WASP FT RED is a highly concentrated mixture of carefully formulated additives and solvents designed to easily mix with gas oils, diesel and fuel oils used for marine pleasure, ocean-going vessels, road haulage fleets, mechanical plant and agricultural units.

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What FT RED does
> Improves combustion
> Reduces carbon deposits
> Helps emulsify water
> Disperses and inhibits sludge
> Inhibits microbial growth
> Reduces gums & resins
> Reduces smoke emissions
> Improves spray patterns
> Reduces mechanical wear
> Extends filter life
> Inhibits tank corrosion
> Lowers fuel consumption
> Cleans injectors & fuel system
> Improves power output

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Fuel optimisation

At today’s higher fuel prices it is essential customers obtain greater value for money by optimising fuel performance in the most cost effective way. Each litre of fuel burned needs to be in pristine condition to enhance engine performance and reduce mechanical wear. Engines convert fuel or ‘chemical energy’ into mechanical energy, heat and emissions. The condition of the fuel plays an important role in the efficiency of the energy conversion process. Optimal fuel quality will enhance combustion, extend maintenance intervals and the useful life of filters and injectors, and help to keep tanks clean.

Additives in FT RED restore ‘stale’ fuels to peak combustibility ensuring continuous clean burning and optimising fuel efficiency. FT RED will extend the life of stored fuel, and with its water dispersant component, will allow the fuel/water mix to be efficiently burnt.

Stored fuels naturally deteriorate:

Fuels, being organic, are susceptible to natural deterioration. Oxidation, water, and microbes all contribute to reducing fuel quality and forming tank sludge. Bacterial build up can also be a major problem. Water ingress and air-borne contaminants like dirt and grit all combine with oxidised fuel particles to form sludge. These unwanted by-products cause clogged filters and fuel lines, resulting in unwanted downtime and costly maintenance. Worse potential engine failure at sea or vehicle breakdown in remote areas!

In use, contaminated fuel can corrode injectors, pumps (and tanks) leading to incomplete combustion, carbon build up, smoke, loss of power and even engine failure.

FT RED - the solution

The addition of FT RED fuel treatment and improvement catalyst eliminates any fungal growth and bacterial build up, improves the fuels combustibility and restores it to pristine condition. It also enhances the fuel’s lubrication, inhibits corrossion and reduces harmful exhaust emissions. The use of FT RED prevents stored ‘stale’ fuel having to be replaced a major cost saving at today’s prices.


1 litre of FT RED to 4000 litres of fuel offers a minimal treat rate

Packaging: 250 ml plastic bottles

Other options available on request: 5 litre plastic container, 25 litre container

FTR - A comprehensive fuel treatment and improvement product specifically designed for gas oils, diesel and fuel oils used for marine vessels, road haulage fleets, mechanical plant and agricultural units

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How it works

See how the Separ filter works to separate water and particulate from fuel. 

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3 Kingley Park, Station Road, Kings Langley, Herts, WD4 8GW

Tel: +44 (0)1923 276007

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