ClearTank Rig 120 Mobile Fuel Cleaning Rig

Mobile fuel cleaning rigs protect generators and equipment that operates in contaminated areas. Standby gensets have a low workload. Their day tanks can store fuel for months or even years. Such conditions encourage fuel contamination and threaten the reliability of the genset. The ClearTank Rig 120 is an economical way to tackle contamination in storage tanks up to 30,000 litres. It can be wheeled between locations, keeping smaller fuel stores clean and dry.

The ClearTank Rig 120 is a self-contained unit that only requires connection to an air supply. The use of an air powered displacement pump instead of electrical motor means the ClearTank Rig 120 is suitable for hazardous environments. It’s also designed to be operated by general maintenance staff and does not require specialist knowledge.


Key advantages of the ClearTank Rig 120


Features of the ClearTank Rig 120

Standard Features:

  • Mesh filter to remove solid particulates down to 20 micron
  • Finishing filter
  • Water absorbing filter
  • Fuel sample point
  • Air powered displacement pump (air compressor not supplied)
  • Simple disassembly allows the rig to be relocated. Ideal for storage tanks with limited access or for transportation inside a vehicle.
  • Mounting skid

Optional Features:

  • 1, 5, 10 or 25 micron filters available


Specifications of the ClearTank Rig 120

Flow rate 197 litres per minute
Suction lift 4.5 metres
System pressure Nominal Working Pressure – 4.3 bar
Maximum Working Pressure – 8.3 bar
Particulate filter 20 micron
Finishing filter 1, 5, 10 or 25 micron
Water Water absorption filters are available
Environmental & Physical
Noise Under normal working conditions the noise level does not exceed 80.6dB(A) at a distance of 1 meter from the unit.
Weight 130 kg
Dimensions H:920mm, W:960mm, D:1,250mm
Input/output connection 1” Camlock Male / 1” Camlock Male
Drain port connection ½” Camlock Male
Sample port connection ¼” Hosetail
Airline connection ¼” Hosetail
Ambient operating temperature 5-50°C
Permitted Use
Diesel fuel viscosity 2 to 5.35 centistokes @ 37.8°C
Minimum flash point (Pensky-Martens) 55°C