Diesel fuel tank cleaning additive

Penray introduces its Fuel Prep Biocide, designed for cleaning in-ground diesel fuel tanks.

According to Penray, cold weather condensation created during winter months can add significant quantities of water to stored diesel fuels. Further, new systems and processes, like vapor recovery systems and the blending of bio-fuels, can introduce water into the fuel. And once water is present, harmful bacteria and fungi can grow in these fuel supplies.

Penray’s Fuel Prep Biocide is specially blended to eliminate such microbial activity in diesel fuel supplies. By doing so, Penray says its product can help eliminate the clogged filters, clean-out costs and, in extreme cases, corrosion that can be sufficient to cause tanks to leak, resulting in expensive repairs and costly environmental remediation.

Penray Fuel DoctorPenray engineers recommend twice-yearly testing of in-ground diesel fuel storage supplies, with treatment as necessary to assure that fuel will not cause problems in the vehicles and equipment that rely on diesel power.

Additionally, Penray offers its exclusive Fuel Doctor program for fleets, distributors, and other facilities that store large quantities of diesel fuel. Penray’s Fuel Doctors are specially-trained diesel fuel experts who are available to make house calls. They can provide on-site diesel fuel sampling, analysis, and treatment.

“Penray has more than a half-century of experience in developing and producing additives that support the viability of diesel fuels. Our Fuel Doctor Program is just one more example of the knowledge and customer service we bring to the diesel fuel industry,” says Greg Mixon, director of Heavy Duty Sales at Penray.

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