Unlike a car or truck diesel fuel sits in some tanks for years, because it is stored for emergencies not regular use. Consider these numbers. A generator you want 24 hours of run time. At full load you burn 20 gallons per hour so, you need 480 gallons in the tank for every 24 hours… Read more »
No matter how hard you try to keep water out of diesel fuel, there will always be least a little bit of water in it. If it is in your tank in most lily got delivered to you. The key is to keep the amount of water to a minimum. One of the best ways… Read more »
Did you know the waste oil your company is creating could prove to be advantageous to you? Waste oil isn’t actually waste at all. It can be recycled repeatedly and reused for a variety of purposes. As long as you have a reliable waste oil cleaning system, you can remove solids from waste oil, add… Read more »
It is not algae sludge. What is it? Here is one that had a lot of people fooled for a long time. Relatively clear fuel but plugged filters after 2,000 mile in a Class 8 Truck In this case the problem was constant filter plugging with a black colored material. Generally if it is a… Read more »
Diesel Fuel Quality is a Question not a Guarantee Diesel engine designs striving to increase engine performance have made great advancements in engine fuel delivery to the combustion chamber. Today’s diesel engine is quieter, smoother, and more powerful. But today’s diesel engine owners are overlooking one important factor. The quality of today’s diesel fuel has… Read more »
Do you drive a vehicle, operate a boat or maintain a standby generator with a diesel engine in it? If so, it’s extremely important for you to do everything you can to avoid diesel engine failure. There are a few common causes of diesel engine failure that you should try to steer clear of at… Read more »
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