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DEI Introduces Reflective Fuel Can Cover

When it comes to winning, sometimes it is the details that make the difference. Design Engineering, the thermal specialists trusted by racers worldwide, understands that keeping fuel cool and denser will lead to more power. Most paddocks and pit areas require fuel to be stored outside, exposing your expensive investment to the heat of the summer sun. This exposure heats up the fuel, shortening its life and performance potential.

Most race fuel manufacturers recommend covering race fuels and limiting its exposure to sun and heat. This is critical when it comes to the new generation of Oxygenated fuels. Now it is possible to keep temperatures stable and extend the life of expensive race fuels with Design Engineering’s Reflective Fuel Can Covers. No more stuffing the cans under blankets or constantly moving them out of the sun.

Design Engineering’s Fuel Can Covers are designed to easily slip over the standard 5 gallon metal cans that most race fuels come in. These durable covers reflect away radiant heat to keep fuel cool.

For more information about DEI’s Made in the USA Reflective Can Cover (part #010467) or other high performance thermal products, visit, call 800-264-9472, or e-mail: [email protected]. To keep up with the very latest DEI product introductions and company news connect on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or subscribe to DEI’s You Tube channel.

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