Many larger farms maintain a main fuel storage tank(s) to ensure a ready supply of fuel for planting or harvesting season. These tanks may sit idle for an extended period of time over the season. While the fuel remains in storage, water and bacteria may enter through vent tubes or from the supplier. It is assumed that all diesel fuel contains some level of water contamination.
With the presence of water, bacteria are able to develop very complex colonies that contaminate the fuel in the tank. The presence of these biofilms also contributes to a number of factors that results in the oxidation of the fuel and microbially influenced corrosion.
The use of conventional fuel stabilizers will not help with this problem. The fuel stabilizers that we tested performed very poorly in the remediation of sludge and corrosion.
Fuel Right's unique chemistry will remove the biofilm from the tank wall and deposit a microscopic corrosion coating. Fuel Right will then slowly dissolve the existing microbial colonies and prevent further development.
Fuel Right will also help improve fuel economy and reduce exhaust particulate. Fuel Right is safe for use in all diesel engines.