Archoil AR6930 MDO MGO diesel fuel additive in short:
The Archoil AR6930-D (without combustion catalyst) and AR6930-DCC (with combustion catalyst) is a MDO MGO diesel fuel additive. Advanced fuel conditioners specifically designed to improve the quality of standard marine gas oil (MGO) and marine diesel oil (MDO) fuels. AR6930 series are suitable for marine engines requiring a more stable, higher specification fuel. They protect against deposit build-up, corrosion, oxidation and excess wear in fuel system components. AR6930 MDO MGO diesel fuel additive has been engineered to improve fuel consumption, varying between 5% to 15%. Of course depending on engine condition and type of fuel used. Lastly, mixing ratio 1:4000.
IMPROVE COMBUSTION QUALITY
Firstly, AR6930-DCC MDO MGO diesel fuel additive contains a proven combustion catalyst. Basically, it improves combustion performance further for vessels permitted to utilise organometallic fuel catalysts.
Secondly, AR6930-D & AR6930-DCC contains the latest technology in detergent performance. As a result, extensively tested to provide controlled removal of deposits and keep fuel systems, injectors and engines clean. On the whole, this results in maintained engine performance. Also, improvement of MPG and reduction in harmful exhaust emissions are clear benefits.
LUBRICATE & PROTECT
Thirdly, AR6930-D & AR6930-DCC deliver a modern lubricant. Another key-point, as it helps to protect high pressure injection systems and fuel pumps from today’s low lubricity, low Sulphur (ULSD) fuels. For instance, both blends provide anti-corrosion properties as well as oxidation and thermal stability.
- Optimizes fuel burn-rate
- Cleans engine, pistons and rings
- Reduces emissions
- Minimizes pitting and corrosion
- Meets the latest CEC F-23-01 XUD9 tests
- Mixing ratio 1:4000
- OEM compliant
- allowed for airtransport
- Very good blending with MGO and MDO enabled
- Less fuel injector changes
- Lubricates fuel system for longer uptime
- Smooth running of engine, less load needed
- Minimizes risk of fuel filter blocking (IP387)
- Maintains fuel quality for up to 1 year
- Reduces fuel consumption varying from 5% to 15%. Obviously depending on engine condition and fuel quality
- Reduces emissions
- Less injector cost
- Oil consumption reduction
- Reduces combustion related repairs or downtime
- Helps avoiding fuel system related repairs
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
- MDO MGO Diesel fuel additive, at this point for Diesel engines only.
- Pre-mix possible 1:4000.
- Hence mixing ratio 1:4000.
- Remove seal, dispense required amount of diesel fuel additive into the fuel tank or fuel storage prior to adding fuel. Obviously, add direct to (day) tank prior to filling.
- In any event use in a well-ventilated area only.
- Provide adequate ventilation, including local extraction, to minimise exposure to vapours.
- Avoid breathing vapours.
- Similarly, avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing.
- Do not eat, drink or smoke when handling this product.
- Specifically, Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
- Take off immediately all contaminated clothing and wash it before reuse. Specifically contaminated clothing should be thoroughly cleaned or disposed of as hazardous waste.
- Archoil AR6930 MDO MGO diesel fuel additive has a shelf life of 2 years.
- Store between temperatures of 0° Celsius and 40° Celsius.
- Store away, especially from oxidising agents, away from heat sources and away from ignition sources.
- Archoil AR6930 is available in 5 liter cans, 20 liter pails, 200 liter drums and IBC.
- The product is allowed for transport by air.
- Appearance: Amber liquid
- Odour: Aromatic
- Density : 0.925 g/cm³ [15°C (59°F)]
- Initial boiling point and boiling range: Lowest known value: 168.01°C (334.4°F) (1,2,4-trimethylbenzene). Weighted average: 204.4°C (399.9°F)
- Vapour density: Highest known value: 4.6 to 5.5 (Air = 1) (Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.). Weighted average: 5.01 (Air = 1)
- Vapour pressure: Highest known value: 0.1 kPa (0.8 mm Hg) (at 20°C) (Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.). Weighted average: 0.06 kPa (0.45 mm Hg) (at 20°C)
- Evaporation rate: Highest known value: 0.05 (Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.) Weighted average: 0.05compared with butyl acetate
- Viscosity Kinematic (40°C (104°F)): 0.77 cm2/s (77 cSt) [ISO 3104 / DIN 51562]
- Upper/lower flammability range: Greatest known range: Lower: 0.6% Upper: 7% (Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.)
- Flash point: Closed cup: 66°C (150.8°F) [DIN EN ISO 2719]
- Pour point : <-40°C
- Auto-ignition temperature: Lowest known value: 362°C (683.6°F) (Aliphatic carboxylic acid.).
- Solubility: Easily soluble in the following materials: diethyl ether, acetone. Insoluble in the following materials: cold water, hot water.