1966-02-01

A New Approach to Diesel Smoke Suppression 660339

Through proper treatment of diesel fuel, using a barium containing additive, exhaust smoke can be effectively suppressed in a wide variety of diesel engines. This additive has been found to produce no adverse effects on engine components and often results in additional benefits, including greater engine cleanliness and piston ring wear reduction.

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