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Introducing the Fuelbox

Nov 2015


TVE now sell the UN approved 20 Litre bag in box system.
 
Suitable for all off-road diesel engines, fitted with DPF, EGR and SCR systems including modern machines calibrated to EN590.

A fast efficient, easy to handle, refuelling solution.
 Glug free pouring system prevents unnecessary spillages.
 Zero risk of contamination.
 Reduce downtime by storing onboard your vehicle in case of emergencies / runouts onsite.




A unique specially formulated Additive System, achieving an outstanding performance over conventional Red Diesel/Gas Oil.

 Improved cetane rating (boosts power).
 Improves combustion efficiency.
 Improves fuel consumption.
 Reduced visible emissions (smoke).
 Protects against wear in fuel pumps / injectors.
 Enhances the performance by up to 15% of older engines.
 Disperses existing sludge build-up.
 Contains demulsifiers to combat water build-up.
 Reduces deposit and varnish build-up.
 Improves storage stability (By up-to 2 years).

About the Fuelbox
20 Litres of Gas Oil in a UN approved bag in box system.

Created for all off road diesel engines it contains a unique, specially formulated additive system, achieving an outstanding performance over conventional Red Diesel / Gas Oil.
With improved Cetane ratings boosting power and reducing deposit and varnish build-up.

This product also improves combustion efficiency and fuel consumption, reducing visible emissions. It protects against premature wear in fuel pumps and injectors and enhances the performance of older engines.

Contains emulsifiers to combat water build up preventing emulsions forming and filter blockages.

The FuelBox reduces packaging waste in landfills by 86 percent and reduces plastic consumption by up to 90 percent, compared to 20-litre rigid packaging. The used pack splits into two parts firstly remove the plastic bag element and dispose of in accordance with current waste regulations, the corrugated box can then be disposed of in dry paper/cardboard recycling.


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