We design a technologically-advanced 40:1 mix, 50:1 mix, and Multi-Mix 40:1 & 50:1, which is great for people who own a combination of equipment that calls for both 40:1 and 50:1 fuel.
What Pump Gas DoesDo you currently use pump gas in your expensive outdoor power equipment? To be honest, many people unwittingly assume that if it works fine in their vehicle, it will work fine in their equipment. The truth is, using pump gas is the absolute worst thing you can use. Why is that? In a word, ethanol.
Regular gasoline has ethanol, which is an oxygenate. Firstly, when ethanol-blended gas sits idle in the tank, phase separation takes place. That’s when the ethanol attaches itself to water molecules. This causes gasoline to separate from the ethanol/water cocktail. Essentially, ethanol absorbs water.
Secondly, water promotes corrosion, and corrosion eats away at the vital engine and fuel system components of a 2-cycle or 4-cycle small engine. Those hard-working little engines demand better maintenance. It doesn’t take much gum or corrosion to foul up a small engine. Moreover, you can't store pump gas long-term because it degrades quickly and forms gums faster. That's why people have to put fuel stabilizers in their tanks when they store their outdoor power equipment.
- Cleans carburetors and injectors
- Fixes ethanol issues caused by pump gas
- Rejuvenates rubber and plastic
- Off season storage protection