Prist® 44637 HI-FLASH HI-FLO Anti-Icing Aviation Fuel Additive - 5 Gallon Pail - Part#: 16056160 -
Nexeo® Prist® Hi-Flash Hi-Flow™ anti-icing aviation fuel additive is clear in color and depresses the freezing point of water in aircraft fuel. It has a boiling point of 193 to 194 degrees C, flash point of 83.9 to 91 degrees C and a vapor pressure of 0.19 to 0.25 millimeters Hg at 20 to 25 degrees C. This mild aromatic odor additive has an auto-ignition temperature of 215 degrees C. The non-toxic and non-volatile liquid additive comes in a 5-gallon pail.
- Completely soluble in water
- Dynamic viscosity of 3.9 megapascals at 20 degrees C
- Kinematic viscosity of 3.82 to 3.89 square millimeters per second at 20 degrees C
- Vapor density of 4.2 at 20 to 25 degrees C
- Relative density of 1.02 to 1.025 at 20 degrees C
- Flammability limit of 1.2% LEL and 22.7% UEL in air
- Specific gravity of 1.023 at 20 degrees C
Benefits: For use in aviation applications / Eliminates the need for fuel heaters
Applications: In civilian jet fuels as a fuel system icing inhibiter
Specifications: ASTM Approval
Safer and easier to handle than conventional anti-icing fuel additives. Prist Hi-Flash anti-icing aviation fuel additive was developed to meet the new demands of the aviation industry. Next generation Hi-Flash additive is less toxic, less volatile and much easier to use than conventional additives.
Why you should use a fuel additive All turbine aircraft fuels contain some dissolved water. It cannot be extracted because it does not exist as particulate water. When an aircraft rises to flight altitude, the fuel cools and its capacity to retain dissolved water is reduced. Some of the dissolved water separates out as discrete water that can form into ice crystals or remain as a supercooled liquid. When supercooled water strikes a tubing bend or a filter, it can freeze quickly and block a fuel line or filter. If suspended ice crystals are present, they can also block a filter. Prist Hi-Flash anti-icing aviation fuel additive controls icing in aircraft fuel by depressing the freezing point of water.
Controlling Fuel System Icing Prist Hi-Flash additive has limited solubility in jet fuel, but is completely soluble in water. When dissolved water separates from the fuel, some amount of Prist Hi-Flash additive quickly leaves the fuel and preferentially dissolves in the water. This depresses the water's freezing point. As the fuel gets colder, and more water particles appear, more Prist Hi-Flash additive leaves the fuel and enters the water, and your aircraft's fuel lines stay clear.
Fully Authorized Prist Hi-Flash anti-icing aviation fuel additive is authorized by the United States Armed Forces under Military Specification Mil-DTL-85470(B), and by the ASTM under Standard D4171 for use in civilian jet fuels as a fuel system icing inhibitor. As part of its ASTM approval process, the formulation of Prist Hi-Flash additive was reviewed and approved by turbine engine and turbine aircraft airframe manufacturers worldwide. Prist Hi-Flash additive is recommended for every refueling at a dosage rate of .10% minimum to .15% maximum by volume.
Handling and Storage Prist Hi-Flash aviation fuel additive should be handled as a combustible liquid and stored away from direct sunlight and other sources of heat. The flammable limits of its vapor range from 1.2% to 22% in the air.
Prist Hi-Flash additive should be protected from contact with oxidizing agents, including long-term contact with the air, as it can combine with oxygen to form explosive peroxides, and since exposure to the atmosphere may cause it to absorb moisture.
Carbon dioxide, alcohol-type foam, or dry chemicals should be used for extinguishing a Prist Hi-Flash fuel additive fire, since water may cause frothing.
- SAE Specification: ASTM-D4171
- US Military Specification: MIL-I-85470
- US Military Specification: MIL-DTL-85470B