Many of us have experienced the effect of contaminated fuel and not been aware of it. The most common experience is at a gas station when you are filling the tank and it seems to take forever to fill. It seems as though the pump is running slow, but usually it is due to the dispenser filter being clogged with rust and particles which restrict fuel flow. As fuel specialists we have spent years researching the cause of contamination and the best techniques to solve these problems.

We found that some companies just filter the fuel and put it back into a dirty tank while others clean tanks with water or simply use chemical additives hoping that the problem goes away.

These simple treatments are just not enough to solve this complex problem and usually allow more microbes to build up and soon the fuel is quickly re-contaminated.

High volume filtration 200-300 GPM
Filter Water & Particulate Contaminants
Fuel Soluble Biocide

The fact based solution

Clean the tank with a high volume pump and filtration system capable of 200 to 300 gallons per minute (for large tanks). Filter the fuel to remove all of the water and particulate contaminants. Treat the tank with a high strength, fuel soluble biocide to control the potential microbial growth in the tank.

If you have slow flowing pumps, clogged filters, or poor engine performance, these are all potential signs of fuel contamination and should be dealt with immediately to avoid costly repairs or having to shut down your equipment or facility. A situation like this can result in a host of unforeseen costs and damage which can be avoided.

We are dedicated professionals, well trained and experienced; we are attentive to the smallest detail. You can feel confident that we’ll take excellent care of you and your equipment. At FuelCare we have a solid track record of solving customer problems, and making fans in the process.