Sooting, fouling, clinkering and other combustion deposits are common fireside occurrences in boilers and thermic fluid heaters. The adhesive properties of un-burnt carbon results in the formation of incombustible solids on the heat transfer surfaces, resulting in poor heat transfer, reduced overall boiler efficiency, and increase in fuel consumption.

'Fuel additives and fireside chemicals are a formulation of combustion catalysts, dispersants, oxidising agents, propellants and oxidisers in balanced quantities that helps in ensuring proper combustion, reduction in clinker formation, increase in heat transfer and reduction in corrosion.