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This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Gel point is the temperature at which diesel or biodiesel fuel freezes solid and can no longer ...

fuelandfriction.com/trucking-pro/how-prevent-diesel-fuel-gelling

Dec 14, 2013 ... In order for the diesel to flow better again, the gel point temperature ... Not only does it negatively affect fuel use, it can also lead to engine wear, ...

fleetowner.com/fuel/cold-weather-fuel-issues-safe-answer-gelling

Nov 17, 2014 ... Fridged temperatures will send many fleets into a frenzy, and fuel ... straight diesel, but the temperature was still not cold enough to gel even unblended fuel. ... First, diesel fuel does not have to be "... below -15 degrees before ...

yourfuelsolution.com/2015/01/how-to-prevent-diesel-fuel-gelling

At 10-15 degrees, it will finally start to gel and clog the tank and fuel filters. ... Gel point is the temperature point at which the diesel finally turns solid and can no ...

www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=36085.0

How cold must it become before diesel and petrol begin to freeze?

www.mycleandiesel.com/pages/Glycerin.aspx

Equipment won't start in the morning or even if it does, it might stop suddenly in ... Precise freezing temperature varies widely from one hydrocarbon to another, ...

www.truckersforum.net/forum/threads/diesel-fuel-gelling-at-what-temperature-do-you-idle-your-truck.82358

The drawback, however, is the increased risk of diesel fuel... ... I've never had my fuel gel, nor do I want to deal with that experience. .... It does us all well to use facilities that have the volumn and maintenance of their fuel ...

answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20070120193310AAQ523I

F. But some "winter" blends may gel at higher temperatures if it contains too much #2 diesel and not enough #1 (say around 18 to 20 degrees ...

www.trucking.org/ata%20docs/About/Organization/SMC/Documents/Diesel%20Winterization.doc

Diesel fuels contain paraffin (wax) which causes it to gel as it cools, leading to ... Biodiesel, just like diesel does gel in cold weather but the exact temperature at ...

www.bellperformance.com/bell-performs-blog/blog/prevent-your-diesel-fuel-from-gelling-in-cold-temperatures

Jan 15, 2014 ... Prevent your diesel fuel from gelling. Gelling occurs when paraffin wax in the fuel mixture solidifies in freezing temperatures and clogs the fuel ...