Cleaning And Purification Of Fuel

Clean Fuels has tested a number of chemical additives and identified two specific chemicals that contribute significantly to fuel cleaning and purification that are particularly effective when used in combination with our filtering process. Warning: Using some chemicals without filtration has a potential for causing even more problems in your tank and equipment. Please consult fuel professionals before introducing chemicals into your tank on your own.

The first chemical is a biocide used in diesel and heating oil that immediately kills and coagulates both types of bacteria present in your tanks. Use of the biocide immediately prior to filtration ensures that the coagulated residue is removed from the tank and not left to clog up injectors, nozzles and filters.

The second chemical is a Fuel Stabilizer that is perfect for fuel in back up generator tanks to restore the diesel fuel to its optimum performance levels. Lubricity puts back the lubrication lost by elimination of the sulfur. This highly concentrated diesel fuel treatment provides a wide range of benefits by:

  • Cleaning injectors and improving fuel consumption
  • Reducing oxidation, controlling bacteria and dispensing water
  • Cleaning pre-combustion deposits from your fuel system and removing carbon deposits in combustion areas
  • Improving emissions and preventing the formation of harmful acid build-up
  • Extending the life of your fuel storage tanks while producing a premium grade diesel fuel
  • It improves cetin levels, help prevent rotary and piston fuel pump wear, reduce pintle scoring.
  • It exceeds ASTM and engine manufacturers most recent recommended lubricity standards for ultra low sulfur diesel when properly administered.Ideal for lubricating blended fuels, and helps prevent fuel icing. Generator manufacturers have introduced new engine standards for equipment built since 2006 to allow the use of ULSD with reduced risk of damage to fuel lubricated components such as injectors and fuel pumps. Generators built prior to 2006 are AT RISK unless lubricating additives are used regularly after the introduction of ULSD.