A quick search on the web reveals lots of companies who will test your stored diesel fuel, or clean it or sell you a polishing unit. But we know that your goal is simple: reliable power. You want somebody else to handle fuel conditioning so your time is free for your real job. That somebody is IPU.
IPU’s four-part Fuel Conditioning Program presents the simplest and most economical route to clean, dry, reliable fuel. It includes:
The beauty of a Fuel Conditioning Program is its Amazon-inspired simplicity. One company handles everything to do with maintaining your fuel quality and tackling fuel contamination. It’s is the ‘sort it and bill me’ solution that fits the threat.
Regular testing alerts you to problems introduced by contaminated deliveries or tank breaches. Like most issues, early detection is key to treating fuel contamination before it becomes serious. IPU offers regular testing as a part of a Fuel Conditioning Program. We can also offer a single DieselCheck Fuel Test by an IPU expert and training for your staff to conduct self-tests.
Cleaning is an essential part any diesel fuel conditioning program. Just as you wouldn’t wax a dirty car, we don’t polish dirty fuel. IPU’s ClearTank service cleans your stored fuel without requiring a diesel uplift, without requiring man-entry into your tanks and without losing half your stored fuel in the process. It removes water, solid particulate and microbial contamination. It’s discrete, economical and effective.
The adoption of biodiesel is 2011 means clean fuel does not stay clean. Biodiesel attracts water and water encourages microbial growth (aka the diesel bug). IPU’s Diesel Defence on-tank and mobile polishing units keep fuel clean, dry and ready to power your critical applications.
IPU’s cleaning and polishing systems ensure that your fuel exceeds the standards set by EN 590 (for water contamination) and ISO 4406 (for particulate contamination). But they don’t remove all water; that’s impossible. Water is one of the component parts of biodiesel. IPU’s ADV Regulator neutralises the tiny molecules of water and contaminants that are too small for polishing units.
It’s a question we’ve heard time and time again. It used to be fine to store diesel for 20 years and it worked perfectly. But since 2011, diesel became a blend of petrochemical diesel and FAME, a biological element that reduces the environmental damage caused by burning the fuel.
Our short video explains why fuel becomes contaminated and what can happen if the issue is ignored: