Control and Prevention of Cyano bacteria aka 'Diesel Fuel Bugs’, commonly referred to Diesel Algae for Diesel Trucks, Fuel Stations, Diesel Fuel Storage Tanks, Tankers, Ships, Diesel Fuel Transport Carriers, Fuel Suppliers, Refineries and virtually every Diesel Fuel Storage Facility.
|Reduces Filter Changes as Dirt, Dist, Debris and Cyanobacteria (Diesel Algae) just like an Ionized Water Tank, Pools, etc., is ‘precipitated’ to the Bottom of the Tank.|
|Considerably ‘Improves’ Engine Performance (Cleaner Filters) and assures Clean Combustible Fuel.|
|Considerably less expensive as compared to Chemical Based Biocide Supplements.|
|Maintenance Free Application for 12-full Months. A Chemical Based Biocide needs to be added at every Fill-up.|
It is likely that this technology aka BioGuard would prove to be another Very Resourceful Marketplace for the advent of this Technology.
BioGuard-Diesel is an effective Biocide and has proven to prevent the growth of Cyanobacteria.
This technology/application can also be effectively used for Trucks, Gas Stations, Fuel Storage Tanks, Tankers, Ships, Fuel Transport Carriers, Fuel Suppliers and Refineries and virtually any Diesel Fuel Storage Facility.
Cyanobacteria is a ‘Global Problem and is Very Costly Problem’ that can be easily and effectively treated with our Technology at a fraction of the cost.
AMSOIL Diesel Fuel Modifier treats and cleans the fuel system of automotive and light truck diesel engines to improve overall vehicle performance.
Diesel fuel contains impurities that adversely affect engine performance. When diesel fuel is left untreated, deposits can accumulate on fuel injectors, intake valves, the combustion chamber and other system components. A plugged fuel injector emits an uneven spray pattern, which reduces fuel combustion efficiency and increases exhaust emissions. Diesel fuel is also susceptible to low temperature gelling, which hinders engine start-up. Finally, during combustion, diesel fuel produces corrosive acids that damage components.
The special detergents and dispersants in AMSOIL ADM dissolve and remove deposits on system components for reduced emissions, increased fuel economy and extended component life. The deicing properties in AMSOIL ADM lower the pour point of diesel fuel for improved cold weather starting. AMSOIL ADM also contains rust and corrosion inhibitors to prevent moisture penetration and fuel stabilizers to keep diesel fuel safe during storage.
Frequent diesel fuel filter changes and cleaning diesel fuel tanks have become acceptable periodic maintenance instead of a warning signal for diesel engine failure. Diesel Fuel filter elements should last a thousand hours or more, and injectors some 15,000 hours. However, since diesel fuel is inherently unstable, solids begin to form and the accumulating tank sludge will eventually clog your diesel fuel filters, ruin your injectors and cause diesel engines to smoke.
The solids that form as the result of the inherent instability of the diesel fuel and the natural process of degradation will accumulate in the bottom of your fuel tank. The sludge will form a coating or bio-film on the walls and baffles of the fuel tank, plug your fuel filters and impact combustion efficiency. Eventually fouled diesel fuel will clog fuel lines and ruin your equipment.
Filter plugging can have several causes and often critical consequences. For example, low temperatures can cause wax crystallization, which can lead to fuel filter plugging. An example would be using summer diesel fuel in cold weather. Wax or paraffin is part of the diesel fuel.
Contaminant build up resulting from excessive microbial growth and bio-degradation of diesel fuel can cause fuel filter plugging. Micro-organisms, bacteria and enzyme activity, fungus, yeast and mold cause diesel fuel degradation and the formation of waste products. The process is similar to milk turning into cottage cheese, a different form of milk. Of all the microbial debris and waste products in the diesel fuel tank only about .01% is bugs. Even though microbes may cause and accelerate the process of fuel degradation, it should be clear that the waste products clogging your filter are not the microbes but fuel components which have formed solids.
Frequently, the application of a biocide aggravates the situation and turns bio-film into solids, creating a real fuel filter nightmare. Bio film develops through out the entire diesel fuel system. It grows in the water fuel interface and on the walls, baffles, and bottoms of fuel storage tanks. An unlucky end user may be filling up his fuel tank and getting this debris delivered as a part of his diesel fuel, for the same price as the diesel fuel.