Turboline FS100 is a high-temperature fuel stabilizer and detergent additive designed to minimize carbon or coke deposits in turbine fuel combustion systems.
Combined with antioxidant and metal deactivator additives, Turboline FS100 is a multi-functional product that is formulated with the same detergent technology used by the U.S. Air Force in the JP-8+100 program.
The JP-8+100 program was a study conducted by the U.S. Air Force in the 1980’s to determine the effects of higher heat loads generated by new propulsion engines which were designed to power the next generation of fighter aircraft. Turboline FS100 is an additive which addresses the problems of hightemperature fuel combustion.
When jet fuel is exposed to increased temperatures, chemical reactions cause carbon and coke build-up on metal surfaces which can lead to poor fuel atomization, distorted fuel spray and an overall drop in engine performance. Turboline FS100 prevents this problem.
In dirty systems, Turboline FS100 first stops reactions that cause carbon and coke build-up as the fuel is heated. Turboline FS100 also binds to existing carbon-on-metal surfaces and creates a cleaning action as the additive flows through the system. This two-fold action cleans turbine systems and keeps them clean.
Turboline FS100 is readily soluble in jet fuel. Batch blending into the fuel is acceptable, but the best procedure is proportional injection. Turboline FS100 is completely compatible with other fuel system additives such as FSII and Biobor JF®. Turboline FS100 is fully approved for all operators using GE, Pratt & Whitney, Honeywell and all variants of the Turbomeca Arriel 1 & 2 engines. Operators with other Turbomeca engine models and Rolls-Royce can obtain approval on request. Please contact your local FAA authority, international authority, or OEM if you have specific questions concerning your equipment.
Recommended Treatment Level for Turboline FS100 – The optimum treatment level in the fuel is 625 ppm (vol). This treatment level equates to about 80 oz. of product for every1,000 gallons of fuel. Gallons of Jet Fuel x .000625 = Gallons of Addtive Gallons of Additive x 128 = Ounces of Additive.