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Conidia Bioscience acquire global distribution for Aquafighter®

April 3, 2023 : We are delighted to announce the new partnership between Conidia Bioscience and DieselCare AS which sees Conidia acquire the global distribution of Aquafighter® water removal filters for Diesel and middle distillate fuels.


Keeps Diesel Fuel Water-Free From Inside the Tank.

Aquafighter® actively removes bound, suspended and emulsified water out of diesel fuel directly in the tank and keeps it water-free at all times.

Aquafighter® - A true revolution in fuel quality management and fuel tank maintenance

  • Long-term & short-term savings on maintenance and capital equipment
  • Demulsifies diesel & biodiesel blends by maintaining water level within fuel specification in the tank at all times
  • Protects fuel tank from microbial growth, corrosion and other related damages due to water accumulation
  • Non-toxic, safe to handle and safe for the environment
  • Stops the domino-effect of water damage from the tank through the fuel system to the engine
  • Manages fuel-quality and fuel tank condition better than other solutions combined

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Water is the enemy of stored fuel

Aquafighter® will protect your fuel and tank from excess water that is generated over time.

Presence of water in a diesel tank is inevitable. This is an everyday battle, independent of tank size and where ever you are in the world. Free and entrained water is generated in your tank through air condensation, fuel supply, ineffective filtration, leaks, accidents and improper system design. When water is allowed to accumulate in your tank it provides the conditions for Microbial Contamination (“diesel bug”) to grow, leading to significant problems including blocked filters, pump damage, engine failures, tank corrosion and poor fuel efficiency.

How does Aquafighter® work in the fuel tank?

Aquafighter® is effective in reducing and removing water inside the fuel tank. This is accomplished through 3 indispensable actions that are necessary to achieve the desired fuel purity and consequently provide tank protection:

  • Demulsifies water by physico-chemical adsorption of water molecules to less than 65ppm total fuel water content with maximum efficiency. (Aquafighter causes water to release naturally from fuel and it achieves this without adding to or altering the fuel, unlike certain fuel additives would do. After market additives can cause corrosion themselves)
  • Attracts & Captures water immediately upon release from the fuel molecules
  • Isolates water in its protective gel to permanently segregate it from the fuel & tank environment so your fuel & tank is protected at all times. (Aquafighter will encapsulate the water preventing corrosion, microbial growth & re-emulsification until it is removed from the tank)

Note: With biodiesel, fuel becomes significantly more hygroscopic, which means it attracts water. Thus, the fuel becomes emulsified with water rather than to allow the water to separate to the tank bottom.

Aquafighter® is the ultimate cure for cleaning and removing water in diesel and marine fuels

  • Captures and Eliminates Water Directly in the Tank
  • Prevents the Growth of Diesel Bug
  • Eliminates the Need for Most Additives
  • Reduces Diesel Filter Replacement by More Than 60%
  • Minimises Fuel Gelling
  • Minimises Requirment for Fuel Polishing Machines
  • Simplifies Tank and Fuel Maintenance
  • Reduces Tank Cleaning
  • Keeps Fuel “Clear & Bright” at All Times
  • Protects Tank from Corrosion
  • Over 7000 lab tests performed with 100% efficiency to under 70ppm. (90% of these tests were performed by 2 of the largest fuel producers in the world.)
  • If Water Causes It, Aquafighter® stops It!
(Aquafighter® works best when placed into a clean fuel tank)

FREE White Paper:

Guide to the Effects, Detection and Removal of Water in Diesel Fuel Tanks

Find out how Aquafighter® water removal filters and FUELSTAT® test kits can be part of the solution for a cost efficient fuel management programme.

Aquafighter® performs four actions in your diesel tank

First, Aquafighter® causes the immediate separation of bound water molecules from the fuel molecules upon contact.

Secondly, Aquafighter®  actively captures the formerly bound/emulsified water inside the fabric membrane.

Thirdly, Aquafighter® secures and isolates the water inside the gel neutralizing it from any potential damage to your tank, fuel, filters or engine.

Finally, Aquafighter® repels the clear and bright “better-than-spec” fuel back into the tank.

Applications for Storage Tanks, Boats, Generators, Heating Oil, Fuel Stations, Tractors, Combines, Mining Machines, Trucks, Construction Equipment, Hospital Gen Sets, Agriculture, and other diesel machines.

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Water is likely to be present in all diesel fuel systems, including storage and operational. It may exist as free water, visible as a separate layer below the fuel, or as a hazy layer between the water and fuel layers. The hazy layer consists of microscopic droplets of water suspended in the fuel. Both are excellent conditions for microbial growth.

FAME, also known as bio-fuel, is more hygroscopic than traditional fuels—in other words, it attracts and holds water. This means that it’s more prone to produce condensation issues in fuel systems. And increased condensation means better conditions for the growth of diesel bug, also known as diesel fuel fungus.

Microbiological contamination often creates operational issues that can disrupt the use of an asset, for example:

  • A tank builds up microbial matter until it can no longer be used and requires cleaning
  • A generator engine fails to fire up because its filters are blocked by contamination
  • A fuel quantity indicator functions incorrectly because of a microbial biofilm coating the probes that read the fuel levels
  • In a very serious scenario, microbial contamination can seriously damage tanks themselves. Left unchecked for too long, it can lead to Microbially Influenced Corrosion (MIC) of the tanks because of the acids it produces.

When microbial contamination reaches severe levels and produces these acids, it can lead to serious safety and environmental risks. For example, a large tank could develop a leak so that fuel escapes into the ground. Or a severe blockage could cause engine failure, and even put human lives at risk.