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Every 2-stroke, 4-stroke, and diesel engine requires a well-maintained fuel delivery system to operate at peak efficiency. Let’s take a look at how a fuel system works:
The FUEL PUMP delivers fuel from the tank to the engine through the fuel lines.
A FUEL LINE can be made of metal, rubber, neoprene or plastic, and carries the fuel from the fuel tank to the engine’s FUEL METERING SYSTEM.
Whether an engine has a carburetor or modern injection intake, the FUEL METERING SYSTEM delivers the proper air/fuel mixture to the combustion chamber.
The air/fuel mixture enters the COMBUSTION CHAMBER through the intake valve. Once the intake valve closes, ignition occurs and the rapidly expanding gases release their energy to turn the motor. The burned air/fuel mixture is then forced from the combustion chamber into the exhaust system through the exhaust valve.
An engine’s EXHAUST SYSTEM, comprised of exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, muffler and tailpipe and routes the burned fuel and air mixture from the combustion chamber and out the tailpipe.
Every component in a fuel system has specific vulnerabilities that can negatively impact the performance and life of an engine.
The FUEL TANK is prone to fuel evaporation, gum and varnish formation, and water accumulation.
The FUEL PUMP and FUEL LINES are vulnerable to corrosion and varnish formation.
The efficiency of the FUEL METERING SYTEM can be significantly degraded by the formation of fuel residues and deposits.
The COMBUSTION CHAMBER can be damaged by lack of lubrication, excess heat and fuel deposit formation.
The EXHAUST SYSTEM can be plagued by heavy accumulation of carbon deposits.
Sea Foam Motor Treatment, when added to the fuel tank at the minimum recommended dosage, helps to:
prevent or eliminate fuel oxidation,
control small amounts of moisture,
prevent system corrosion,
preserve ignition vapors,
dissolve fuel deposits and sticky residues,
add lubricity to the entire fuel system.
Using Sea Foam regularly helps keep your entire fuel system, from tank to tailpipe, running at peak efficiency.
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