Diesel Recovery

Gelled Fuel Plagues Diesel Engines in Cold Temperatures

As the temperature drops, wax, naturally found in diesel fuel, begins to form crystals, at  this point, the  wax crystals formed is known as the cloud point. These wax crystals can eventually clog the fuel filter and starve the engine of fuel preventing them from starting and can even stall out a running engine.

Keep a bottle in your vehicle for emergencies





Diesel Recovery Melts Gelled Fuel

Diesel recovery quickly melts gelled fuel to allow the operator to start the engine and continue driving with minimum downtime. Diesel recovery separates the molecular bonds of wax crystals that have agglomerated in diesel fuel. It thaws frozen fuel filters and reduces the need for a new filter, saving money and preventing inconvenient trip to an auto parts store and expensive towing service.


More Premium AMSOIL Diesel Fuel Additives

Diesel Injector Clean

  • Cleans dirty injectors
  • Lubricates pumps and injectors to reduce wear
  • Extends fuel filter life
  • Improves fuel economy up to 8%
  • Restores power and torque
  • Reduces smoke and emissions

Diesel Cold Flow

  • Lowers cold filter-plugging point by up to 40%
  • Enhances engine reliability in cold weather temperatures
  • Fights gelling in cold weather
  • Improves low-temperature start-ability
  • Prevents wax settling during storage
  • Inhibits fuel filter icing

Diesel Cetane Boost

  • Increases cetane up to 7 points
  • Delivers maximum horsepower
  • Increases fuel economy
  • Improves startability
  • Smooths idle
  • Reduces smoke and emissions

Diesel All-in-One

  • Combines the benefits of all three in one convenient package


Superior Cold Temperature Protection

Provides as much as 32 degrees F better protection against cold weather temperature gelling than Howes Lubricator Diesel Treat

Find the right products for your diesel engine.

Not sure which is right for you? Contact me and I can help.

    Have a Question?

    If you're not sure which product is right for you, just ask.