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EcoTec Diesel Anti Wax, Freeze and Gelling Formula - 150ml

PRODUCT CODE: ecotec-1116
EcoTec Diesel Anti Wax & Gelling Protects to -15°C (summer fuel) or -28°C (winter fuel). Resolves many cold-related engine problems.
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Product Description


Provides additional protection to -15°C (summer fuel) or -28°C (winter fuel).  Resolves many cold-related engine problems.


  • Ashless anti-gelling/waxing (CFPP) product, fully compatible with the latest diesel engines (direct injection, euro 5 /euro 6) and with the older engines (direct and indirect injection).
  • Efficient on blends of diesel fuels and biofuel until B 10 (10% of biodiesel) with low sulphur levels.
  • Acts on the paraffin structure.


  • Decreases the temperature at which a blockage of the fuel filter occurs.
  • Protects to -15°C (summer fuel) and -28°C (winter fuel) depending on the fuel’s composition and the treatments used in the refining process.
  • Resolves many cold-related engine problems.
  • Prevents high concentration of paraffin settling in the bottom of the tank.
  • Provides additional stability and increased protection against corrosion.




  • For maximum anti-freezing efficiency, a dose of 150 ml should treat 40 to 60 liters of diesel.  If the quantity to be treated is lower, it is recommended to apply the product proportionally. Treat before the temperature of diesel falls below 5 C°. Preferably treat before refueling to ensure proper mixing of the product in the tank. After treatment, let the engine run for a few minutes so the treated fuel can enter the fuel system.



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