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VP ROUNDS OUT MADDITIVE® LINE WITH “CETANIUM”
“Mad Scientist ® ” Introduces Cetane Boost for Diesel
VP Racing Fuels announced the introduction of “Cetanium™” cetane concentrate, the latest addition to its line of Madditive® performance chemicals. “Cetanium will increase cetane up to 10 numbers for off-road racing diesel applications,” said Bruce Hendel, VP’s Director of Consumer Products. “That’s the largest increase of any cetane boost on the market.”
Packaged in 32 oz. containers, Cetanium cleans injectors and pumps, prevents sludge and deposits and replaces lost lubrication. This yields an increase in horsepower, increased fuel mileage, a reduction in smoking and greater protection, including for biodiesel applications. Each container treats up to 10 gallons (38 liters).
Cetanium joins VP’s other previously introduced Madditives, including VP Fuel System Cleaner; VP Power Boost™ combustion enhancer; “VP Octanium™” octane improver; VP Fuel Stabilizer with Ethanol Shield™; and VP Diesel “All-in-One” Fuel Conditioner. Like each of the other Madditives, Cetanium is engineered to provide genuine performance improvements at a cost-effective price.
"While the performance chemicals market is crowded, dealers and their retail customers will find Cetanium and our other VP Madditives to be best in class,” Hendel said. “The VP brand on these products carries the same assurance of quality and performance customers have come to expect from VP Racing Fuels for the last 40 years. Dealers can rest assured there will be widespread demand for Madditives among their performance enthusiast customers.”
For more information about Cetanium or to order VP Madditives, call 1.877.515.1733 or contact your VP Regional Distribution Center listed online at VPRacingFuels.com/ContactUs.html.
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