jhsg at sasktel.net
Mon Nov 6 15:48:30 EST 2006
> I don't know how the ULSD is exposing a leak or
> problem, but I personally wouldn't be surprised if
> further research ends up showing this.
I wouldn't be surprised David.
it doesn't take a heck of a lot of varnish to seal or not when the fluid
is a runny as diesel.
I know last time the sulfur was lowered in fuel, there was a hue and cry
about all the lubricating sulfur being removed, when it turned out that
it wasn't the sulfur that was the good stuff at all.
There WAS a problem with the additive package locally. There is a
refinery in Regina that had some trouble with their fuel depositing
internally to the fuel pump plungers, which turned out to be a conflict
with the different additives that were experimental in nature, the lower
sulfur fuel being new at the time.
It was supposed to be confined to local fuel only, and there were
some pumps rebuilt by the refinery, but other than that, it's the only
deal that doesn't have that urban myth thing going for it that I know
of. I have the data sheet here on it somewhere in the vast midden I
call an office, but I have read it, and held it in my hands at some
point in the past. So, problems can and do occur, but from what was
learned last time this went down, I would suspect that there is a great
deal of care invested in it, now that you can spend five grand on an
injection system rebuild these days.
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