Husky’s new K100 product line of gasoline, diesel, small engine and marine fuel treatments effectively eliminate water in fuel. This Proven All-In-One Chemistry™ delivers fuel stability, controls gums and varnishes and provides easier starts, better mileage and reduced emissions for engines. It’s just another way Husky is fueled by innovation.
Water in a fuel tank can lead to a wide variety of problematic issues. Gas mileage decreases, there’s poor acceleration or the engine stalls or won’t start. K100 encapsulates water, ounce for ounce, gallon for gallon, and burns it.
This fuel treatment contains complex organic solvents to dissolve sludge, gums and varnish and prevent reformation of those deposits. Cleaner carburetor jets and fuel injectors can result in up to 25% better fuel mileage. Used regularly, K100 upgrades fuel quality and promotes more complete combustion. The benefits include reduced emissions, better mileage, easier starts, smoother idle, more power and faster acceleration.
K100 Fuel Treatments are ideal for improving engine performance for cars, trucks, boats, ATVs, motorcycles and fleets that utilize a gas or diesel fuel. In fact, this fuel treatment in an engine helps increase octane ratings from 1-1/2 to 2 points to achieve smoother starts and better mileage. It also results in less black smoke from diesel, and less oil fumes from 2-stroke, premix or auto-inject engines for up to a 70% reduction in CO, HC and NOx emissions.
If the aviation hose is in constant use and not removed from service, it can last anywhere from six months at major airports to 10 years at the smallest facilities. Users should conduct at least monthly inspections of hose assemblies for wear, as well as any movement of the fittings on the end of the hoses. In addition, pressure testing of an assembly to a minimum of working pressure should be conducted at least every six months. Hewitt provides guidance for aviation fueling safety and maintenance, best practices for hose inspections, fuel flushing recommended practices and identifying hose ID measurements correctly.