RED TEK® Fuel Enhancer™ is a proprietary liquid blend of positively
charged petroleum hydrocarbons. RED TEK® contains combustion enhancing molecules
linked to lubrication molecules, thus simultaneously improving combustion and
lubrication. This electro-chemical ionization smoothes and polarizes metal surfaces.
RED TEK® Fuel Enhancer™ is the most economical answer to all your diesel
and gasoline problems.
A premium performance, extreme anti-gel fuel enhancer
designed for use in agriculture, heavy duty truck, forestry, automotive and marine
RED TEK® Fuel Enhancer™ contains a proprietary, advanced technology additive
that increases lubricity, cleans, and refinishes injectors, pumps, valves and
The government mandated reduction of benzenes and aromatics in diesel and
gasoline fuels can result in lost horsepower, increased consumption, rough idling
and gelling. The lower amount of sulfur reduces lubrication to pumps and injectors.
RED TEK® is the most effective product that solves these problems!
CLEANS, REFINISHES, LUBRICATES
- Piston Rings
- Upper Cylinders
- Spark Plugs
REDUCE EMISSIONS UP TO 100%
RED TEK Fuel Enhancer can reduce harmful vehicle emissions by up to 100%.
RED TEK® significantly reduces the pour point, clouding and wax formations
in diesel fuels. Recommended for stabilization in storage tanks.
ANTI-GEL PROTECTION TO -60°F
Newer diesel fuels gel at higher temperatures. Extreme anti-gel protection is
provided and clogged filters can be reopened.
INCREASES CETANE AND OCTANE
RED TEK® Fuel Enhancer significantly increases cetane and octane rating,
reduces harmful emissions up to 100%, and will not void engine warranties.
RED TEK BENEFITS
- Improved Combustion
- Increased Horsepower
- Decreased Fuel Consumption
- Smoother Running Engines
- Extended Fuel System Life
- Complete Water Dissipation
- Rust and Corrosion Protection
- Prolonged Seal and Gasket Life
- Algae/Bacteria Protection
SAFE TO USE
RED TEK® Fuel Enhancer™ contains no harmful alcohols or sulfur compounds.
This product also does not contain any chemical listed as a carcinogen (benzenes,
aldehydes) by OSHA or the National Toxicology Program.