Wynn’s Diesel Injector

Formulated to:
  • Clean diesel fuel systems including injectors and combustion chambers.
  • Restore proper injector spray pattern.
  • Increase fuel economy.
  • Restore overall engine performance.
  • Reduce particulate emissions.
  • Be used with Wynn's Diesel Clean Machine.


473 ml

Wynns Diesel Injector Purge

Formulated to:
  • Clean diesel fuel systems including injectors and combustion chambers.
  • Restore proper injector spray pattern.
  • Increase fuel economy.
  • Restore overall engine performance.
  • Reduce particulate emissions.
  • Be used with Wynn's Diesel Clean Machine.
This product may be used without dilution in any diesel fuel system cleaning equipment.

The Problem

Diesel engines are similar in many ways to gasoline engines. They are both internal combustion engines operating in either 2-stroke or 4-stroke cycles, but they differ in several important ways. Diesel engines use the heat of compression to ignite the air/fuel l mixture , rather than using spark ignition as in gasoline engines. As such, diesel engines rely on very high compression ratios in comparison to gasoline engines, in order to generate the roughly 750ºF (400ºC) temperatures necessary to ignite the fuel upon contact with the compressed and superheated air in the combustion chamber. A diesel engine controls power output by varying the amount of fuel injected into the cylinder, thereby varying the air fuel ratio, rather than by varying or throttling the amount of the air/fuel mixture drawn into the cylinder as in a gasoline engine.

Engine differences, in combination with differences in the fuel, result in diesel engines being much more efficient than gasoline engines, translating to as much as a 40% fuel economy advantage for diesel engines over gasoline engines of the same size. These fuel economy advantages in combination with improvements in combustion processes that have resulted in decreased emissions have greatly increased the popularity of diesel engines in the automotive, light truck and SUV markets. Because of their power output, fuel economy and durability, diesels have always been the engines of choice for the heavy-duty trucking market.

Residues from modern diesel fuels form deposits in the injectors and in the combustion chambers of diesel engines. Injectors in diesel engines are especially prone to hard deposits because their location exposes them to the high temperatures of combustion. Diesel combustion chamber deposits are similarly hard and difficult to remove. These deposits on the tips of diesel injectors can cause injector sticking or interruption of the normal fuel spray pattern. Such injector and combustion chamber deposits can result in poor performance, decrease d fuel economy and increase demission, specifically particulate emissions. Many products on the market may be “universal” and meant for both gasoline and diesel engines and may not provide sufficient deposit removal to correct performance, fuel economy and emissions concerns.

The Solution

Wynn's® Diesel Injector Purge is a highly concentrated and highly effective product specifically formulated to clean diesel fuel systems, especially the hard to remove injector and combustion chamber deposits. This product is designed to be used with service equipment to completely clean diesel fuel systems, restoring proper injector spray patterns and combustion efficiency to result in increased power, improved fuel economy and reduced emissions.

Wynn's Diesel Injector Purge is formulated for use with Wynn's Diesel Clean Machine, #03500, as directed in the equipment operation manual. This product may also be used with any diesel fuel system cleaning equipment, Provided that the manufacturer's recommendations and operations procedures are followed. This product does not have to be diluted and may be circulated back to the fuel tank and will not harm any fuel system components, including fuel system sensors, filters, catalytic converters, particulate traps and plastic material s such as those sometimes found in injection pumps.

Wynn's Diesel Injector Purge is formulated as the solution for removal of diesel fuel system deposits to restore performance, maximize fuel economy and minimize emissions.


Formulated to:
  • Clean diesel fuel systems including injectors and combustion chambers.
  • Restore proper injector spray pattern.
  • Increase fuel economy.
  • Restore overall engine performance.
  • Reduce particulate emissions.
  • Be used with Wynn's Diesel Clean Machine.

Materials Safety Data Sheet
Wynn's Australia Pty Ltd.
An (ITW), Illinois Tool Works Company .ABN 73 000 370 150
100 Hassall Street, Wetherill Park N.S.W. 2164
Private Bag 35, Wetherill Park DC N.S.W. 2164
(02) 9828 0900


Product NameWynn's Diesel Injector Purge
Other Names15401 473 ml
Liquid Hydrocarbons / SUSDP Schedule 5
Recommended UseCleaning fluid for diesel fuel systems
Supplier NameWynn's Australia Pty Ltd
An (ITW), Illinois Tool Works Company
ABN 73 000 370 150
Address100 Hassall Street, Wetherill Park N.S.W. 2164
Private Bag 35, Wetherill Park DC N.S.W. 2164
Telephone Number(02) 9828 0900
Email : wynnsaus@wynns.net
Website : www.wynns.net
Emergency Phone Number(02) 9828 0900 Monday-Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm
13 11 26 (24 hours Australia) Poisons Information Centre (PIC)
0800 764 766 (New Zealand) Poisons Information Centre (PIC)


Hazard Classification HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE. NON-DANGEROUS GOODS. Classified as hazardous according to the criteria of NOHSC. Not classified as a Dangerous Good according to the criteria of the ADG Code.
Risk Phrase R 10 Flammable.
R 37 Irritating to respiratory system.
R 40 Possible risks of irreversible effects.
Safety Phrase S 2 Keep out of reach of children.
S 24/25 Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
S 36/37 Wear suitable protective clothing and gloves.


Pure substances : Not applicable – Mixture
Chemical Identity CAS Number Proportion
Petroleum Distillate 68476-34-6 >60%
Diethylene Glycol 111-46-6 10 - < 30%
Other non-hazardous ingredients - < 10%
Methyl Amyl Alcohol 108-11-2 < 10%


Ingestion If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs, keep head below hips to help keep liquid from entering the lungs. For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre or a doctor.
Skin If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running water. Wash affected area with soap and water.
Eye If in eyes, flush with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, call for medical help.
Inhalation Remove person to fresh air to avoid further inhalation. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing.
First Aid Facilities Eye wash station.
Advice to Doctor Treatment should be controlled by symptoms and clinical conditions. Emesis may be induced under medical supervision.


Suitable Extinguishing Media Dry chemicals, carbon dioxide, water spray and foam are recommended.
Hazards From Combustion Products Thermal decomposition may produce oxides of carbon, sulphur and nitrogen.
Precautions For Fire Fighters Flammable liquid. Avoid heat, flame or other sources of ignition. Vapours may be ignited by heat or flame. Containers exposed to heat from fire should be cooled with water to prevent vapour pressure build up.
Special Protective Equipment Fire fighters should wear self contained breathing apparatus when hydrocarbons are involved in fire.
Hazchem Code 3[Y]E


Emergency Procedures Isolate area and restrict entry. Eliminate all sources of ignition.
Methods and Materials for Containment and Clean Up Procedures Use absorbent, sand or clay. Shovel into containers. Remove to outside. Prevent liquid from entering sewers and water ways. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State and Local regulations.


Precautions for Safe Handling Keep away from heat and sparks. Do not breathe vapours. Keep containers closed. Keep out of reach of children.
Conditions for Safe Storage Provide adequate ventilation. Do not store opened containers. Use entire contents


National Exposure Standards
None established for product - - -
Established for ingredients
Mineral Oil Mist 5 mg/m3 10 mg/m3 -
Methyl Isobutyl Carbinol 25 ppm 104 mg/m3 40 ppm 167 mg/m3 -
Alternative Standards Petroleum Oil
Mist OSHA (PEL) 5mg/m3 ACGIH (TLV-TWA) 5mg/m3

Contains no other ingredients now known to be hazardous as defined by OSHA 29CFR 1910.1000(z) and 29CFR 1910.1200.

Exposure Standard means the average concentration of a particular substance in the worker’s breathing zone, exposure to which, according to current knowledge, should not cause adverse health effects nor cause undue discomfort to nearly all workers.

Biological Limit Values No biological limit allocated.
Engineering Controls Provide adequate general or local ventilation to maintain concentrations below ES / TLV / PEL limits.
Personal Protective Equipment
Respiratory Protection None required with normal application or use of product. If vapours exceed ES / TLV / PEL values, use a NIOSH approved respirator.
Eye / Face Protection Safety glasses.
Skin Protection Chemical resistant gloves.
Thermal Hazards None applicable.


Appearance Clear thin amber liquid
Odour Petroleum distillate
pH Value Not applicable
Vapour Pressure > 1 mm Hg @ 20°C
Vapour Density > 1 @ 20°C (air = 1)
Boiling Point/Range 137 - 243°C
Freezing Point Not available
Melting Point Not applicable
Solubility Insoluble in water
Density 0.850 @ 15°C
Flash Point 52°C (PMCC)
Flammable Limits Not available
Ignition Temperature Not available
Volatiles 5.4% volume
Cloud Point -3°C


Chemical Stability Stable
Conditions to Avoid Heat, flame, or other sources of ignition.
Incompatible Materials Strong oxidising agents.
Hazardous Decomposition Products Thermal decomposition may produce oxides of carbon, sulphur and nitrogen.
Hazardous Reactions Polymerization will not occur.


Toxicology Information
This material has not been identified as a carcinogen by NTP, IARC or OSHA. Chronic exposure may cause kidney and liver damage.

Acute Health Effects
Ingestion of this material may cause vomiting. Aspiration into the lungs during ingestion or vomiting can result in severe pulmonary damage.

Inhalation of vapours or mist may cause mild irritation to the upper respiratory tract. High level exposure may result in central nervous system depression.

May cause irritation to eyes.
May cause irritation to skin. Prolonged or repeated contact can result in defatting and drying of skin.

Chronic Health Effects


Ecotoxicity No ecotoxicological classifications.
Persistence/ Degradability Not available.
Mobility Not available.


Disposal Methods
Dispose of waste according to federal, EPA, state and local regulations. Assure conformity with all applicable regulations.

Special Precautions for Landfill or Incineration
Material suitable for disposal by incineration or landfill through an approved agent.


UN Number 1993
Proper Shipping Name FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S.
Class and Subsidiary 3
Packing Group 111
Special Precautions
for User None required.
Hazchem Code 3[Y]E


Poisons Schedule Liquid Hydrocarbons / Schedule 5 SUSDP No. 21 (2006).
Hazard Category Harmful / NOHSC : 10005 (1999).
FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S. / ADG Code Sixth Edition (1998).


ABN Australian Business Number
ACGIH American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
ADG Australian Dangerous Goods
AICS Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances
AS Australian Standard
CAS Chemical Abstracts Service (USA)
COC Cleveland Open Cup
EPA Environment Protection Agency (Australian States)
IARC International Agency for Research on Cancer
IP Institute of Petroleum (UK)
NIOSH National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (USA)
NOHSC National Occupational Health and Safety Commission
NTP National Toxicology Program (USA)
NZS New Zealand Standard
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration (USA)
PEL Permissible Exposure Level
PMCC Pensky - Martens Closed Cup
SCBA Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
STEL Short Term Exposure Limit
SUSDP Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs and Poisons
TLV Threshold Limit Valve
TWA Time Weighted Average
UN United Nations

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This form has been prepared in accordance with the National Code of Practice for the Preparation of Material Safety Data Sheets 2nd Edition [NOHSC:2011 (2003)] issued by the National Occupation Health and Safety Commission April 2003. All information contained in this form is as accurate as possible at the time of issue. The data contained herein is not to be taken as an expressed or implied warranty or representation, for which Wynn's Australia Pty Ltd assumes legal responsibility. No responsibility for damages resulting from use of the information are given, other than those implied mandatorily by Federal or State Government Legislation.