us to learn how to reverse and prevent these issues by optimizing combustion, ensuring clean injection spray, and reducing DPF regens in the modern high-pressure common rail (HPCR) direct-fuel injection systems.