Topic: Re: Diesel and frost
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|Ali fae Crieff
JJ, In the UK, and I'm sure most of Europe will be the same, diesel fuel supplied in the winter will have an additve added by your supplier to prevent waxing so you should't need to do anything. Also diluting your diesel may reduce its lubricating capabilities to the detriment of your pump.
Re: Diesel and frost in reply to Ali fae Crieff, 11-19-2012 12:27:29
|Hi Ali, |
Like I said just before this reply. Here in Europe, especially in BELGIUM. The fuel diesel, at the gas station, has an additive to prevent waxing. The point is the cost (full tax) It cost the dubble compare to the domestic fuel. When the tractor is not driving on the road, you do not need to use the full tax diesel. The diesel for domestic heating system is colored red and it can not be used on the road... snif !
Thanks Ali, see you soon again on the forum.
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