World Fuel Services provides an advanced, diesel-fuel additive and tank cleaning program for those long, winter months. Water has always been a problem in diesel fuel. But today’s cleaner-burning fuels have dramatically reduced sulfur content and are more prone to water separation, contamination and are inherently unstable. A proper fuel-polishing formula along with cold flow technologies will keep your fleet moving in sub-zero temperatures by removing water and slime, dispersing fuel contaminants and stabilizing fuel during winter storage. So, if you’ve neglected cleaning or maintaining your fuel tanks, now’s the time to call!
Benefits from WFS’ Tank Cleaning & Additive Program:
-Reduces Maintenance and Filter Costs for Heavy Equipment
-Protects Against Tank Corrosion
-Disperses Diesel Fuel Contaminants
-Effective with Ultra Low Sulfur, Biodiesels and Blends
Visual Fuel Analysis: World Fuel and its suppliers can collect and analyze fuel samples from tank to determine water and particulate content prior to and after the cleaning process. Process will be considered complete when particulates are less than five microns.
• Fuel Polishing and Tank Sweeping: World Fuel and its suppliers will cycle fuel from each tank through our self-contained step-down filtration unit until the fuel meet ASTM 975 and ISO standards. This process is done utilizing a high-volume return of fuel to agitate the tank bottom debris and water to suspend and be filtered out of tank. Restoring a cleaner fuel and tank to meet standards.
• Disposal: water and solids from the fuel and tank polishing process will be containerize and properly disposed of.
• Insurance & Certification: World Fuel and its suppliers have all appropriate environmental coverage and liability coverage to meet all needs. All cleaning and polishing techs are fully trained and certified.
TO RECEIVE INFORMATION ON ADDITIVE & CLEANING PLEASE CONTACT:
GATES L. SCOTT (303) 358.2977 or firstname.lastname@example.org
3/6/2020 01:44:16 pm
It's interesting to read that fuel polishing agitates the tank by flushing any derbies stuck in the bottom and filtering the tank. My cousin was thinking about flushing his boat's fuel tank because he noticed the boat was consuming the fuel faster and blowing dark smoke. I will let him know about this so the can get some products and purify the tank, or take it to a professional as well.
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Gates L. Scott
Gates L. Scott is a Senior Land Executive with Mansfield Service Partners developing new markets and delivery fuel management solutions through the Front Range of Colorado and beyond. A former Certified Flight Instructor and commercial helicopter pilot and aviation enthusiast, he loves anything that flies!