NEW Diesel Specialist Injector Cleaner

NEW Diesel Specialist Injector Cleaner


Forté is proud to introduce the latest addition to its range, Diesel Specialist Injector Cleaner, formulated to address the growing problem of injector contamination in today’s high pressure direct injection diesel engines.  The new product has been specifically formulated to remove internal diesel injector deposits (IDID), a new form of contamination which adversely affects an injector’s spray pattern, causing it to go out of balance.  As a result, the vehicle’s smooth running control system has to make injector correction adjustments to maintain fuel efficiency and low emissions.

Simply added to the fuel tank, Forté Diesel Specialist Injector Cleaner provides rapid cleansing of the fuel injectors and removal of the internal diesel injector deposits, as well as contamination on the injector nozzles.  The new product removes harmful deposits that have built up over time, restoring lost power and acceleration, as well as improving fuel economy and reducing emissions. 

Forté Diesel Specialist Injector Cleaner is designed for use in all diesel engines, is harmless to catalytic converters and particulate filters and is compatible with all diesel fuels, including biodiesel up to B30. Diesel Specialist Injector Cleaner can be used as a standalone product, as well as for regular maintenance in conjunction with Forté Advanced Formula Diesel Treatment.

Dave Norton, Forté’s Technical Manager, comments: “Modern diesel engines operate under very high injection pressures and extremely tight tolerances to meet stringent emissions targets and ensure vehicle efficiency and fuel economy.  This has also led to a new type of contamination in the form of internal diesel injector deposits, which up until now have been difficult to address.  Forté Diesel Specialist Injector Cleaner provides a highly effective solution to this problem by removing these internal deposits to ensure injector cleanliness and restoration of the correct spray pattern to remedy combustion efficiency.”

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