What is MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel? BUY NOW
MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel is the world’s first patented NON-FLAMMABLE gasoline derivative. Although, it works like gasoline, it is not gasoline. It contains no volatile butanes, pentane, hexanes or heptanes, and is therefore safe to store in the trunk of your vehicle and used as fuel additive in an emergency “out of gas” situation.
Can MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel bought in stores?
MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel can currently be bought online through this website or by calling our toll free number and some major chain stores. We will be in all major chain stores in the next few months.
How does MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel work?
Even when your vehicle is “out of gas”, some residual gasoline remains in the fuel line and at the bottom of your gas tank. MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel pushes this residual conventional gasoline into your vehicle’s engine. The residual gasoline can then start your engine and MAGIC TANK keeps the vehicle running.
Why is MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel safe to carry in my car?
MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel is safe to carry in your car because it DOES NOT contain any butane or any other highly flammable components. In fact, if poured over a burning match, it will extinguish the flame.
Is MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel significantly safer than gasoline?
Yes! It has a minimum flash point (the minimum temperature at which a liquid will catch fire if exposed to a spark or flame) of at least 105°F, whereas, conventional gasoline has a flash point of –50°F to –40°F. MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel formula has been rated by the National Fire Prevention Agency (NFPA) and a Department of Transportation (DOT) as “Combustible” as opposed to gasoline which retains the significantly more hazardous rating of “Flammable”.
Will MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel work in vehicles other than cars?
YES! MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel can be used in any gasoline powered engines (NOT DIESEL), including boat, jet ski, motorcycle, snowmobiles and other recreational vehicle engines.
Is it safe to store MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel in my trunk on the hottest summer day?
MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel develops less pressure than a container of orange juice when exposed to high temperatures. The vapors are not explosive. The only way it would catch fire, would be when raised to a temperature above its flash point and if the fuel were exposed to a spark or a flame. However, MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel is packaged in a bottle where the mouth of the container is heat sealed with foil seal, protected by a child safety cap that makes it difficult for a spark or flame to get near the liquid. This product is not flammable.
Can MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel harm my engine, oxygen sensors, or catalytic converter?
There is nothing in MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel that is not already in ordinary gasoline! It is the volatile butanes, pentanes, hexanes and heptanes, as well as gum forming agents (olefins) that exist in gasoline that could be harmful to an engine; however these compounds do not exist in MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel. MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel is lead free and has a premium octane rating of at least 91+.
What mileage do you receive per gallon of MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel?
One gallon of MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel provides your vehicle with the same mileage as a gallon of gasoline. The average automobile will travel a distance of 8 to 35 miles per gallon, depending on the vehicle, weather, and terrain. MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel will provide the same MPG as gasoline.
Can I use MAGIC TANK® Emergency Fuel even after it has been in my trunk for a long period of time?
Yes! MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel has a 10 year shelf life. Unlike gasoline, MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel contains NO olefins, which cause gums to develop during storage. These gums potentially clog fuel injectors and other engine parts. MAGIC TANK Emergency Fuel is stable for long term storage.BUY NOW