Monster Diesel


  • Monster Diesel turns ordanary diesel into a premium diesel (V-power by Shell).
  • Monster Diesel meets the DIN EN 590:2010-05 EN590:2009+A1:2010 (D) diesel fuel standard for Europe and has been tested by H & R Chemical Pharmazeutische Spezialitäten GmbH in Germany, dated 06/14/2011.
  • Testresults are to find in OVER and klick EN 590
  • This keeps the full factory warranty reserve.
  • Monster Diesel is testet on 100% biodiesel.
  • Contains no pesticides or biocides.
  • Is suitable for all diesel-powered engine.
  • Can be used in combination with gas and AD Blue systems.
  • Contains a detergent that keeps injectors, lines and tanks clean.
  • Increases MPG up to 15%.
  • Increases power up to 10%.
  • Reduces engine wear and corrosion up to 40%
  • Reduces emissions by 23%
  • Anti-gelling formula for year round use.( -27˚C )

Good to know

Tips from the past to winterise your diesel by putting petrol into the diesel is not a way of doing things today. Modern diesel engiens are lubricated by the diesel fuel and petrol in the diesel will wash your lubriction film away from the linespump and injectors. The result is havey damaged parts on your diesel engien and a lot of extra cost for repairs.

  • Recognition of problems with diesel fuel.
  • Bad start.
  • No power (too little fuel)
  • Spontaneous shutdown (frost)
  • Corrosion in the fuel system
  • Water in the tank
  • Water in fuel filter
  • Clogging the fuel filter
  • Obstruction of the water separator
  • No fuel in the filter
Try it you gonna love it.

Use 1ml per Liter Diesel

Only the first time you need a shock dosis of 2ml per Liter Diesel to clean the hole system. After 3 or 4 times filling up with Monster Diesel dosis 1ml per Liter Diesel you will have result.


Diesel can become contaminated with micro-organisms (bacteria).

A basis of infection is established as a diesel water meet.

We are talking about free water that collects is under in the fuel tank.

Bacteria can be classified into two types:

The aerobic, producing slimy and stringy strands which will clouck up the filter and cause problems. In particular, the common rail fuel systems will have these problems. Subsequently arise the mucoid bacteria, yeasts and fungi.

Anaerobic organisms that are multicellular not require oxygen. During their cell division creates nasst mucoid precipitate a substance that the water present to convert into an acid. This may in turn much damage to the tank and engine parts, such as corrosion.

The free water can occur in different ways in a fuel tank:

The humidity in the space above the liquid, it condenses into droplets at temperature changes. Water can enter through not properly seal openings.

Water is heavier than diesel and collected at the bottom of the tank. This creates an interface between fuel and water to form a good breeding ground for microorganisms. A bacteria colony will grow in this interface with the deterioration increases as the temperature rises by returning fuel from the engine back to the tank and climatic temperature rise. Only one shot glass is enough to contaminate 1,000 liters of diesel. 200 bacteria will grow in 5 hours to 16.000.000 bacteria.

In 2004 emissions levels by the sulfur content in diesel reduced to 50 ppm in 2010 and then again lowered to 10ppm diesel is therefore more sensitive to aerobic form of contamination. The engine also has the lower sulfur content less good lubrication. In 2007, regulations require that the biofuel with regular diesel is added. B7 means 7% biodiesel addition. Biodiesel contains 8 times more water than regular diesel. Moreover, so-called biodiesel glycerin particles, which are residues from the process.

Monster Diesel can prevent these problems. Monster Diesel Diesel molecule binds to the diesel molecule and thereby change the properties. This allows costs to avoid thinking about € 3000, - for the replacement of such a high-pressure common rail injection technology and a classic from € 990, -. Furthermore, the lubrication increases by 40% and this is no sulfur. Monster Diesel is tested on 100% biodiesel and pass with flying colors, without modification to the vehicle. The cetane number is 53.3 which is higher than that of Shell V-Power, the power increases by 10% and will increase the MPG by 15%. Monster Diesel reduces emissions by 23% and reduces carbon emissions by 38%. Monster Diesel makes your diesel greener. Monster Diesel is probably the only product in the world that has all problem solutions in a unified product. We have Monster Diesel since November 2010 in two Land Rover Defender tested (60,000 km). The worse the quality of the diesel, the better result.

Automotive fuels - Diesel - Requirements and test methods; German version EN 590:2009+A1:2010 (Foreign Standard)

This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered automotive diesel fuel. It is applicable to automotive diesel fuel for use in diesel engine vehicles designed to run on automotive diesel fuel.*This document (EN 590:2009+A1:2010) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 19 "Gaseous and liquid fuels, lubricants and related products of petroleum, synthetic and biological origin", the secretariat of which is held by NEN (Netherlands). The responsible National Committee is NA 062-06-32 AA "Anforderungen an flüssige Kraftstoffe" ("Requirements for liquid fuels") at standardization committee for petroleum, fuels, lubricants and related products of Materials Testing Standards Committee (NMP). This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered automotive diesel fuel. It is applicable to automotive diesel fuel for use in diesel engine vehicles designed to run on automotive diesel fuel. It shall also be noted that in addition to the purposes listed in the scope of this European Standard, diesel fuel may also be used for similar engines, for instance in rail vehicles, boats for inland waterways, and emergency power generators. This DIN EN 590 edition implements all changes required by the Directive 2009/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009.

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