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Keeping Water Out Of Your Fuel Storage Tank

Poor operations and maintenance procedures for monitoring and removal of water from fuel storage systems can lead to a number of problems. Fuel can degrade and subsequently so can vehicle performance, also microbial contamination and damage of the entire storage system can occur. This applies to any fuel storage system, no matter what material it...

Is Your Above Ground Fuel Storage System At Risk?

  Poor operation and maintenance when checking and removing water from above ground storage tanks can prompt various dangers, from fuel quality to microbial contamination. This can cause severe damage to your storage tank and equipment. Also, these dangers can influence your benefits. All above-ground storage tanks storing nearly any fuel — gasoline, diesel, aviation...

What is On-Site Fueling?

If you have a fleet of vehicles or equipment, your business depends on fuel. There are a couple of ways you can fuel up your equipment or fleet;   The equipment or vehicle can be taken to a fuel station You can store your fuel on-site – which will be a lot quicker and easier...

Shelf Life of Diesel Exhaust Fluid DEF

  This article is to help you understand the shelf life and sensitivity of DEF. Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is a blend of urea and de-ionized water produced to an international standard (ISO 22241). In other words, it is used to reduce the nitrogen oxide concentration in diesel exhaust emissions from diesel engines. However, it...

Importance of Storage Tank Venting

  With exception of Above ground Storage Tanks larger than 12,000 Gallons, which contain Class IIIB liquids that are located where they cannot be affected by a release of Class I or II liquids, IFC Section 5704.2.7.4 requires all Tanks Inside of Buildings to be equipped with a means of Emergency Venting. An emergency vent...

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