Fleet maintenance: Diesel fuel treatment improves mileage, performance

Utility vehicles: New Prolong commercial grade diesel fuel treatment improves mileage, performance of work trucks and vans.

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Vehicle maintenance: Prolong Super Lubricants offers an advanced, concentrated Commercial Grade Diesel Fuel Treatment to improve the fuel mileage and performance of heavy duty diesel work trucks and commercial vans. Prolong's Commercial Grade Diesel Fuel Treatment is formulated with premium detergents that remove gum, deposits and sludge buildup from injectors and the entire fuel system. The result is better fuel economy and less black smoke, as well as protection against fuel system corrosion and premature wear of pumps and injectors.

Simple to use, concentrated Commercial Grade Diesel Fuel Treatment is poured into the vehicle's fuel tank before fueling, with just one to two ounces needed to treat 10 gallons of diesel fuel. The 12-ounce bottle of fuel treatment can treat 60 to 120 gallons, and it is also available in five-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums.

"Working truck owners know that saving fuel and avoiding repair costs are crucial to the bottom line, and this preventive treatment is designed to help achieve those goals," said Jon Apogée, General Manager: Marketing, Domestic Sales and Motorsports, Prolong.

About Prolong Super Lubricants
Prolong Super Lubricants, a brand of GoldenWest Lubricants, Inc., produces a wide range of chemicals and car care products, including engine, fuel and transmission additives; motor oils, chassis and wheel lubricants; vinyl and leather protectants. Its Anti-Friction Metal Treatment(tm) (AFMT) advanced technology treats and modifies the surface of metal to reduce metal wear, heat and friction.

For more information about Prolong Super Lubricants or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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