12th August, 2010
Motor-Supreme Global Limited, sole franchisees of Nulon fuel treatments in Nigeria,Â Â recently introduced Nulon Diesel Injector Cleaner (DIC) into the country, after the successful entrance of the powerful Nulon Pro-Strength Octane Booster two years ago. The Australian made Nulon Diesel Injector Cleaner is a powerful multi-functional chemical package formulated to clean diesel injectors and combustion chamber deposits fast. It improves fuel system efficiency and economy, reduces black exhaust smoke and makes cold starting easier. It is suitable for all diesel fuel including bio-diesel.
Nulon DIC is designed to be added to all stored fuel, or when filling the tanks of the relevant diesel equipment, at a treatment ratio of 1:1000.Â Therefore, the 300ml bottle will treat 300 litres of diesel, while the 20 litre drum will treat 20,000 litres of diesel fuel.
According to the Managing Director of the company, Mr. Jimi Ogunnusi, Nulon DIC renowned for the treatment of exhaust smoke, poor starting, combustion noise and diesel quality problems, is the result of countless hours of research and development into the fuel requirements of diesel â€“powered engines, to deliver maximum performance, economy and efficiency.
Ogunnusi explained that these problems are associated with fuel storage, particularly for extended periods, pointing out that fuel quality varies dramatically for many reasons, which includes the source of crude from which the fuel is distilled and the time of the year (varying temperature conditions).
He said â€œNulon DIC will ensure cleaner fuel systems, improved lubrication of fuel pumps, optimized injector efficiency, fuel atomization, and fuel stability during storage.
Other benefits which he mentioned includes:Â Improved engine performance, improved fuel economy, reduced exhaust emissions, reduced smoke and water separation among other benefits.
The Moto-Supreme boss noted that in the markets where fuels with higher sulfur content are prevalent, Nulon DIC offers an additional benefit. Damage caused by acid-producing sulphur deposits is minimized because more efficient combustion reduces sulphur depositsÂ Â and oil contamination, adding â€œInstead of the sulphur being allowed past the piston rings into the lubricating oil, it is exhausted or burnt, thus reducing the acid-forming depositsâ€.