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11th April 2013
FJHRA Newsflash 2012/13 - Millers Oils Classic Fuel Additives Approved by FHBVC

What is meant by the octane number in fuel?

The octane number is a measure of a fuels ability to resist detonation.  The higher the octane number, the more resistance a fuel will have to […]
11th April 2013
FJHRA Newsflash 2012/13 - Millers Oils Classic Fuel Additives Approved by FHBVC

Under what circumstances should I consider using a fuel additive?

You need to consider using a petrol additive if you have an older vehicle that was designed to run on leaded fuel or in any vehicle […]
29th July 2012
Millers VSPe Power Plus multi-shot fuel additive

VSP vs Ecomax Pricing

We have received questions concerning VSP vs Ecomax Pricing as follows: Q:  Do Millers have any plans to introduce the new additives as a more cost […]
29th July 2012
Several clients have encountered fuel stations in France that no longer sell SP 95 and who now only sell 95-E10. However, SP 98 is still sold on forecourts so can you confirm whether SP-98 will also eventually move to an E10 version?

Several clients have encountered fuel stations in France that no longer sell SP 95 and who now only sell 95-E10. However, SP 98 is still sold on forecourts so can you confirm whether SP-98 will also eventually move to an E10 version?

Yes, it’s going to happen (move to SP containing ethanol), the trend is to push up the bio content, but we are not sure if it […]
29th July 2012
FJHRA Newsflash 2012/13 - Millers Oils Classic Fuel Additives Approved by FHBVC

How do the new additives (VSPe Power Plus, VSPe, EPS) work to counteract any possible water accumulation issues in the fuel?

In summary there is no additive at present that prevents water accumulation, but there could be, but that has possible drawbacks. Bioethanol will hold around 750ppm […]