Incorporating non-foil fuels into diesel increases the amount of coating in the system and in nozzles, resulting in lower engine power and increased fuel consumption.
Moly 2000 effectively cleans the entire combustion system of coatings so that the full power of an engine is always guaranteed. Using Moly 2000 restores an engine's original emission values and can in many cases also improve them.
Moly 2000 contains substances that increase the cetane number and at the same time distribute the fuel molecules for optimal oxygenation.
Reduces consumption and smoke development in both practice and dyno tests on heavy diesel vehicles.
protects the system
Moly 2000 builds a powerful protective film throughout the fuel system with the product Synshield that provides particularly effective protection against friction, wear, corrosion and oxidation.
Factors that contribute to reliability and eliminate fuel related crashes.
Moly 2000 is one of a few additives that not only exceeds US EPA's latest requirements in terms of functionality, but is also simultaneously registered and approved for use in environmental diesel.
- Low Dosage: 0.05% (1: 2000)
- Increases cetane number 4 units
- Optimizes the combustion system
- Up to 5% higher engine power
- Up to 5% fuel reduction
- Restores original emission
- Reduces CO2 emissions
- Effective cleaning of nozzles and EGR valves
- Eliminates condensation water
- Prevents diesel bacteria
- Stabilizes diesel during storage
A large number of dyno tests and practical tests on heavy vehicles show a high reduction in consumption.
Tests at a professional test center show an average fuel reduction of 4.2%.
Injector test: Cummins L10, Cummins N14 and Peugeot DW-10 show clean and corrosion free injectors without measurable wear at normal injector intervals.
Water & Diesel Bacteria
Diesel mixed with non-silica fuels and condensation water etc. forms the basis for bacterial growth.
Moly 2000 emulsifies water and binds it molecularly to the individual variant of diesel, thus eliminating condensation and bacterial growth through continuous use.