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FPS SX-F - Fuel Polishing System with Primary & Secondary Filtration - 150 GPH
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FPS Controller Upgrade to TSC-7000 Controller
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TSC-MPAC Alternation Controller - Multi-Point Valve Controller & Software
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Multi-Point Flowpath - Valve Set - includes 2 Solenoid Controlled Valves and one Foot Valve
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FT-100 Liqui-Cult Fuel Test Kit - Box of 10 bottles
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FT-200KK Kolor Kut Water Finding Paste (3-oz tube)
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WE-12 Water Eliminator - one per package, 12" unit
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Replacement Filters Elements
01010 - 10 Micron Filter for Separ 2000/10
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01030 - 30Micron Filter for Separ 2000/10
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01060S - 60 Micron Cleanable Stainless Steel Filter for Separ 2000/10
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10362 Separ 2000/10 Lid Gasket
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10361 Bowl Gasket for Separ 2000/10
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Replacement Filters Elements
WB-3 - Fine Filter plus Water Block Spin-On Filter - 3 micron
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WB-10 - Fine Filter plus Water Block Spin-On Filter - 10 Micron
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FF-1 - Fine Filter Spin-On Filter (Bio Diesel Compatible) - 1 Micron
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FF-3 - Fine Filter Spin-On Filter - 3 micron
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FFZ-3 - Fine Filter Spin-On "X-Glass" - 3-Micron Absolute
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FF-10 - Fine Filter Spin-On Filter - 10 micron
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FF-25 - Fine Filter Spin-On Filter - 25 micron
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FW-10 - Filter Pliers for Changing Spin-on Filters
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FF-BP - By-pass Spin-on Filter - Void Canister with No Media
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AXI (formerly ALGAE-X®) SMART Fuel Polishing Systems (FPS) are programmable, fully automated Fuel Maintenance Systems that remove water, sludge and contaminants wherever fuel is stored or used. Adding a SMART FPS System that meets your requirement and needs will remove particulate, separate water, and condition fuel. This fuel polishing process conditions and stabilizes diesel and bio-fuels, eliminates microbial contamination, and ensures fuel remains clean and dry. These compact fuel maintenance systems are specifically designed for permanent installations indoors, as well as confined spaces, such as inside gen-set enclosures or engine rooms. SMART FPS Systems keep your tanks clean and your fuel in "Clear & Bright" pristine condition at all times providing maximum efficiency and minimal emissions. AXI’s LG-X Fuel Conditioner, included on every FPS System, reverses fuel deterioration and removes sedimentation to sub micron levels, preventing clogged filters, extending injection system service life, and reducing smoke, emissions and downtime.
All FPS Systems feature:
SMART Filtration Controllers
Fully Automated & Programmable Operation
Integration with Equipment Monitoring Systems
Modular "Plug & Play" Flexibility
Unique Safety and Alarm Features
Continuous-Duty Pumps, Viton Seals
Leak Detection with Emergency Shut-Down
An FPS Series Fuel Polishing System is the central component of a Fuel Management Plan. Establishing a fuel management and maintenance protocol should include removal of accumulated water, periodic fuel circulation for particulate filtration and polishing of the fuel, and treatment with a Diesel Fuel Catalyst made to work hand-in-glove with the Fuel Polishing System to clean the fuel tank without removing the fuel, assuring that the lights stay on when the power goes off.
The Smart FPS SX Series Tank Cleaning and Fuel Treatment Systems is available in three configurations: The SX, SX-F, and SX-R Fuel Polishing Systems. The FPS SX Systems are our smallest systems, from a flow capacity standpoint, that are AC powered. All three systems will circulate fuel at a flow rate of 150 Gallons per Hour, resulting in their ideal capability for the treatment of fuel tanks with a capacity of between 500 to 2,000 gallons (1,900 to 7,500 liters).
The FPS SX gives you the flexibility to have a system that runs for a fixed time period and then automatically shuts off. The FPS SX also will automatically shut down when high vacuum or high pressure is sensed in the system, possibly indicating a clogged primary filter or that the bowl requires attention due to a critical accumulation of water, or that a secondary filter element is in need of changing. The FPS SX also has a sensor that would automatically shut off the system if the system, operating while unattended, senses that there is a leak that accumulates fuel in the spill tray to the extent that the float valve will shut down the system down.
The FPS SX Series Tank Cleaning and Fuel Treatment Systems are efficient and capable Fuel Polishing Systems well suited for use on marine vessels with multiple fuel tanks when equipped with a manual manifold for switching the fuel treatment process between the various tanks, for emergency or backup power applications, maintaining farm fuel supplies or other facilities that may use diesel fuel for both emergency power and to fuel equipment used in the enterprises day-to-day operations.
The FPS-SX Series Systems operate on either 110V 60Hz 15A or 230V 50Hz 15A power. This gives you the flexibility to operate the unit in a repair shop environment where truck or other diesel power equipment is serviced and fuel polishing and tank cleaning is added to the services provided.
The principal components are a continuous-duty pump featuring Viton seals, a Separ SWK 2000/18 primary filter/water separator, with vacuum sensor and gauge (the FPS-SX and SX-F), or alternatively the Racor Turbine MA1000 Fuel Filter/Water Separator with vacuum sensor and gauge (the FPS-SX-R), for monitoring filter element changes, with water sensors for monitoring water in the bowl, a secondary spin-on filter utilizing either various fine particulate removal or water block filter elements, and an AXI Fuel Conditioner.
The fuel flow continues to the AXI Fuel Conditioner. Operating on the principal of induction on the process of combining kinetic and magnetic energy to influence the behavior of electrons, the AXI Fuel Conditioner provides a powerful magnetic field and the flow of fuel provides the kinetic energy.
As fuel deteriorates, clusters of fuel components break down and residue begins to accumulate, resulting in dark, hazy fuel with poor combustibility. The increase in size and mass of the fuel breakdown products lead to clogged filters and the build up of tank sludge. The AXI Fuel Conditioner dissolves the clusters, stabilizes the fuel, and eliminates tank sludge. The results are Clear & Bright Fuel, improved filterability, optimal combustion and clean fuel systems. The process of how the AXI Fuel Conditioner makes clear, bright and more combustible fuel as well as restoring degraded fuel and eliminating the effects of microbial contamination is compelling. As the AXI Fuel Conditioner does not filter the fuel, but treats it as it passes through the unit, there is seldom any reason to suspect that a restriction is in the AXI Fuel Conditioner. But you can remove the face plate, remove the magnet and wipe it off with a shop rag and replace the filter and face plate. A spare parts kit for the AXI Fuel Conditioner includes a new face panel O-Ring and replacement screws to fasten the face plate.
The FPS FX System utilizes a Separ SWK 2000/10 Fuel Filter / Water Separator that incorporates an effective five stage system for the separation of water and particulates from the fuel. Both water and particulate matter can result in high levels of wear for fuel pumps and injectors, resulting in reduced reliability and expensive engine repairs:
The following is the five stage fuel system of the Separ 2000/10 Fuel Filter/Water Separator:
Stage 1: From the inlet port, fuel flows through the interior vane system which imparts a circular motion to the fuel.
Stage 2: Still in circular motion fuel reaches the bowl section where, due to this centrifugal motion water droplets and heavier particles are forced to the wall of the bowl eventually settling in the bottom of the bowl.
Stage 3: In this stage the fuel has to pass the vane system positioned on the "outside" of the central housing. Due to differing length of the vanes and the twofold rapid change of fuel flow direction, smaller water droplets and finer particles will settle on the vanes. These settlements will agglomerate and when heavy enough fall to the bottom of the bowl. Already at this point the major portion of any contaminates in the fuel have been separated.
Stage 4: Just below the filter element the flow area of the filter is increased significantly thus reducing the fuel flow rate. This calming effect allows even smaller water droplets and particulate to fall out settling on the inner surfaces of the housing forming larger droplets which eventually fall into the bottom of the bowl by gravity. Due to the before described pre-separation process the major portion of water and particulate present in the fuel will be in the bowl or on the inner surfaces of the filter thus greatly extending the filter element life.
Stage 5: The final filtration of the remaining water and particulates still contained in the fuel will be effected by a replaceable filter element. These filter elements are produced from a special filter media and are available in different pore sizes. The clean fuel leaves the filter via one of the two outlet ports.
A Vacuum Gauge is provided on the top lid of the Separ Fuel Filter/Water Separator to allow for visual monitoring of Vacuum. When the Vacuum reading increases, indicating that the replaceable filter element has reached its capacity for holding particulate material, you know the filter needs changing. No more guessing or changing the filter too soon.
The FPS SX-R System utilizes a Racor Turbine MA1000 Fuel Filter/Water Separator providing 180 GPH fuel flow utilizing a three stage process:
Stage 1: Separation - As fuel enters the assembly, it moves through the centrifuge and spins off large solids and water droplets which are heavier than fuel and fall to the bottom of the collector bowl.
Stage 2: Coalescing - Small water droplets bead-up on the surface of the conical baffle and cartridge element. When heavy enough they too fall to the bottom of the collector bowl.
Stage 3: Filtration - Proprietary Aquabloc II cartridge elements repeal water and remove contaminants from fuel down to 2 micron. Aqua bloc II cartridge elements are waterproof and effective longer than water absorbing elements.
Only the FPS SX-F incorporates a spin on filter element as a Secondary Filter.
The FPS SX-F Secondary Filter is a spin-on filter for fine filtration down to 1 micron. The filter housing includes a gauge that reads the back pressure and, when the back pressure increases indicating that the flow of fuel is being restricted by the accumulation of particulates or other debris on the filter element inside the spin-on filter, it is time to change the filter. This assures that you are not leaving a filter on too long, compromising the filtration process, or changing the filter too soon and not receiving all the value for the filter and increasing your operating costs.
For most applications where fuel is stored for future use, a circulation system that consistently maintains water-free fuel storage and fuel filtered to a particulate level of 10 microns is acceptable. AXI offers seven different filters for the FPS SX-F. The fine filter spin-on filter elements are rated at 1, 3, 10, 25 and a 3 micron filter that is an X-Glass element. Also offered are 3 and 10 micron Water Block Filter elements. (see pricing at the links in the table to the left under "Replacement Filter Elements for the FPS SX-F System".
The 3 micron Water Block filter is usually the preferred filter for ongoing preventative maintenance, using a 10 or 30 micron filter in the Primary Fuel Filter / Water Separator. The WB3 filter element will remove free water and emulsified water from the fuel stream along with the removal of particulates. Most engine manufacturers want the fuel entering their engine to be filtered at 4 microns, removing particulates and organic debris from the fuel preventing these contaminants from causing problems with the tolerances of fuel injector systems. Although modern engines have a factory-provided filter, usually in the 4 micron range, supplying fuel to the filter that already meets these requirements will extend the life of the factory filter and also assure the fuel is in optimal condition for use in these highly developed injector systems.
A Vacuum Gauge is provided on the top lid of the Secondary Filter housing to allow for visual monitoring of Vacuum. When the Vacuum reading increases, indicating that the replaceable filter element has reached its capacity for holding particulate material, you know the filter needs changing. No more guessing or changing the filter too soon.
The FPS SX, SX-F, and SX-R Systems utilize the SFC-50 Programmable UL508A Automatic Controller. This controller system monitors the performance of all components in the FPS system, is fully automated, and features programmable operation and digital text readout. The Controller’s functionality includes a Building Maintenance System/Building Automation System (BMS/BAS) interface. The system gives the operator an instant visual status report of system power, pump operations, and alerts for high vacuum and high water levels. A selector switch allows the option of manual operation or running the fully automated program.
The controller’s alarm functions and pump shut-down are triggered if filter elements require service, if high pump vacuum or pressure occurs, if system flow rate varies or if there is water in the separator. The wiring harness with plugs allows for easy connection of the SMART Filtration Controller with the FPS and allows for greater flexibility in installation of the controller apart from the FPS System for ease of access where it’s most convenient. The controller can also be used with an optional remote pendant power control switch and an alarm strobe light for high visibility when in an alert condition.
The Multi-Point Flow Path Package is an add-on option to the AXI FPS SX-F Fuel Polishing and Fuel Maintenance Systems that are installed on sub-base rectangular steel tanks typical of diesel fuel powered generator installations configured with the generator mounted on top of the fuel tank. These types of "Belly Tanks" are constructed with double walls, an area for spill containment, and have internal supports at the mounting points where the generator is connected to the tank. These internal supports often act as fuel baffles within the tank, creating compartments with holes in the baffles that allow the diesel fuel to flow between the compartments. The base tank could hold as little as 400 gallons or as much as 4,000 gallons and can measure up to 20 feet long, 6 feet wide and 5 feet high.
The Multi-Point Flow Path System provides a means of ensuring optimal fuel quality for restrictive tanks containing multiple internal obstructions. Structural baffles and internal configurations can present issues for fuel path travel, leaving areas susceptible to water, sediment, and bio-accumulation. By adding multiple suction and discharge points within the tank, new flow paths are created that can push out sludge, particulate, and other forms of contamination from hard to reach sections of the tank. This process, unique to AXI, is the most effective way to ensure optimal fuel quality for fuel tanks constructed with baffles. Installation of the Multi-Point Flow Path Package includes upgrading the System Controller to the TSC-7000 Touch Screen Controller that includes Touch Screen and other advanced functionality. Visit the Multi-Point Flow Path System page for additional information.
If a tank has a straight-line access to the bottom of the fuel tank from the fuel fill hole or through another inspection port, a length of PVC or similar material pipe, 1/2 inch in diameter, can be used like a soda straw to sample what is in the bottom of a tank. Cut the pipe to length to allow insertion of the pipe to the bottom of the tank while allowing your thumb to cover the exposed end of the pipe. With your thumb over the end, insert the pipe to the bottom of the tank, remove your thumb so what is at the very bottom will rush into the tube to the level of fuel in the tank. Again place your thumb over the end of the pipe and extract the pipe, maintaining the liquid and other materials inside the tube. Place an empty clear plastic 2 liter soft drink bottle upright in the bottom of a empty 5-gallon bucket. Direct the end of the tube into the drink bottle (any spilled liquid will be caught inside the five gallon bucket). Perform this action several times. Allow the contents of the bottle to settle (ideally overnight) and inspect the materials in the bottom of the drink bottle. Any debris or water should be apparent.
If your tank is larger and using a tube to recover fuel, water or other debris from the bottom of the tank is not possible, you can use a Tank Sample (TS) Fluid Sampler. You can take 4 oz., 8 oz, or 16 oz. samples using the AXI Tank Sampler or you can use a hand-held Sample Pump (at bottom of the AXI Tank Sampler page) to remove a sample, as described on the Tank Sampler page.
FPS Fuel Polishing and Tank Cleaning Systems are well suited to the task of maintaining fuel in its optimal condition and the removal of sludge, water, debris and organic growth from fuel tanks in primary power and secondary/backup power applications. The common power generator unit is typically located within a metal enclosure and positioned atop a rectangular steel structure that acts as the fuel tank. Due to the weight of the generator, diesel engine and numerous control components, the base or belly tank contains internal structural bracing that supports the weight but allows fuel to move between the internal compartments. These structural supports within the fuel tank often have only small holes between the internal compartments allowing the fuel to move between the compartments. While this works for supplying fuel, this presents considerable problems when the need arises to remove accumulated fuel tank sludge, water, debris, and organic material that accumulates over time in the tank bottom and on the sides of the tank and on the internal supports.
AXI offers a Multi-Point Flow Path System that interacts with the FPS Fuel Polishing and Tank Cleaning System utilizing a multiple solenoid valve system that involves installation of one suction and one discharge valve into each compartment, and through a separate Multi-point Alternation Controller can randomly cycle through the array of valves to treat the fuel in each compartment.
An upgrade from the standard FPS Controller to the TSC-7000 LED Touch Screen Controller is necessary as well as the incorporation of the TSC-MPAC Alternation Controller to control the valve system. The TSC-MPAC can control up to 16 Suction Valves and 16 Discharge Valves.
Visit the Multi-Point Tank Cleaning page for more detailed explanation
It is recommended that diesel fuel be treated with the AXI Fuel Catalyst AFC-705 (for pre-2007 engines) or AFC-710 (Tier 4 compliant) Diesel Fuel Catalyst prior to the initial tank cleaning and at least every six months thereafter to assure the fuel tank remains clean and the fuel is stabilized. This will enhance and accelerate the tank cleaning process by breaking down and dissolving existing tank sludge. Always check the fuel tank for an accumulation of water in the bottom of the tank. Using a rod, sometimes used to measure fuel in a storage tank, or a length of PVC pipe, spread a line of Kolor Kut Water Finding Paste on the side of the rod or pipe and insert to the bottom of the tank. If the paste touches water, it will change colors, showing how much water is in the tank requiring removal.
Pump accumulated water out of the tank for proper disposal. It is often the case that all of the water is impossible to remove. AFC-705 contains a surfactant that will emulsify the residual water up into the fuel for removal by a Water Block Filter on the AXI Fuel Polishing System AFC-710 does not include this surfactant component). Depending on the condition of the fuel and the amount of sludge build-up, it is recommended to initially use a double dose of one to twenty-five hundred (1:2500 - one oz. to 20 gallons of fuel) and circulate the capacity of the tank five times. Always treat the tank when the tank is full of fuel. If you perform a treatment with a half tank of fuel, you will only be cleaning the bottom half of the tank. The use of AXI Fuel Catalyst has proven to be essential in accelerating the tank cleaning process. AFC-705 and 710 contains detergent, dispersant, corrosion inhibitor, lubricity enhancer and combustion catalyst. AXI Additives do not contain biocides.
For engines manufactured in 2007 and later, use AFC-710, available in both liquid and powdered form. AFC-710 does not contain the surfactant (used to emulsify residual water into the fuel for removal in the circulation process as does AFC-705), a component that does not allow for qualification as a Tier 4 product. AFC-705 and AFC-710 should always be used periodically in particular to stabilize fuel that is stored for longer periods of time.
After the initial cleaning, the AFC-705 or AFC-710 in the fuel will continue to stabilize the fuel for six months or more. Every six months, or more often if the region in which you reside is a humid climate, treat the fuel again and circulate the capacity of the tank three times. In applications where fuel from a treated tank is distributed to other equipment, the additive will also clean the downstream tanks and continue to stabilize the fuel.
For cold weather operations, AXI Fuel Catalyst AFC-805 is a unique and powerful anti-gelling broad-spectrum fuel additive specifically formulated for use in Diesel, Bio-fuels, Gasoline, Kerosene, and HFO. AFC-805 should be used as part of any preventative fuel maintenance program, and is ideal for use in bulk storage fuel tanks in cold weather environments. AFC-805 enhances the breakdown and removal of sludge, slime, and bio-fouling from tank walls and baffles that are difficult to access.
AFC-805 effectively decontaminates and cleans an engine’s entire fuel and injection system. It continues to work in storage tanks cleaning and stabilizing fuel for up to 12 months with a single dose. AFC-805 is ideally used for cold weather applications where there is long term fuel storage, such as bulk fuel farms, winterized recreational and work boats, and also smaller engines. AFC-805 is recommended at a ratio of 1:5000 (one oz of AFC-805 to 40 gallons of fuel)
The fuel you depend on should always be in optimal condition. Periodic circulation of fuel assures optimal combustibility and fuel cleanliness. All major diesel engine manufacturers have set minimum fuel standards for the diesel fuel to be used in their engines, and failing to maintain fuel that meets those standards could lead to engine component failures and denied warranty claims. As an example, Caterpillar has published "Cat Commercial Diesel Engine Fluids Recommendations" (SEBU6251-17 September 2014 [a more recent version may be available]) that states "In order to meet expected fuel system component life, 4 micron(c) absolute or less secondary fuel filtration is required for all Cat diesel engines that are equipped with common-rail fuel systems." (Page 34) You should not assume that fuel being delivered to you meets the engine manufacturer’s requirements, and certainly fuel that has been in your storage tank for an extended period of time is unlikely to meet requirements of diesel engine manufacturers without a Fuel Management Program.
Cleanliness standards for diesel fuel, established in the late 1990’s by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), apply to diesel fuel. Caterpillar recommends that the fuel dispensed into the machine tank meets "ISO 18/16/13" cleanliness level." (Page 49) For more information on fuel cleanliness specifications and what those requirements mean to you, review the "Diesel Fuel & Injector Failure" web page on this site.
Continued vigilance to assure that your fuel is in the best condition possible and always meets the requirements to maintain engine manufacturer's warranty requirements is a major challenge without the use of an AXI Fuel Conditioning & Tank Cleaning System to address the need for periodic Fuel Polishing.
A Fuel Maintenance Plan should be a part of every periodic engine Preventative Maintenance Program. Preventative Maintenance Programs are common in all major industries today, but monitoring the fuel condition is often taken for granted and not included in the Preventative Maintenance Program. Many of today's maintenance personnel have many years of experience, but until changes in sulfur content in diesel fuel were regulated within the past decade, and with the government’s push for blending some amount of bio-diesel into regular diesel fuel, maintenance professionals were never presented with the problems that we are experiencing today. With today’s advances in design and engineering of diesel engines, especially the new fuel injection systems, and with more emphasis being placed on critical requirements that equipment have longer life cycles and near 100% uptime, fuel management can no longer be ignored. It is now just as important as changing the oil, ensuring the batteries are charged, and the air filter is clean.
Service Agreements with an outside contract company to perform Preventative Maintenance typically do not cover fuel-related management and monitoring unless specified. In-house maintenance personnel are usually pressed for time, and fuel management can be easily glossed over. Fuel has a limited shelf-life and even "fresh fuel" could contain water, sediment, microbes, asphaltene agglomeration, or other contaminate components upon delivery and cause immediate engine performance issues.
Emergency power installations are especially susceptible to unexpected interruptions due to fuel related issues. Periodic generator tests-runs are too short to determine if fuel quality is adequate for the demands of continuous, full-load operation. In fact, generator test runs have been found to significantly accelerate the fuel polymerization and degradation process, resulting in the accumulation of gums and resins in the fuel system, by returning fuel that has been compromised by heat and pressure back to the tank. Thirty minute tests, often performed every month, create the environment in the tank for problems to grow. After extended periods of testing, sometimes years, without having been subjected to an extended full load, operation is interrupted by clogged filters when the lights go out.
Now that you have decided to institute a Fuel Management Plan for your operations, there is work to do. Consider the following as the basis for your Fuel Management Program to further assure that your equipment will run when it is needed most at it’s peak level of performance and repair costs will remain under control:
Place in service an AXI Fuel Treatment & Tank Cleaning System appropriate to your operations that are capable of performing a complete tank cleaning and fuel conditioning on each fuel tank in service at least once per year (more often in regions of high humidity). Evaluate what other aspects of fuel monitoring and testing is needed to assure that critical equipment needs, including down-stream equipment, may need to be included in your Fuel Management Plan.
Use AXI Broad Spectrum Fuel Catalyst Ultra Concentrate AFC-705 or AFC-710 every six months to enhance the breakdown and removal of sludge, slime, gums, resin, and bio-film from tank walls and baffles that are difficult to access and normal fluid flow does not break loose. Having this unique fuel additive present when fueling downstream equipment also assures that these downstream tanks are being cleaned in the normal course of operations (although separate water removal will be necessary).
Periodically (every 30 to 60 days, depending on your climate) use a Fluid Sampler or a hand Fuel Sample Pump to take samples of your fuel from each storage tank and critical equipment fuel tanks for in-house testing for acidity (pH) and use Liqui-Cult Fuel Test Kits to perform testing for microbial contamination. If initial tests indicate fuel problems, utilize laboratory analysis to evaluate the condition of your fuel to assure your fuel supplier is providing fuel that meets the specification of the engine manufacturer you depend on to keep your equipment running.
If the quality of your fuel is suspect, consider establishing a quarantine tank to accept new shipments (do not add new shipments of fuel to your stored fuel that has been de-watered and to which you have performed fuel polishing, and is known to meet your Fuel Management protocols).
Use Kolor Kut Water Finding Paste at least every 30 to 60-days to monitor the accumulation of water in your storage and equipment fuel tanks due to condensation or from fuel fills. If any amount of water is detected, take steps to remove it.
Install Desiccant Breathers on all your fuel storage tanks to help prevent moisture from entering your tanks through the vent as fuel is consumed.
Use Water Eliminators in each storage and equipment fuel tank to capture water and remove it before it can cause problems with engine operations or seasonally prevent water from freezing in fuel lines?
With only moderate effort, you can be assured that your diesel fuel will provide optimal performance and enjoy the expected life of your engine’s fuel filters, fuel system components, and your substantial investment in the diesel engine.