Compare #2 Diesel Fuel to Premium Dieselex-4


 

Fuel Specs

Typical #2 Diesel 

Fuel

Premium

Dieselex-4

Your Benefits 

with Premium 

Dieselex-4

Detergency

Contains no detergency to eliminate or prevent nozzle and injector deposits 

Will eliminate and prevent nozzle and injector deposits

Better engine performance, easier starts, less white smoke, less noise, lower emissions. 

Lubricity  Large metal wear scars, averaging 520 micrometers  Small metal wear scars, averaging 460 micrometers  Minimizes the wear and tear on injectors and injector pumps, which leads to less downtime and extended fuel system life 

Cetane engine number

40

Cetane enhanced*

Maximizes combustion efficiency, minimizes maintenance costs and helps eliminate downtime

Stability

Months of product stability

Years of product stability

Reduces the fuel deterioration process, which leads to longer fuel life and assured fuel performance

 

*The cetane index level of CountryMark Premium Dieselex-4 is among the highest of any Midwestern diesel fuel. Typical cetane index levels for CountryMark Premium Dieselex-4 are anywhere from 45 to 50. CountryMark Premium Dieselex-4 contains proprietary cetane enhancement chemistry. 

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