Howes is proud to introduce our latest product, Howes Diesel Lifeline®. Designed to deal with emergencies caused by the toughest winter weather, Diesel Lifeline is a fast-acting product that safely works to reliquefy gelled fuel and de-ice frozen fuel filters. Containing no alcohol or harmful solvents, Diesel Lifeline is a simple, smart solution for gelling and icing rescues from a name you can trust. Howes Diesel Lifeline is the only emergency rescue product that does not require fuel mixing or fuel filter changes. It works quickly, often in just 15 minutes, in harsh temperatures down to -35°F and beyond. Developed over the course of seven long years, Diesel Lifeline has been thoroughly tested and is guaranteed to work safely and easily to get you back on the road fast.
Alcohol is dangerous and abrasive to your system. Diesel Lifeline is the only rescue product made with absolutely no alcohol or harmful solvents. 100% petroleum-based and with a flashpoint equal to that of diesel, it is safe enough that you could actually run your engine off it alone without risk of damage.
Diesel Lifeline works to chemically modify the melting points of both ice and wax making it possible for fuel to flow freely.
The simple, smart solution to winter emergencies, Howes Diesel Lifeline is the only product that requires no fuel mixing or fuel filter change.
Once in the system, Howes Diesel Lifeline not only works to get you rolling again but, it continues to work to prevent fuel filter icing.
Developed over 7 years, Diesel Lifeline is the only emergency product made with an advanced formula that chemically modifies the melting points of both wax and ice to make it possible for fuel to flow freely. It re-liquefies gelled fuel, de-ices frozen fuel filters, and prevents future fuel filter icing.
Imagine going to sleep in 45°F weather and waking up to temperatures hovering in the single digits. It happens all the time. Unexpected drops in temperature can catch you off guard at any point throughout the cold winter months, especially if you’re driving across country. Most diesel users know that gelling can be a real problem when temperatures start to drop below freezing and using a quality anti-gel, such as Howes Diesel Treat, is crucial. However, frigid temperatures could easily creep up on you before you’ve had the chance to treat. Smaller vehicles, such as diesel pick-up trucks, are often prone to gelling even when properly treated. Plus, there is always the chance that you just plain forgot to add an anti-gel before cold weather hit. Winter emergencies can put a real damper on your travel plans or be extremely costly in both time and money. Luckily, Howes Diesel Lifeline can provide an unbeatable solution if you ever find yourself in need of rescue. 100% petroleum-based and made with absolutely no alcohol or harmful solvents, Diesel Lifeline is the safe, simple solution for gelling or icing emergencies. The Howes Team spent seven years developing Diesel Lifeline to be superior to other emergency rescue products in every way. It re-liquefies gelled fuel and de-ices frozen fuel filters safely and easily to get you back on the road fast. It also prevents future fuel filter icing to keep you moving no matter what type of weather you encounter.
|Part #||Size||Treat Rate|
|103093||1 quart||As needed, read label|
|103092||1/2 gal.||As needed, read label|
This unique product is designed for those who are dealing with emergency situations caused by freezing temperatures. If you didn’t add an anti-gel product to your diesel because you normally drive in warmer temperatures or because you weren’t expecting a winter storm, Diesel Lifeline can rescue your vehicle from a dangerous situation.
One of the most crucial differentiators of Diesel Lifeline is that it is the only emergency rescue product that does not contain harmful alcohol. Alcohol is very abrasive to your system and can cause extensive damage. Even more importantly, products that contain alcohol can be dangerous to use because they carry a very high flashpoint. This means they could potentially blow your engine or even ignite upon use. Diesel Lifeline has a flashpoint almost equal to that of diesel fuel, so it’s always safe to use. So safe in fact, that you could actually run your vehicle off of the product alone with no risk of harm or damage. Lifeline is also the only product of its kind that does not require fuel filter changes or mixing with additional diesel fuel before pouring into your filters. You can pour it directly in to your tank or filter and let it get straight to work. Lifeline works quickly, safely, and easily to save you money and get you back on the road where you belong.
Diesel Lifeline works to reliquefy gelled fuel and de-ice frozen fuel filters using advanced technology to change the melting points of ice and wax. This process quickly gets fuel flowing, often in just 15 minutes. Developed over the course of seven years, Diesel Lifeline has been thoroughly tested and proven effective to work in temperatures -35°F and beyond. While most products use alcohol and harmful solvents to remove water, petroleum-based Lifeline works safely to get your diesel started and prevent future fuel filter icing.
No. It is always easier to prevent a problem than it is to fix one.
Diesel Treat is a proactive product. It prevents diesel fuel from gelling in cold weather. It works best when you add it regularly to your fuel before you encounter freezing temperatures. Beyond being the nation’s number one selling anti-gel, Diesel Treat prolongs your engine's life and helps you get more fuel economy out of every tank.
Diesel Lifeline is a recovery product. It works quickly to solve emergency situations such as fuel filter icing or to reliquefy diesel fuel that’s already suffering from a high degree of gelling. Diesel Lifeline can help you thaw out frozen fuel filters and get gelled fuel flowing quickly to get you out of a bind and back on the road. While Diesel Lifeline can prevent fuel filter icing, it should not take the place of Diesel Treat. It is meant to be used in an emergency, not to prevent gelling in the first place.