How can Diesel Bug Contamination be Treated?
If you discover that you have microbial contamination, often known as diesel bug in your fuel tank, then it is important that you get the right form of treatment straight away. If contamination is left for too long, then it can cause serious damage to your fuel supply.
If you are unlucky enough to find that your diesel fuel has become contaminated. It is something our expert team have a lot of experience working with and will be able to help ensure your valuable diesel stock is salvaged, allowing you to re-use it again.
Whether you’re sure that your diesel is contaminated or would simply like a second opinion to ensure that your fuel is contamination free. We offer a range of services designed to help businesses with their diesel fuel.
What Can Cause a Microbial Contamination in Fuel?
There are a wide variety of different reasons why your diesel has become contaminated with microbial bugs. A faulty tank and condensation are two of the more common causes. It’s also possible that you have done everything you can to prevent contamination but your fuel supplier has brought you fuel that already has microbial contamination.
Quite often, water is the source of bug problems in fuel. When water is able to form in puddles at the bottom of the tank, it starts to separate from the diesel. When this happens, bugs can start forming in between the two substances.
If you’re worried about the condition of your fuel or believe that your fuel could be contaminated with diesel bug. Call our fuel testing experts today on 0330 123 3399 to see how we can help you and answer any of your questions.
How do Diesel Bug Treatments Work?
If we discover that you do have a diesel fuel bug, then we will begin the process of separating the bug from the fuel. To achieve this, our fuel polishing services will ensure that any harmful contaminates are removed from the fuel along with any water and sludge at the bottom of your storage tank.
The process starts with a pick-up tube that reaches the very bottom of the tank. This tube then takes fuel out of the tank and puts it through the fuel polishing machine. Once the fuel is clean, it is returned to the tank through another pipe.
How Can I Prevent Contamination from Happening Again?
The best way of avoiding any form of contamination again is to get annual checks from a specialist. They will be able to run quick tests to see if your fuel needs treatment again. It’s also important that you make sure that your tank does not have any signs of wear and tear, as this is one of the most common causes of contamination.
Would you like to know more about how we can clean your fuel of contaminates and remove any signs of diesel bug from your fuel? Call our diesel bug treatment experts today on 0330 123 3399 to learn more and answer any of your questions.