At What Temperature Does Diesel Fuel Gel? How To Prevent It?

Diesel vehicles are usually more fuel-efficient than their gasoline counterparts. Diesel trucks provide massive amounts of torque and impressive towing capabilities. But due to the chemical makeup of diesel fuel (it contains paraffin, a natural petroleum-based wax), it can easily gel at temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.  

Diesel Algae Treatment: Keeping Your Diesel Tank Clean

The best diesel algae treatment is avoiding algae in the first place.

Diesel and Alcohol Just Don't Mix

Alcohol can be used for many things, but dealing with diesel issues isn't one of them.

Future Farmers of America

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Be alert. Be aware. Most of all, be prepared.

Fuel Injectors - Invest Now or Pay Later

Faulty fuel injectors can continuously cost you money without you even realizing it.

Water in Your Fuel? Beware of Trouble Ahead!

Warning signs your diesel is water-contaminated.

A Clean Engine Starts with Clean Fuel

Are you doing everything you can to properly maintain your engine?

Santa Sighted in a Diesel Sleigh

Reports are surfacing that Santa has been spotted flying an all-new, diesel-powered sleigh this year.

The Importance of Diesel Fuel on the Farm

When it comes to farm equipment, the only thing more important than diesel fuel is the additive you treat it with.