What Are The Benefits Of An Octane Booster?
What Is Octane And Why Does It Need Boosting?
Octane is a measure of petrol’s resistance to ‘knocking’ which is sometimes referred to as ‘pinking’. Knocking is due to the fuel/air mixture igniting under compression in another area to that started by the spark plug. The knock sound we hear is shock waves travelling around between the piston crown and cylinder head as the 2 burning mixture zones collide. Knocks can occur due to a variety of factors such as high compression pistons, combustion chamber/piston crown deposits in older engines or ignition timing that is too advanced. Increasing octane often reduces “knock”. The problem is very common in engines with a high compression ratio often specifying the old ‘5*’ fuel. By withstanding compression in an internal combustion engine without detonating, it can prevent air-fuel mixture inside an engine from igniting before it’s supposed to.
What Does An Octane Booster Do?
An octane booster raises the fuel’s octane rating which can help it to withstand higher pressures and temperatures to prevent it detonating prematurely. This then helps to improve overall engine performance and efficiency. It can be useful for vehicles and engines than need a higher octane level than most standard fuels offer.
Where Can I Buy Octane Booster?
Our Octane booster is called Octimax. By using our product and boosting the octane rating, the more resistance it has to resisting heat & pressure. This increases fuel efficiency, leading to better fuel mileage, increased performance and ultimately saving money. It can also clean the combustion chamber in your engine, as well as the fuel lines. Most importantly though, by using our product you can do your part to decrease emissions from your vehicle.
When & How Often Should I Use It?
You should add your Octimax at a ratio of 1:2000 when your petrol is running low, and then add your fuel on top of it. This makes a 100ml FAST Exocet bottle a great long lasting investment.
Octimax is used across a variety of sectors: Industrial, Agricultural, Domestic, Automotive & Transport.
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