FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Will FCC Fuel Conditioner void my engine warranty?
No. Under Australian & International laws, for a manufacturer to void a warranty they must prove that FCC Fuel Conditioner caused the damage. In the 20+ years this formulation has been sold, throughout over 40 countries, there has never been a claim of damage caused.
Will FCC Fuel Conditioner harm my O2 sensors, or my Catalytic Converters?
No. FCC Fuel Conditioner will not harm any metallic components or engine components
Which fuels are compatible with FCC Fuel Conditioner concentrate?
D2 Diesel (Distillate) Petrol (including 2 stroke), Kerosene, Fuel Oil. Any liquid hydrocarbon fuel.
How does FCC Fuel Conditioner effect my exhaust emissions?
This question deserves a 2-part answer, and highlights the brilliance behind this product's remarkable efficiency. Firstly, FCC Fuel Conditioner enables your Injectors or carburettor to deliver a finer atomisation of fuel at every pulse, allowing a greater surface area of fuel for each combustion stroke. Secondly, during each combustion event, FCC Fuel Conditioner slows & prolongs the actual fuel burning process. Therefore, when using FCC Fuel Conditioner treated fuel, from each combustion cycle you'll get the following results: Less CO produced. (Carbon monoxide) Less unburnt Hydrocarbons. (HC) Less particulates. (Less smoke)
How should I apply FCC Fuel Conditioner to my fuel?
The ideal place to admit FCC Fuel Conditioner is directly to your fuel tank before filling. If you have a Bulk Storage Tank, FCC Fuel Conditioner should be added prior to fuel delivery to enable complete dispersion, & the relevant sedimentary impurities to be dissolved.
What is the Dosage Rate?
Normally 1 litre of FCC Fuel Conditioner treats 4,000 litres of fuel. (1:4,000) However, if your fuel is heavily contaminated, the initial dosage rate can be increased.
Can I overdose my fuel with Fuel Conditioner (FCC)?
Yes. When dosed at excessive levels FCC will separate and money may be wasted (1:100 as opposed to recommended 1:4000)
What happens to any water that was in my fuel?
All water is dissolved into the FCC Fuel Conditioner concentrate, which in turn is absorbed into your fuel. During this process, the prior water particles are reduced in size down to around one micron in size, thereby significantly reducing mechanical wear in Diesel Injectors.
What effect will FCC Fuel Conditioner have toward "Salt Water" contamination in fuels?
FCC Fuel Conditioner will dissolve and remove the water molecules. Generally, the remaining salt will settle out and eventually accumulate in the fuel filters.
Does FCC Fuel Conditioner have any effect on either the Cetane or Octane ratings of fuel?
No. Neither the Cetane or Octane ratings are affected by the addition of FCC Fuel Conditioner.