Briggs launches new fuel treatment compound

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Engine experts at Milwaukee-based Briggs & Stratton Corp. have developed a super-concentrated fuel treatment and stabilizer that treats more fuel and protects engines from the impact of ethanol-blended fuels for up to three years.

A single 16-ounce bottle of Briggs & Stratton’s Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment and Stabilizer now treats up to 80 gallons of gasoline. Ethanol is now blended into more than 95 percent of the nation’s gasoline supply, according to the Renewable Fuels Association, making it nearly impossible to avoid.

“It’s critical to look for products developed by companies that truly know engines –and that have the engineering expertise to understand how best to protect them,” said Carissa Gingras, marketing director, consumer engines and service at Briggs & Stratton. “Additionally, owners should feel confident that the product they choose has been thoroughly tested, offers maximum protection, and stabilizes fuel for more than a year after opening and that’s what our product does.” 

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The product can be used in any gas engine, including two-cycle engines such as those on string trimmers and chain saws which run on a gasoline/oil blend. It is especially important to use the product in equipment that is used intermittently or infrequently, including lawn mowers, generators, pressure washers, chipper shredders, outboard motors and recreational vehicles.

“Ethanol-based fuels are particularly damaging because they attract moisture which eventually separates from the fuel, forming a layer of ethanol-enriched water at the bottom of the tank where it does its damage,” says Eric Risse, fuel systems engineer at Briggs & Stratton. 

Briggs & Stratton Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer combines a “triple antioxidant” formula with additional ingredients to protect the entire fuel system.

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