We recommend you watch the video at the
bottom of this page.
The basis of the procedure is not that dissimilar to dialysis, in
that the equipment sucks up the contents of your fuel tank runs it
cyclonically through very fine filters down to 2,10,or 30 microns and
delivers the purified and polished diesel back to your tank. As the
water and other contaminates are collected in the receiver chambers
they are drained off and taken away.
Turbine series filters protect precision engine components from
dirt, rust, algae, asphaltenes, varnishes and especially water, which
is prevalent in engine fuels. They remove contaminants from fuel using
the following legendary three stage process.
Stage 1 - Separation. Your fuel is drawn into the diesel bug
removing equipment and enters a centrifuge which spins off the large
solids and water droplets, which are heavier than the diesel fuel, and
descend to the bottom of the collection bowl.
Stage 2 - Coalescing. Small water droplets bead-up on the
surface of the conical baffle and cartridge filter. When heavy enough
they too fall to the bottom of the collection bowl.
Stage 3 - Filtration. Proprietary Aquabloc II cartridge
filters repel water and remove contaminants down to 2 micron
(nominal). Aquabloc II cartridge filters are waterproof and effective
longer than water absorbing filters.
The process is quick and uncomplicated. You supply the 220v power
point to power up the equipment (or we use our own generator) and create an easy access to your fuel
tank and we will do all the rest. Engineers love this equipment as
cleaning out a dirty fuel tank is not one of their favourite jobs!
One of the major benefits to the end user is the saving on fuel
costs as the equipment returns the polished fuel back into the tank
DBR, Saul Junction Marina, Church Lane, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, GL27JY
Contaminated diesel cleaned of water, microbial
diesel bug, sludge, rust deposits and other debris
Is it time to de-bug your diesel fuel and have it