ECONOMICAL - Reduces fuel consumption and maintenance costs
EFFICIENT - Disperses water and improves combustion
ECOLOGICAL - Reduces fumes and toxic emissions
CONTAINS NO ALCOHOL
Xp3, is formulated to improve the performance of all kinds of gasoline and diesel fuels.
• Improves combustion and increases engine power
• Reduces fuel consumption
• Reduces levels of toxic emissions
• Stabilizes light and heavy oils
• Has a detergent and antioxidant effect
• Reduces corrosion and increases the life of your engine
• Totally disperses water in fuel
• Improves engine starting and avoids pre-ignition
• Improves the stabilization, lubricity and detergency of the fuel
• Works with all classes of gasoline and diesel fuel
• Xp3 is a combination of synthetic resins and organic compounds.
• Does not contain any aromatics or naphtha
• 100% biodegradable
• Improves the pour point
• Avoids fuel freezing during winter
Why is Xp3 valuable to use in your vehicle?
Xp3D saves company over $87,000 per year! Testimonials: http://555680.fueldirect365.com/Testimonials.cfm
Xp3 significantly reduced particulate emissions (CO, Nox, SO2 and Opacity). Click here to see TEST RESULTS.
Fuel treated with Xp3 will eliminate these problems and maximize engine fuel efficiency!
Today's diesel fuel efficiency is affected by the amount of contamination present, the stability characteristics, and the lubrication value of the fuel. While none of these fuel conditions typically are major issues regarding fuel efficiency, each one plays a part in the entire fuel efficiency picture. As the status of these conditions deteriorates (contamination increases, stability decreases, or lubricity value lessens), the fuel efficiency (fuel-economy) will be negatively impacted.
Xp3 applies the polarization of the fuel molecules, creating a smoother and more stable fuel. The lubricity added by Xp3 to the fuel will resolve the problem of reduced or lack of lubricity of the fuel.
Xp3 will allow for a better combustion process will reduce the temperature on the combustion chamber and the exhaust fumes temperature.
Xp3G Gas Additive: Add to tank "before" fueling. One Xp3 Gas Torpedo (24 mL/0.80 oz.) treats up to 20 gallons of fuel. One 480 mL/16 oz. container treats up to 400 gallons of fuel.
Available in 24 mL/0.80 oz. and 480 mL/16 oz. containers.
Xp3D Diesel Fuel Additive: Add 1 ounce of Xp3D Diesel Additive to your tank for every 30 gallons of fuel. You may see results almost immediately unless your vehicle has not been serviced for a long time. In such a case you may need to try the Diesel Fuel Additive a few times before you will notice results.
Xp3D Diesel Fuel Additive is available in the following sizes:
24 mL/.80 oz. container - One container treats up to 24 gallons
120 mL/4 oz. bottle - One bottle treats up to 120 gallons
480 mL/16 oz. bottle - One bottle treats up to 500 gallons
Gallon bottle - One gallon treats up to 4,000 gallons
2.5 Gallon bottle - One bottle treats up to 10,000 gallons
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