This is a liquid additive pack of two syringes that combats fungus and microbes in aviation kerosene or diesel. It not only kills slime but also reduces it to microscopic levels so that it does not affect the filters or the engine.
This additive is approved for the use in our engines and air traps as well as line of tubing.
It conforms to MIL-S-53021A standards and is compatible with:
Jet A/ A1, JP-4, JP-5, JP-8, kerosene, diesel.
Can be used to shock the system in high concentration or as a preventive additive in lower dilution.
When used in high concentration, mix two syringes to 1 jerrycan of 5 Gal. Fill your fuel system, run the fuel pump in a closed loop to get the mix all the way to the last tube before the engine ( engine disconnected ). Leave to soak in for 24 hours, then de-fuel the system reversed and throw the fuel in the proper hydrocarbon recycling media. We recommend using this procedure if the fuel system has been put on storage for more than 6 months.
When used in low concentration, mix 1 syringe to 1 jerrycan of 5 Gal and proceed for normal use.
We recommend using a can of treated fuel every 5 cans of fresh fuel.
For people who fill several jerrycans at once from the pump and keep them for a while, we recommend treating each container for storage to avoid bacterial growth.
Note that plastic jerrycans being used for fuel storage should be treated prior to storing to avoid slime growth, especially in a humid environment.
Mix ratio for shocking: 2 syringes of 2 ml per 5 US Gal/ 19 liters.
Mix ratio for preventive use: 1 syringe of 2 ml per 5 US Gal/ 19 liters.
Sold as a 4 ml double syringe pack.
It is shipped as Dangerous Goods, Flammable Liquid N.O.S, U.N. 1993, Class 3.3, PG III.
Do not breath the fumes, do not touch the liquid with bare skin.