Fuel additives have come a long way since diesel wax modifiers were first introduced in the 1970s. Today, we combine the latest additive technologies to create premium products tailored to meet the unique needs of our customers. Cold flow additives prevent fuel gelling to keep diesel engines and heating systems running smoothly through the winter. Detergents keep tanks and injector systems clean. Combustion catalysts increase fuel efficiency and decrease emissions. Thermal stabilizers prevent fuel from breaking down under extreme temperatures. Corrosion inhibitors protect tank linings. Biocides control microbial contamination. Water control treatments prevent fuel degradation and other water-related issues. Biodiesel (though not an additive) is a cleaner burning, renewable fuel that can be blended with traditional diesel at rates that beat natural gas on environmental benefits. This is the kind of information that fuel dealers should be sharing with their customers. They can shop around for lowest price, or they can have a cleaner, higher performing product that will quickly pay for itself in the form of restored fuel efficiency, reduced maintenance, and increased up time.