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Why Use Ethanol Free Fuel?

What is ethanol fuel and why is it bad for your small engine outdoor power equipment? We explain in this short video. Read more:

Posted by Husqvarna on Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Ethanol Gas causes a lot of problems. Be sure to look at what kind of gas you're pumping!
Here is a list of Ethanol Free Gas Stations in Memphis, TN, Germantown, TN, Collierville, TN, Arlington, TN, Cordova, TN, Millington, TN, Shelby County Tennessee

What are the effects of ethanol fuel?

E10 fuels are approved for usage in lawn mowers and outdoor power handhelds like chainsawstrimmers, and leaf blowers. Gas with higher concentrations of ethanol is not. Always refer to your owner's manual for the correct fuel to use.

  • While E10 fuels are approved for small engine equipment usage, it is not recommended, especially in handheld products. Gas with ethanol separates while being stored in your gas tank. The 2 stroke oil remains bonded to the gasoline but not to ethanol. Thus, the ethanol and water part of the mixture contains no oil for engine lubrication. This leads to poor lubrication, performance issues and costly repairs over time.
  • Ethanol will start to absorb water over time, leading to poor engine performance. E10 gas absorbs up to 50 times more water than standard gasoline. It is recommended that you replace gas in your fuel tank every 2-3 weeks to avoid alcohol and water related engine issues.
  • Ethanol is also an excellent solvent. Simply put, it will dissolve plastic, rubber, fiberglass and much more, potentially causing serious problems to small engines.

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