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How To Remove Water In Fuel Tank
Although a fuel tank can be removed and completely cleaned
manually, it's a dirty and time consuming job involving a lot of
downtime for your boat or other mechanical device, and not one that an
onsite engineer enjoys doing.
A simpler way to remove water from a fuel tank is employ the call out service of DBR.
Diesel bug (which thrives at the interface of water and diesel), rust deposits, sludge
water and any other debris from your red diesel fuel tank is removed
using the latest technology, developed as a response to the problem
that emerged from the new EEC sulphur reduction legislation.
The equipment removes water by sucking up the fuel, passing through
micron filters and then pumping it back into the tank causing the mix
to stir up and include the water in suspension by agitation.
This process is constantly repeated as a cycle until the fuel being
returned shows clear or until a sufficient amount of time has passed
to ensure enough complete cycles of all the fuel in the tank. The
contents of the tank is filtered more than once in order to ensure
The manufacturers of the equipment quote a polished fuel state 99%
pure diesel when the process is finished. Watch the video to get an
idea of the process in action.
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