Filtration & Diesel Fuel Condition Monitoring – Solutions Ensuring Clean, Dry Fuel
Diesel and Biodiesel fuels may leave a refinery clean, but fuel quality can vary at the time it is dispensed due to contamination accumulated during transport and storage.
Operators and engine manufacturers report that the majority of engine issues are due to dirt and/or water in the fuel.
As diesel engines adopt more efficient High-Pressure Common Rail (HPCR) systems, demands for removal of abrasive particles smaller than 6 microns are rapidly becoming a standard. Clean diesel fuel plays an important role in reducing maintenance and overall operating cost.
To learn more about ensuring you have clean and dry diesel fuel, please find enclosed the latest Technews from ISADRAULICS.