Safety measures during the use and storage of additives “Maxxrecovery”
Maxxrecovery additives meet the industry’s most stringent performance requirements and include the following components:
- polymer dispersant component;
- synthetic base oil based on polyester;
- corrosion inhibitor;
- additives that improve the transparency of the fuel;
- hydrocarbon solvent.
All these components have proven themselves well based on the experience of many years of practical implementation, demonstrate reliability when used in basic and most promising modern engines in combination with common exhaust aftertreatment technologies.
Handling, storage and use
This material should be handled as a highly viscous flammable hydrocarbon liquid. In case of accidental spillage:
Personal precautions: Keep away from sources of ignition.
Environmental precautions: prevent further leakage if not dangerous. Prevent spilled material from spreading with sand or earth. If spilled into sewers, drains or river channels, report it immediately to your local water authority.
Cleaning: Collect spilled liquid or soak it in sand or other suitable absorbent and place in an airtight container. Move contaminated material to a safe place for later disposal.
“Maxxrecovery” additives contain the required amount of solvent, which ensures stability during long-term storage.
The following conditions apply.
Temperature for long-term storage, ° C: 40 (max.), –10 (min.)
Maximum mixing temperature, ° C: 40
Maximum circulation temperature, ° C: 40
Shelf life: 1 year.
Compatibility with other additives
For many years, Maxxrecovery fuel additives have been successfully used in fuels. During this time, no compatibility issues were identified.
The experience of industrial operation shows that “Maxxrecovery” additives do not interact with other additives contained in gasolines (including pipeline corrosion inhibitors) and do not have a negative effect on them.
Maxxrecovery additives are fully compatible with engine and fuel system materials, including Viton and PTFE seals containing graphite.
Compatibility with other plastics and rubbers has been investigated by monitoring changes in weight, size, appearance and stiffness when immersed in a range of commercial fuels with additives, including certain acidic components. Plastics: Nylons 66, 11, 12, a polyoxymethylene homopolymer known as Acetal, low pressure polyethylene (HDPE), polybutylene terephthalate (PBT), polyurethane (PU) and polyester (PET). Rubbers: nitrile, nitrile polyvinyl chloride, epichlorohydrin and fluorosilicone.