|5/16/2017||Additive Promises: Facts or Fictions|
|What assurances does your additive supplier offer? Will they test their product with your fuel and provide you with the results so that you know their additive is working the way they claim it does? Amalgamated, Inc does.|
|3/27/2017||And the Winner Is........|
|Congratulations to Karen H. for being the lucky winner of a case (6-1 quart bottles) of Amalgamated, Inc's exclusive TDR-WDA (winter) Premium Diesel Additive. Look for it to be shipped within the next few days.|
|2/21/2017||Visit us at the Mid-American Trucking Show 2017|
|Have questions about fuel additives? Want to get answers that make sense and are not coated in marketing fluff? Stop by and see us at booth #62220 at the Mid-American Trucking Show in Louisville, KY. Show runs from March 23rd to March 25th.
|11/9/2016||Beat the Heat (of Your Competition) and get Your Winter Additive Program in Place Now!|
|Are you prepared to face the near and sub-zero temperatures of another cold season? Cold temperatures are here! Amalagamated, Inc offers winter additive packages which are available NOW. Don't wait until the temperature drops to protect your vehicles from the cold. Once your fuel gels it is too late. Don't risk your engine with an 'emergency' shot of and alcohol based additive after the fact, plan ahead.|
|2/1/2016||"NEW" DPF REGEN ADDITIVE available|
|Amalgamated, Inc has the solution to decrease DPF regens and eliminate most EGR valve cleaning IN ADDITION to improving notoriously low MPG in diesel fleets.|
|11/16/2015||Minus 30 Degrees (-30F) and NO PROBLEMS!|
|Extremely cold weather caused disruptions everywhere in the U.S over the past two years. Improperly treated diesel fuel was the culprit in most cases. Amalgamated, Inc's customers did not report having a single instance fuel related out-of-service down time. We want to help you achieve the same incredible results this winter. |
|9/7/2015||Cetane Improver Available in Bulk!|
|When added to diesel fuel, cetane improver increases the Cetane Number Rating. Often it is necessary to do so to improve the performance of distillates which have less than adequate ignition quality. ASTM specifications in the United States calls for a minimum cetane index number of 40 and it is not uncommon for refiners to need to add cetane to their diesel fuels in order to meet minimum specifications.
But what happens when the 'minimum' is not good enough for your customers?
|5/25/2015||Diesel Fuel Injector Issues|
|As fuel injection technology has evolved over the years, so have the problems associated with injector fouling and plugging. The result is that additional injector problems can come from internal injector deposits that can cause sticking.