Fuel is often overlooked during generator maintenance inspections and, if contaminated, can result in costly repairs, downtime and unnecessary oil changes. It can even leave you in the dark during a mains failure.
If your fuel has been standing for six months or more, or you’ve noticed running problems, it could be contaminated. Just a small sample will reveal any impurities or potential problems.
In cases of contamination, a specialist filtration procedure known as fuel polishing is recommended. As fuel passes through the system, it is neutralised and cleaned, with bacteria, sludge, contaminates and 99.8% of free water removed in a single pass. The fuel is returned to your tank, ready for use or standby emergency.
Our trained engineers can carry out the procedure on-site using our mobile filtration system, or we can install a fuel polishing system at your premises, enabling you to polish fuel at regular intervals. As well as fuel polishing, we can also carry out fuel tank services and surveys.