Reduced lubricity in today’s diesel fuel can cause problems for its users. That’s why Hammonds brings you LubriBor® Hi-Tech Lubricity Agent, the concentrated diesel fuel additive designed to improve fuel lubricity and reduce fuel system wear.
Applications– LubriBor® is specially formulated for use in lowsulfur diesel fuel, now required for all over-the-road vehicles, and may be used in other applications such as boating, industrial and construction equipment, mining and farm equipment.
Treatment procedures–Use LubriBor® at a concentration of no less than one fluid ounce per 75 U.S. gallons of diesel fuel. The preferred method of blending is to apply the appropriate amount of LubriBor® during fueling operations. Fill tank to one-half desired amount, apply proper dosage, then resume fueling operation.
Refer to application chart below to calculate how much LubriBor® you need for proper fuel treatment.
LubriBor® DOSAGE (in ounces)
Fuel to be treated (in gal.)
LubriBor® (in oz.)
Commercial and Military Jet Fuel
Reduces Engine Wear
Protects Vital Parts
Provides superior corrosion protection
Completely oil soluble
Compatible with other fuel additives
For use in Jet Fuel, Diesel, Gasoline, Heating Oils and Kerosene
Provides excellent lubricity properties
–20.3% average wear scar reduction (HFRR ASTM D-6079)
–Protects injectors and fuel injection pumps
Approved for military aviation turbine fuel:
–U.S. Dept. of Defense, QPL-25017
–U.K. Ministry of Defense, QPL 68-251
May allow for use of jet fuel in ground equipment with proper dosage
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