PS-279-P is a proprietary blend of various organic isomers blended in unleaded fuel which through isomerization alters the physical properties of the fuel droplets by means of a viscoelasticity characteristics which grant a hydrodynamic control upon the fuel. The modified fuel droplets preventing abnormal combustion ensuring the flame spread evenly and smoothly through the combustion chamber.

The lean air-fuel mixture, high-operating temperatures, low octane and unleaded fuels used today make abnormal combustion a major problem that creates unfavourable conditions. Inside an engine, the hydrocarbons in unleaded fuel will not burn unless they are mixed with air at the ideal air/fuel ratio (stoichiometry) to ensure good fuel economy and emission reduction. Isomer fortified fuels at molecular level improve the combustion process and lead to increases in fuel octane rating, power production and volumetric efficiency in addition to substantial fuel savings, emission reduction and decreased operating temperature.


Utilized in all Petrol-powered internal combustion engines.


  • Significant Fuel Savings
  • Considerable reduction in emissions
  • Reduction in operating temperature
  • Increased octane rating
  • More homogeneous air/fuel mixture preparation
  • Excellent lubrication abilities
  • Substantially reduce wear and premature failure of fuel injectors
  • Reduces carbon deposits
  • Thermal and oxidative stable
  • Improves horsepower
  • Halogen and Peroxide free
  • Water insoluble
  • Low treatment ratio

Physical properties

Appearance : Pale yellow. Tinted Green
Odour : Petrol
Initial Boiling Point
and Boiling Range
: 25 - 210 °C / 77 - 410 °F
Boiling Point : 183 °C
Flash Point : < -40 °C / -40 °F
Upper / lower Flammability
or Explosion limits
: 1 - 8 %(V)
Auto-ignition temperature : > 250 °C / 482 °F
Vapour pressure : < 10.15 psi
Density : 0.72 - 0.78 g/cm3 at 15 °C / 59 °F
Kinematic viscosity : 0.5 - 0.75 mm2/s at 40 °C / 104 °F

TREATMENT LEVEL - 0.1% (1000ppm)
SABS - SANS 1598 Compliant
EPA - Registered per 40 CFR 79.23