Initial fuel composition and quality at the time of treatment, as well as storage conditions, age, engine design and tune, and other factors, all affect combustion. Your results may vary.
An underground diesel tank is cleaned using SOLTRON® to break down and disperse the sludge. Images courtesy of Advanced Fuel Services: Morrow Bay, CA 2017
All throughout the fuel delivery and storage infrastructure, water and other contaminants enter the fuel through venting systems. These contaminants cause rapid deterioration of the fuel, leading to fuel filters plugging rapidly, as well as improper combustion. High Efficiency Tier 4 fuel filters are especially susceptible to plugging from small particles, including gums.
Fuel contamination can also cause severe corrosion of the metallic components in the fuel tank, as well as compromise the structural integrity of steel-walled tanks. During fuel motion, SOLTRON® disperses water as very small, harmless drops, drying out the fuel as it is consumed. Sludge and other particulates are also broken down and dispersed, cleaning the fuel tank.
Before SOLTRON® After SOLTRON® and filtration
SOLTRON® breaks down stubborn fuel/water emulsions and enhances on-board and external fuel filtration systems, allowing for the safe removal of fuel contaminants that harm engine performance.
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