This chart can be misleading for those not familiar with the process, so here goes. As was later explained this chart is only for Chevron gas, and yes it's top tier. This chart was designed for when there was a rack failure, or the pumps on the additive tank would stop working. It was to be used as a guide for HAND ADDITIZING LOADS or in ground tanks. There is never, under normal circumstances anybody sitting around with quarts of Techron pouring it into trucks. It's all computer controlled. This is also why the chart goes to 10 or 11,000 gallons. That's a station tank size. This is concentrated material. You CANNOT buy this in a store. The word CONCENTRATE can mean many things. Concentrated compared to what? Warning: Do NOT TRY TO DO THIS AT HOME! I know a guy that blew a Northstar engine doing just that.
So is this the same Techron you buy off the shelf, or is it a more concentrated solution? Is this to reach EPA minimum or is this the blend rate for Chevron top tier fuel?