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Fuel Conditioning News

October 18th, 2018

IPU are delighted to announce that four members of their fuel conditioning team have taken their OFTEC examinations and passed. OFTEC is the industry association that governs the inspection and…

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October 2nd, 2018

We recently came across an article on Maritime Logistics Professional that echoed the same message IPU’s Fuel Conditioning division have been preaching for years: check your emergency fuel…

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parker racor
January 11th, 2018

It can be difficult finding out which Racor product you need to fit your engine. IPU’s Parker Racor product selector takes the hassle and the hard work away. The product selector covers a…

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Wax in Diesel
July 26th, 2017

All modern diesel contains wax because of its high cetane value. However, watch what happens when we put a sample of fuel in cold water...

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July 24th, 2017

IPU Group has acquired the Fuel Conditioning division of Nottingham-based Filtertechnik Ltd. Click here for full details...

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Ask the Experts: worst fuel
July 19th, 2017

We ask one of our fuel experts: “What’s the dirtiest fuel you’ve come across?” Find out the answer here.

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5 ways healthcare organisations can stop wasting money
July 18th, 2017

Over our 25 year history of working with fuel we've seen a number of very common fuel conditioning practises that could actually be completed much more economically. We'll show you how.

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Ask the Experts: is ClearTank disruptive?
July 12th, 2017

We ask one of our fuel experts: “When you’re required to clean fuel is it a big job? Will it be disruptive?” Find out the answer here.

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Ask the Experts: why clean and then polish fuel?
July 5th, 2017

We ask one of our fuel experts: “Why do I need to clean AND then polish my fuel? Wouldn’t the polisher clean it?” Find out the answer here.

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Ask the Experts: fuel contamination voids warranties
June 28th, 2017

We ask one of our fuel experts: “is it a truth or a myth that engine manufacturers void warranties if I use contaminated fuel?” Find out the answer here.

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