How Our FilterFlush Process Works...
Whether it is a fuel tank to supply your fleet or your building’s emergency generator your fuel needs to be free of contamination.
Our fuel and tank maintenance program can help your facility stay at the top of its productivity and in compliance.
Talk to a specialist to schedule a FREE fuel sampling and evaluation and get a free estimate to clean your fuel and tank.
STEP 1: EVALUATE THE FUEL SAMPLE
A sample is taken from the bottom of the tank to determine the amount of free water, microbial contamination and fuel oxidation. Any free water is removed and microbial sludges and slimes are removed in the steps that follow. You will be able to see the extent of contamination with your own eyes.
STEP 2: DUAL HOSES
Dual hoses are inserted into the tank to rest on the bottom of the tank.
STEP 3: FUEL IS DRAWN UP
Fuel is drawn up through the suction hose and passes through our Multi-Stage, Environmentally Efficient Filtration Process, capturing contaminates while separating water from your fuel.
STEP 4: THIS FILTERED, CLEAN FUEL IS THEN RETURNED TO THE TANK THROUGH THE PRESSURIZED RETURN HOSE.
The high pressure causes the fuel to aggressively agitate throughout the tank. This loosens debris clinging to the tank wall and stirs up the other contaminants which are immediately vacuumed through the suction hose for complete filtration.
STEP 5: FUEL ADDITIVES
Fuel additives are blended into the fuel during the process in order to restore broken down lubricity and boost cetane levels.
STEP 6: ANTIMICROBIOCIDES
STEP 6: Antimicrobiocides are simultaneously added and circulated to eliminate any remaining microbes, and prevent immediate re-colonization of hydrocarbon utilizing bacteria and algae.
STEP 7: REPEAT
This simultaneous agitation and filtering process repeats itself several times until the fuel is free of contaminants.