Ensuring the quality of your fuel
Fuel RestorationFuel restoration or what is commonly known as fuel polishing is a process used to restore stagnant or degraded fuel back to health. FuelGuard’s state-of-the-art process uses a multi-staged filtration system to remove pollutants, water and microbial growth. During the cleaning process a fuel additive is added to the fuel to kill microbial growth and aid in the fuel restoration process.
Tank CleaningFuelGuard uses low pressure to gently wash the walls of the tank with the biocide treated fuel in the tank. High pressure is not used due the possibility of making internal tank defects worse. Having cleaned hundreds of tanks, FuelGuard specialists have found that the low pressure washing achieves maximum results without damaging the inside of the tank.
Corrosion AbatementCorrosion damage is a major problem with fuel systems today. FuelGuard identifies the corrosion issues in each tank system it treats. A plan is developed to remove and treat the corrosion found attacking the system. FuelGuard goes far beyond a simple sweep of the fuel in the tank.
FuelGuard provides a repair and maintenance plan for fuel tank owners and operators to follow resulting in lower maintenance costs, lower liability and higher fuel quality. FuelGuard offers a number of customizable programs dependent on the customer’s needs and budget.
What’s In Your Tank?
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- Fuel Cleaning Program
- Sump Vapor and Humidity Program
- Biocide Additive Program
- STP Corrosion Program
- Compliance Program
What Others Are Saying
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“90% of diesel fuel engine failures are related to fuel quality issues”
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What’s In Your Tank?
There are numerous warning signs indicating fuel quality issues. FuelGuard’s Certified Technicians are well equipped to identify the warning signs. If you are changing fuel filters frequently, experiencing slow-flow issues, pumping equipment failures, and rising engine maintenance costs to engines using the bad fuel. FuelGuard analyzes the fuel system and develops a tailored program for each of its customers.
With every system cleaning FuelGuard Certified Technicians complete a full system assessment and analysis. All aspects of the fuel system are inspected and a multi-page report is provided to the customer. The report identifies deficiencies and provides the system owner with a plan to repair and maintain the system optimally.
Every tank owner must have a prevention plan. FuelGuard provides its customers with a comprehensive plan to clean fuel, lower maintenance costs and lower potential liability. Clean fuel means safer and more efficient engine performance. Clean fuel means lower costs and lower emissions. What’s in your tank? Do you have a prevention plan in place?
What is FuelGuard?
What is MIC?
Why do I need clean fuel?
What kinds of fuel can FuelGuard clean?
Why are fuel quality issues more prevalent today than ten years ago?
How does water enter my fuel?
Can fuel cleaning/polishing permanently fix my fuel quality issues?
How important is it to take regular fuel samples?
Is a fuel system assessment really necessary?
What is better to clean a tank – high pressure or low pressure?
Can FuelGuard test my fuel?
What happens to engines that use bad fuel?
How long does fuel last?
Call Corey Agnew
Director of Fuel Quality