AvLabs Dice 190 Fuel System Icing Inhibitor
Though there are lots of things the careful aviator can do to minimize undissolved water in the fuel system, the fact is, no system is without it. And once you hit critical icing temperatures (about 12 to 15 °F, -11 to -9 °C) it starts to become a very real and potentially dangerous problem. At temperatures below 0 °F (-18 °C), the increasing size of ice crystals can even begin to stop up filters and screens and other small openings.
When such conditions occur, AvLabs has the solution many aviators turn to, Dice 190 Fuel System Icing Inhibitor.
Using the latest chemistry to minimize hazardous toxicity, Dice Flash 190 rolls out reliable ice inhibition. Water molecules freeze in high altitudes. When this occurs, jet fuel lines can be compromised and engines can fail. Why gamble with such airborne risks? You don't have to, not when you can apply Dice Flash 190.
ASTM STANDARD D4171