Innovative high-quality fuel additives extend the life of engines by helping to maintain fuel quality and protecting key mechanical components while offering our customers advantages over the baseline technologies. Our solutions keep you moving forward with lubricity improvers, corrosion inhibitors, and multifunctional additives.
Lubricity improvers are used in fuel to avoid excessive wear on fuel pumps and injectors. The use of lubricity improvers is increasing, driven by highly refined fuels to improve fuel efficiency and reduce friction. Our ashless solutions offer tighter tolerances, help prevent deposits, and optimize ignition timing to maximize the fuel efficiency of the modern computer-controlled engine.learn more
Corrosion inhibitors reduce, delay, or prevent the corrosion of metal. During the storage and transport of fuels our corrosion inhibitor technology protects against moisture in the naturally occurring environment. When using Texalene™ corrosion inhibitors water molecules in the fuel are displaced from metal surfaces in favor of our film-forming compounds.learn more
Our well-established multifunctional solutions reduce the number of deposits in fuel injectors and the fuel system while maintaining compatibility with other fuel additives. The reactive nature of these solutions allows customers to further enhance anti-corrosion and lubricious properties using adjacent chemistry. For additive package formulators, we offer innovative approaches to help achieve your additive goals supported by global laboratories and pilot facilities.
Lubricity improvers are used in fuel to avoid excessive wear on fuel pumps and injectors. The use of lubricity improvers is increasing, driven by highly refined fuels to improve fuel efficiency and reduce friction. Tighter design tolerances drive the need for the prevention of deposits and optimization of ignition timing, maximizing the fuel efficiency of the modern computer-controlled engine. Texalene™ 74 Series offers organic, ashless chemistry that helps extend maintenance intervals and engine life which reduces the environmental impact of servicing combustion engines.
Diesel exhaust systems rely on catalysts to help reduce Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions from the engine by converting these compounds into Nitrogen and Oxygen before they can contribute to harmful air pollution, such as smog and acid rain. 3,5-Lutidine finds use in the manufacturing process for the diesel catalyst as a structure-directing agent; helping give shape to the intricate lattice support to which the precious metal catalyst adheres.