K100 has a strong hydrophilic attraction to water. It seeks out water droplets (1) in the fuel system and breaks the bond (2) between adjacent molecules. K100 then permanently bonds itself to each individual molecule and encapsulates it with a combustible shell. The encapsulated water (3) is dispersed throughout the entire fuel tank as an inner-phase suspension. Over time the water is removed as the engine runs, harmlessly burning if off.
- Causes phase separation in E-10 fuel
- Causes winter freeze-ups
- Blocks fuel lines and filters
- Damages fuel injector tips
- Supports corrosion & acid formation