FuelPure Fuel Filtration

Slow dispensing flow rates from clogged dispenser filters can cause customer frustration and lost sales. Our FuelPure filter filtration service offers a cost-effective way to address this problem.

Clean fuel means lower system
maintenance costs and improved overall
fuel system performance.

Clogged filters often cause slow dispensing rates, forcing operators to change filters every few days. Frequent filter changes are only a temporary solution to a much bigger problem – the buildup of contaminates in the tank that must be removed in order to solve the core problem.

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Contaminates enter fuel systems through fill pipes, spill bucket drains, during construction or maintenance work and during product delivery.

Contaminates can also originate inside the UST through internal corrosion or growing microorganisms.

The result: Frequent maintenance problems, damage to fueling system components, failing Stage II vapor recovery tests and, ultimately, damage to customer vehicle fuel systems.

The solution: Our FuelPure fuel filtration service, which removes the impurities and contaminants from your fuel and returns it to your tank – eliminating all the problems in your fueling system caused by contaminated fuel.

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Fuel samples from an untreated tank show high levels of microbial contamination and particulate matter which cause frequent filter changes and equipment damage.

BEFORE
Fuel samples from an untreated tank show high levels of microbial contamination and particulate matter which cause frequent filter changes and equipment damage.    

Samples taken after FuelPure treatment show dry fuel with excellent clarity, relatively free of sediment and microbes.

AFTER
Samples taken after FuelPure treatment show dry fuel with excellent clarity, relatively free of sediment and microbes.

At A Glance
The FuelPure Process
  • An intake and return hose are inserted into the tank.
  • The intake hose is inserted near the pump where the majority of contaminates tend to accumulate. (The turbine pump is often removed from the UST for hose access.)
  • Fuel is drawn up through the intake hose; both the intake and return hoses are moved in the tank during the filtration process.
  • The initial filtering step removes the heavy tank bottom contaminant and all water, then the system is placed on full flow circulation.
  • Observation of the contaminants being drawn into the system occurs through a clear section of the intake hose.
  • Contaminated fuel is passed through as many as four separate filters, depending upon the type of contaminates encountered.
  • The hose is then repositioned through the tank to ensure that all areas are clean and the fuel is free of contaminants.
  • With high velocity, the clean fuel is returned to the tank through the return hose and the hose is moved to flush further contaminant toward the intake hose.


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