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Dry gas is a very helpful fuel additive that is used to remove water from gasoline and prevent water-contaminated gasoline from freezing. While the solution itself is actually called dry gas, there is one brand of this fluid named Drygas.
Water should never be in the gas tank, fuel lines, fuel injectors, or combustion chamber. There are a number of issues water-contaminated gasoline can bring about:
- Water does not combust when mixed with air inside of the combustion chamber. This means that if the gasoline going into an engine has too much water in it, the fuel will not burn very well. In some cases this can stall the engine with the watery gas still in the combustion chamber, corroding metal surfaces and generally making a mess of things.
- Water also has a nasty tendency to freeze when it reaches a temperature below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Water causes rust and corrosion in the gas tank, metal fittings, and metal lines along the fuel system. This is particularly bad for the fuel system, as some of the debris can make it all the way to the fuel injectors and eventually clog them.
How does dry gas work?
Based on either methanol or isopropyl alcohol, dry gas rids the fuel system of water by binding to the water and then burning it all off in the combustion chamber. Because of alcohol’s extremely low freezing point, it also acts as antifreeze to water-contaminated gasoline.
Different engines have different responses to dry gas and some will run differently with it in the fuel. Dry gas is not really a necessary part of routine maintenance, but if there is any reason to suspect that a vehicle is suffering from water-contaminated gas, especially in the winter, dry gas is an excellent solution.
When outdoor temperatures dip below freezing levels and water vapor gets into your car’s fuel lines, your fuel lines can easily freeze. Fixing a frozen line is typically inexpensive, but it can be frustrating to deal with. Instead, follow these simple steps to prevent the issue from happening in the first place.
Step 1 – Keeping Your Battery Charge at Maximum Level
To ensure your automobile’s fuel lines don’t freeze, ensure your battery is fully charged. Small runs in your vehicle can lead to a drop in the battery charge. To keep your battery charged, don’t let your vehicle sit for long periods of time without being driven.
Step 2 – Maintaining Your Fuel System
Next, prevent your fuel lines from freezing by pouring a fuel additive into the system. Purchase a fuel-line antifreeze at your local automotive shop to add to your car’s system. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. This substance will keep your lines from freezing over, even at low temperatures.
Step 3 – Keeping the Fuel Tank at Maximum Capacity
In addition, Keep your fuel tank at its maximum capacity to decrease moisture in your system. The less moisture in the system, the less chance your fuel lines will freeze.