Join Date: May 2008
Location: Brampton, Ontario
Thanks for the info. I've been checking various websites to find out more. I think even in Canada it should work provide the fuel is kept warm. I work for a heating oil company, and i've seen all types of oil furnaces with tanks outside. and in cases where we found the fuel to start to gel we would insulate the oil line and in some cases wrap the line with a heater cable(in very cold conditions). The problem never seemed to be with the fuel so much, but rather the fuel filter where the dirt particles would get trapped thats where the gelling would happen. I don't know if that would be the same in a diesel engin or not?