Diesel is used for lubricating oil for diesel engines. A diesel fuel tank on a truck is generally any liquid fuel used in diesel engines, which fuel ignition does not spark, as a result of the compression of the mixture of intake air and then injecting fuel. Diesel auxiliary reaches high temperatures for combustion during engine start in cold weather. Diesel engines have found extensive use as a result of increased thermodynamic efficiency and thus fuel efficiency. This is especially when diesel engines are driven at the lowest for the supply of air not strips like an engine, its efficiency is still very high.
Diesel is developing increasingly and is believed to distinguish these types of diesel oil, increasingly petrodiesel. Ultra low sulfur Diesel is a standard for defining diesel fuel with significantly reduced sulfur content. Manufacturers of equipment have raised several fuels to concern the following issues corrosion of components of fuel injection locking system low-pressure fuel increased dilution and polymerization oil pump of the engine.