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Comparison Additive Testing For Diesel Fuel Additives-Know Before You Buy!
Research Laboratories, Inc., a fuel/petroleum testing facility employing ASTM, IP and other accepted test methods, offers diesel fuel additive comparison testing to aid diesel fuel users, refiners and suppliers in making wise choices in selecting appropriate chemical protection for Winter and Summer fuels.

Choosing an effective diesel fuel additive is critical for all fuel additive buyers. ALL DIESEL FUEL ADDITIVES ARE NOT THE SAME! However with notorious vendor sales tactics and questionable product literature claims a fuel user can become very confused in the process.

Solution: Petroleum laboratory analysis of each perspective fuel additive BEFORE buying.
Attending MATS (the Midwest American Trucking Show)
Have question about diesel fuel testing? Representatives of Research Laboratories, Inc will be in attendance at the MATS (Midwest American Trucking Show) later this month. Located in Louisville, KY at the Kentucky Expo Center 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209 from March 22nd through the 24th. Feel free to stop by and say hello or ask your questions at booth #69113 in the West Wing.
Christmas and New Year Holiday Shutdown
As the festive season approaches, Research Laboratories would like to remind customers of our holiday shutdown period. We will be closing on 12/22/17 at 12:30 PM and re-opening at 8:30 AM on 01/02/18.

Due to the increased volume of requests, lab work submitted after 12/11/17 cannot be guaranteed to be completed by the close of business on 12/22/17. We apologize for any inconvenience and recommend all critical work be submitted ASAP (prior to 12/11/17) to avoid completion delays.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
It is Never too Late (or too Early) to Prepare for Winter
Sure it is pleasant now, but its getting colder in the mornings. The dew that glistens will once again be turned into frost all too soon. Are your fuel tanks and emergency generator tanks prepared for what is to come?
Determination of Cold Weather Fuel Operability
There are various means used to predict how a diesel fuel will function in cold temperatures.


There are various means used to theoretically predict whether a particular diesel fuel will function properly when used at reduced ambient temperatures. Some of these methods are "good predictors" and some are not. The following describes the most widely used testing techniques to assist fuel marketers and fuel users.



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