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Techron, formerly known as techroline, is a patented additive developed by Chevron Products Company, consisting of a family of compounds known as polyether amines.[1] Techron reduces accumulation of deposits in fuel injectors and on intake valves, and prevents or removes sulfur deposits from fuel sending units.[citation needed] With the introduction of Techron, Chevron gasolines became the first fuels designated as meeting TOP TIER standards for fuel cleanliness.

Techron is also available as a packaged concentrate, for use with lower quality gasoline ("under-additized"). Both Volvo and Mercedes-Benz have issued factory service bulletins advising the use of concentrated Chevron Techron in repair procedures for vehicles with certain mechanical problems.[citation needed]

See also


  1. ^ Chevron in Canada. "Chevron Gasolines with Techron." Last accessed May 26, 2007.
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