Lo-Flo additive can deliver the product at a rate which is typical of avgas, which is 15 to 20 gallons per minute. Lo-Flo is also used in helicopters, which typically have to be fueled slowly.
PRIST Anti-Icing Aviation Fuel Additive is approved for addition to turbine fuels under ASTM specification D1655 and for avgas under specification D910. The additive itself is exactly the same for both types of fuels and is produced to ASTM specification D4171 and to the Military Specification MIL-DTL-85470B.
PRIST Anti-Icing Aviation Fuel Additive shelf life
Stored correctly, PRIST Anti-Icing Fuel Additive has no shelf life. It is important to keep it as dry as possible and that the container remains sealed to avoid contact with water or moist air. The additive has a natural tendency to seek out water, and the effectiveness will be greatly reduced if it comes in contact with water in any way while in storage. If the container rusts or is punctured, it can compromise the quality of the product and should not be used unless analyzed for chemical content.
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Yes, Prist Hi-Flash Lo-Flo (part number 09-02048) is considered hazardous under the following code: UN# 1950 AEROSOLS, FLAMMABLE.
The effective treat rate is 0.1% and one can will treat 105 to 155 gallons of fuel.