Fireside Boiler Fuel Additive and Treatment
Fuel Treat is a fireside boiler fuel additive and treatment for fuel storage tanks and fuel systems at fireside. Specifically for boilers and boiler treatment to warm large buildings, high rises and universities.
This fireside boiler fuel treatment’s corrosion inhibitors will form a protective barrier on the internal surfaces of your storage tanks and pipes. This reduces deposit build up and corrosion.
It fights sludge formation and reduces the viscosity of fuel oils. This increases fluidity and faster pumping of the fuel oil.
Fuel Treat is a convenient boiler fuel additive. Effective for use in fuel systems and it helps solve your problems with fuel storage tanks and at fireside.
To demonstrate, fireside boiler fuel treatment reduces the viscosity of residual fuel oils. Also, it has a fluidizing effect at all temperatures, which provides more uniform and faster pumping. This disperses sludge that typically clogs fuel strainers, nozzles, preheaters and lines in the fuel.
Additionally, this product makes the organic/inorganic deposits in the fuel system and at the burners more friable.
In like manner, this product forms a protective film on internal surfaces of storage tanks and piping to reduce corrosion and deposit build-up.
Boiler fuel additive has an effective combustion catalyst system, emulsifying agents and solvents. The benefit of this formula is it protects boiler tubes and refractory brickwork. It does this by deactivating the vanadium oxides and sodium salts.
Finally, treated fuel oil burns cleaner and more completely thereby reducing emission problems associated with particulates, sulfur dioxide and sulfur trioxide.
Ultimately, Fuel Treat fireside boiler fuel treatment also provides superior protection against cold-end stack corrosion.
Boiler Fuel Additive Features/Benefits:
- Allows fuel to burn cleaner for increased efficiency and reduced pollution.
- Contains an organic combustion catalyst combined with corrosion inhibitors and dispersants.
- Retains a fluidizing effect at all temperatures for more uniform, faster pumping.