Diesel engines are notoriously smoky, producing much more blue, white, and black smoke than their gasoline-powered counterparts. The fundamental reasons for this are that diesels operate at higher pressures, with lower-purity fuel, and variable fuel-air ratios. This post covers the different types of smoke, and their (complicated) causes.
As you may have noticed, things are a lot brighter around our website these days! Our old ‘too blue’ design lasted for a little over five years, but the web moves quick, so we decided to move to a more modern design and framework. We hope this new site is just as easy to navigate