Fuel heater for DieselSite fuel separators and fuel systems AND aftermarket fuel systems
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So what can be done to prevent diesel gelling?
- Use additives
Move to Florida
- Install Dieselsite's New Fuel Heater!!
Stainless Steel, this Heater is completely automatic. No switches or monitoring
required. Thermostat built into the unit that turns on and off as needed.
through the housing and around the heating element allowing for immediate
warming of the fuel.
This is an
add-on fuel heater that will fit any DieselSite fuel system or separator as
well as any aftermarket fuel setup with a #6 SAE (3/8" O-ring) inlet port.*
*If you have an older cast aluminum housing from any aftermarket system - including ours - we strongly recommend that you upgrade to our new billet units. Any aging and corroding units could have threads that may not be strong enough to support the weight of the heater. Special pricing exists for customers who want to make the upgrade from an older unit.
is prone to waxing or gelling in cold weather; both are terms for
the solidification of diesel oil into a partially crystalline state. The
existence of solidified waxes thickens the oil and clogs fuel filters and
injectors in engines. The crystals build up in the fuel line (especially in
fuel filters) until the engine is starved of fuel, causing it to quit.
is tested prior to shipping.
installation: Black wire is ground, red wire is key-on power. Extra
fittings included for install flexibility. Install heater in inlet port and connect incoming fuel to one of the three ports on the housing. Plug off the remaining two ports in the housing with the supplied plugs.
stranded. Protect yourself today.