HOW RELIABLE IS YOUR STORED DIESEL?
Because many people assume they’re buying quality fuel that meets the required specifications, the cleanliness of diesel fuel is seldom questioned.
That has changed, and with the cleanliness requirements mandated by the Tier 4 injection systems it is now time to ask “How clean does my fuel need to be?”. From the 2µm tolerances in the 30,000 psi injection systems to comply with the warranty requirements of the injector manufacturers, this question, in reality, became the new benchmark.
THE GAME HAS CHANGED!
Mission Critical Infrastructures have to understand how today fuel, fuel systems and new maintenance requirements are. Ten years ago a diesel engine did not require anything close to the level of maintenance provided by EVERGEE. With poor quality diesel, the engine would still run, maybe not efficiently, but it would run.
But with today’s engines, both the particulate and the coalescing maintenance, as well as the chemical treatment, must be of only the highest quality for the feeding lines and storage tanks.
Be assured the results of poor fuel are no longer just black smoke and a lack of horsepower. Poor Quality of Stored Diesel with Tier 4 Engines will likely mean;
LOST REVENUE DUE TO DOWNTIME!