EPA registered under Section: 40 CFR 79.23, Registration no: 266920002
Registered trademark: Serial number 85893483
Registered trademark: Serial number 85893527
Patented product: Fuel savings EP 15165433.2; PCT/EP2016/059564
Patented product: Cleaning Patent EP 15165435.7; WO2016174178
OCTCET35/OCTCET35K® treated diesel were tested in accordance with the ASTMD975 (International Association for Testing Materials), AEM (Association of Engine Manufacturers and ISO (International Organization for Standardization Standards), as well as EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) accredited and accepted drive cycles.
ASTM D975 tests are performed to ensure diesel used in equipment/engines complies with International Diesel Fuel Property and Emissions Standards, as well as Manufacturers’ Specifications. In scientific lab tests, different grades of diesel fuel varying in Cetane Number, were treated with OCTCET35/OCTCET35K®. The properties that were tested in the treated diesel include: Pour Point, Cloud Point, Flash Point, Volatility, Cetane Number and Index, Sulfur Content, Viscosity, Density, Water and Sediment Content, Ash Content, Carbon Residue, Corrosivity, Long-Term Storage Stability, Lubricity, Distillation, Boiling Point, High Frequency Reciprocating Wear Rig (HFRR), and Conductivity.
Results from these labs were compared with the diesel fuel property specifications of several OEMs and bulk diesel users which use Caterpillar (CAT), Electro Motive Diesel (EMD), Cummins, John Deere, Detroit Diesel, GE Transportation (General Electric), Union Pacific (UP), Mercedes Benz and MTU engines.
OCTCET35/OCTCET35K® treated diesel comply with the ASTM D975 and ISO standards as well as the published specifications, standards and requirements of the OEMs and other bulk diesel users.