Diesel Fuel Filtration Specialists

​Diesel ​Fuel Supply & Filtering

Fuel is stored for back-up power and for emergency use. If your company depends on a reserve of stored fuel or has large quantities of fuel on hand and in use you may require the services of Diesel Fuel Filtration Specialists. Bacteria, water, dirt and oxidization, are contaminating your fuel and tanks. These things are invading your fuel storage facilities.

Problems, which will develop, are:

  1. WATER - creates oxidization or rust, which will cause a reaction and chemical changes in your fuel will occur causing the formation of resins, gums and acidic sediments.
  2. MICROBES – The scientific names for the most common types of organisms that live in petroleum products are Cladosporium resinae and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The organisms are either air or water borne and contaminate fuel systems by entering through vents, standing water in sump bottoms, dissolved free water or trash incurred during the transportation or delivery of the fuel.
  3. DEGRADATION OF FUEL – water and microbes together create acidic sludge which plug filters, sharp bends in fuel lines, and other restrictive areas. Corrosion due to acidic by-products causes pitting of tanks and if passing the filter causes damage to fuel pumps and injectors. Either way the fuel conditions become unstable and unreliable for the user. By the time you can see the problem much of the damage has been done.


Q. I have water in my tank and fuel, can it be removed?

A. Yes, DFFS will remove the water and separate it from the fuel and remove it from the tank. While this process is underway the cleaned fuel will be returned to the tank. The water may then be treated as oily water and disposed of in accordance with the applicable regulatory standards.

Q. Debris, sludge, rust, or sediment in my fuel is causing my filters to plug up, can it be removed?

A. Yes, the 3 stage DFFS filter system will remove contaminates from the fuel and tank. Disposing of the oily water and meet the regulatory standards of disposal.

Q. I have bacteria and sediment in the fuel and tank; will they get rid of it?

A. Yes, DFFS filtering process and final step in the fuel polishing shall take place. This will remove the bacteria and fungal growth from the fuel by filtering the fuel through a series of 3 1 micron filters and water separator. Finally, the last stage is set, at the time of refilling a fuel catalyst shall be added to help stabilize the fuel and kill any existing bacteria on walls and hard to reach locations inside the tank.

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