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Biofuel Pour Point Depressant
We are one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of a wide stock of Biofuel Pour Point Depressant. This depressant is a cost-effective solution to allow smooth flow of during cold climate conditions prevent problems caused by wax crystallization. The function of this depressant is to interact with the wax crystals, modify their growth, reduce their shape and size, prevent them to form agglomerates and also reduce the temperature at which they crystallize. This, Biofuel Pour Point Depressant is suitably compatible with various biodiesel mineral fuel blends.
- Ensure smooth flow of bio fuel
- Prevent fuel filter problems
- Blends to operate satisfactory in winters
CRISTOL-PPD BIO series
CRISTOL Flow Improver solutions have enabled several biodiesel blends to operate satisfactory at temperatures below their cloud point. These additives are cost-effective solutions to ensure smooth flow of the biodiesel and prevent fuel filter problems caused by wax crystallization. The function of these additives is to interact with the wax crystals, modify their growth, reduce their shape and size, prevent them to form agglomerates and also reduce the temperature at which they crystallize. These additives are suitably designed to be compatible with various biodiesel - mineral fuel blends.
CRISTOL-PPD BIO series are flow improvers formulated to prevent and modify wax crystallization in biodiesels to ensure trouble free winter operations. These are advance flow improvers designed to cope with higher wax content and are compatible in biodiesel and mineral fuel blends. These lower the pour point and improve pump ability of the biofuel.
These additives are used to achieve pour point (PP), Cold Fuel Plugging Point (CFPP), Low Temperature Filterability Test (LTFT) requirements set for low temperature operability for most biodiesel fuels thereby ensuring better flow through fuel filters at temperatures significantly below the cloud point of the fuel.