Germany researchers show biodiesel also prevents internal diesel injector deposits

October 13, 2020 |

In Germany, the project “Formation of deposits and prevention of deposits of biodiesel” carried out at the University of Rostock shows that the use of biodiesel in modern engine systems leads not only to the reduction of greenhouse gases, particles and hydrocarbon emissions but also to the prevention of internal diesel injector deposits (IDID).

The aim of the project carried out at the University of Rostock in cooperation with AGQM Biodiesel and ERC Additive GmbH was to investigate the tendency of biodiesel and diesel-biodiesel blends to form deposits in these injector-critical areas.

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