Fuel Stabilizer Supply and Delivery

Inventory Express is your industrial and mechanical oil supply expert. We carry a huge selection of products from top name manufacturers and house a massive inventory of product in our London, Ontario warehouse facility. Our goal is to continue to serve as the best full service inventory supply company for motor oils & lubricants in Southwestern Ontario, Midwestern Ontario and Niagara.

Our shelves are stocked with fuel stabilizers from the best names in the industry. Our vast inventory allows us to service your needs quickly and at reasonable prices. If your use of fuel stabilizers is consistent, our inventory specialists can also manage recurring orders, ensuring that you have the products you need when you need them.

Give us a call at 519-473-5037 to discuss our selection and to learn how Inventory Express can solve all your oil & lubricant supply needs today.

Fuel Stabilizers: Lifesavers or Money-Wasters?

The debate about the use of fuel stabilizers is as mixed as the heat vs. ice debate for sore muscles. Some experts would never use it and can supply ten reasons why. Other equally qualified professionals wouldn’t think of parking a vehicle longer than a week without stabilizer in the tank. The truth is somewhere between both opinions and ultimately comes down to circumstances and preference.

To decide if you need fuel stabilizer, it’s best to understand how it works. Although the major brands all have their secret recipes, they are all composed primarily of two major ingredients: Paraffinic distillate and Naphtha. Naphtha is a heavy petroleum product produced in the processing of oil. It bonds with traditional oxygen molecules and prevents evaporation. This prevents the oxygen from breaking down and producing the hard resins that can literally cement the small orifices of fuel injectors and particularly vulnerable carburetors. The paraffinic distillates act like cooking spray in a pan, preventing deposits and impurities from sticking to the inner surfaces of the tank and fuel system components.

In general, the breakdown of oxygen can start in as little as two weeks. However, most drivers use and replenish frequently enough that there is no time for fuel to degrade. If you have seasonal lawn equipment or hobby vehicles, it may be a good idea to add a stabilizer, especially if the vehicle will sit for more than 3 weeks at a time.

Need to know more about fuel stabilizers? Contact us at Inventory Express and we will help you select the oils & lubricants that are right for your application.

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