HOW MUCH WATER IN FUEL IS OK?
Equipment manufacturers specify that ZERO free water must reach the engine.
Zero water is not realistic. All diesel contains some percentage of water. The most important thing is to keep the water below its saturation point so that it stays dissolved rather than entering your equipment as free water.
Saturation points vary from roughly 50 ppm to 1800 ppm based on temperature and on the petro- diesel/biodiesel ratio. When water content reaches the saturation point, the excess water will fall out as free water. Your diesel may hold 90 ppm dissolved water when warm, but only 60 ppm when it cools down due to colder weather. The 30 ppm difference falls out as free water and settles to the bottom of the tank.
Knowing the water content is important and getting rid of it even more so. (To test fuel see our Fuel Products Page)
Here is how you remove 99.5% of the water:
Complete Plug and Play Systems Or
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Follows are complete systems but if you want the key components contact either our East Cost or West Cost offices.
480 Gallons per Hour Fuel Purification
Dieselcraft Model 24/7 Installation on Stored Fuel
8.3 gallons per minute with a 120 volt 1/2 hp Baldor totally enclosed and fan cooled motor
14 GPM Portable Diesel Filter System
- 12 volt DC
- 30 minute duty cycle
- On for 420 Gallons then off for 30 minutes
- Two Stage Filtration
- Removes water and solids
- Includes Manual Fueling Nozzle and two 13 ft Hoses
400 Gallon Per Hour 120 volt
Low Cost Fuel Polishing
Dieselcraft’s FPS-400 is the only low cost, modular system that can be ordered to fit your budget that will remover 99% of the water and large particles in fuel with filter-less technology and then spin-on 10 micron absolute filtration.
The base system consists of a hand truck ready frame holding a Dieselcraft Fuel Purifier, 400 GPH 120 volt pump and 10 micron filter with 20 feet of hose. One can add the hand truck, a magnetic fuel conditioner, a water alarm, digital timer, extra hose or flow meter if desired.
1800 Gallons Per Hour Vane Pump Driven Fuel Polishing
Model FPS-26 Diesel Fuel Polishing System
- 115/230 volt single phase 50 or 60 Hz
- Dimensions – 32 x18 x 47” tall
- Removes over 99% of water
- Anti-asphaltene fuel conditioning
- Absolute particle filtration to10 microns
- Dual Filtration allows no stopping to
- Epoxy powder coated.
- 2 each 25 foot suction and discharge hoses
included with cam lock fittings.
- Digital flow meter.
- Semi-pneumatic tires.
- Weight 220 lbs.
NOT FOR USE WITH GASOLINE
1980 Gallons Per Hour plus Pressure Washing
There is no other tank cleaning system on the market that compares to Dieselcraft. This tank cleaning system is designed with a high pressure high flow pump and uses a tank cleaning spray nozzle that cleans 360° of all inside tanks surfaces by pumping the fuel at high pressure to remove solids from the tanks walls. No cleaning agents needed in most cases.
Regardless if the tank is above ground in-ground are on board a vehicle this will clean the tank better than any other system available.
- Transfer Flow Rate 37 GPM
- Filter Rate 33 GPM
- Pressure Cleaning Rate 30 GPM @ 75PSI
- Maximum Tank Diameter 18 Feet
- Dimensions 37″ wide x 45″ deep x 41″ tall.
- Particle Filtration to 10 microns standard.
- Suction and Discharge Hoses Included.
- 120/220 volt 50-60HZ 1.5 HP
- Weight 570 lbs.
- NOT FOR USE WITH GASOLINE
FPS-153 Skid Mount
The FPS-153 Skid Mounted Unit is a diesel engine powered system with a variable out put to 153 gallons per minute. The only system available for the high volume and portable applications in the remotest of locations.
- Measures 44×44 inches
- Weight 1200 pounds
- Two 8 inch Bag Filters
- One 10 inch Coalescer
- 2 inch ports with hoses included.
- Drip containment
- Easy to read control panel with emergency stop