Archoil’s AR6200 Fuel Modification Complex Information Page
AR6200 contains a proven organometallic catalyst that improves
What AR6200 Means To Powerstroke Owners
Unburned carbon residue build up within the Turbo, EGR and DPF should be significantly reduced resulting in extended equipment life and lower repair costs due to a cleaner running fuel system and engine.
AR6200 Fuel Modification Complex’s Nobel winning chemistry does more than any other fuel additive on the market today! When you factor everything this product does to protect your Powerstroke it’s intriguing! But, when you do the math by calculating the 8-9 cents per gallon it costs along with an average MPG increase of 5% to 8% using the product, it’s a no brainer to justify!
AR6200 has been formulated for use in a broad range of hydrocarbon fuel types including diesel, gasoline, heating oil and 2-cycle.
AR6200 also contains a high quality lubricant, dispersant, detergent, demulsifier and an anti-corrosion package. The dispersant dissolves difficult to burn sludge within the fuel tank, which if left untreated may eventually plug filters and injectors. The detergent package cleans the entire fuel system while the lubricant and anti-corrosion agent ensures fuel system components, pumps and injectors remain sufficiently lubricated and protected. An active demulsifier protects delicate components by separating excess water from the fuel. AR6200 will preserve most hydrocarbon fuels for up to one year without the need for retreatment.
- Combustion Catalyst
- Improves Combustion Efficiency
- Reduces Unburned Carbon (Soot) in Engine
- 5% to 8% MPG Increase on CMB Test (US diesel)
- Increases Torque
- Cleans and Protects Equipment
- Dispersant – Dissolves Sludge and Other Contaminants
- Lubricant – Protects the Fuel Pump and Injectors
- Detergent – Cleans the Fuel System and Injectors
- Corrosion Inhibitor – Protects the Fuel Tank
- Demulsifier – Separates Water from Fuel
- Stabilizer – Enables Fuel Storage For Up to 1-Year
USEAGE & PRODUCT MIX AMOUNTS
- 5ml treats 13 gallons (5 ml. is one hash mark on bottle measuring chamber)
- 1/4 oz. per 20 gallons
- 1 oz. per 80 gallons
- 1 gallon per 10,000 gallons for gasoline and diesel
- 1 gallon per 15,000 gallons for heating fuel (1 oz. treats 120 gallons)
- 1 oz. treats 40 gallons for 2 stroke fuel