White Paper: Guide to the Effects, Detection and Removal of Water in Diesel Fuel Tanks
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Water in fuel tanks poses a serious risk to engine performance, lifespan and safety of stored Diesel fuel tank systems. Changes to fuel chemistry to meet environmental objectives can worsen these potential issues.
Fuel stored for prolonged period in storage tanks combined with certain environmental conditions such as hot and humid temperature or large temperature swing between seasons present the right condition for the generation of water via condensation, with the potential for the generation of microbiological growth, tank corrosion, poor efficiency, and engine failures. This paper discusses how those situations occur, how to test and ultimately prevent these problems.
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