Two Stage Diesel Fuel Purification Systems Reduces Filter Use By 50%
It is known that over 50% of diesel engine problems are fuel related. It is also known that diesel fuel isn’t perfect. Today’s engine designs subject the fuel to high heat and pressure. This causes solids to begin to form in the fuel. These solids may not be visible initially, but as this process continues with the high return rates of today’s engines they will eventually be present in the residual fuel that always remain in the tank.
As these solids build up, the fuel tends to not burn efficiently in the engine, which causes smoke, power loss and carbon deposits. Add water from vents or condensation and dirt/ dust that enter the fuel form the various distribution stages and you have a fuel that will at least clog filters in hours and shorten engine life.
Dieselcraft Fluid Engineering offers supplemental engine protection to be added to existing Racor or OEM filters on diesel engines. This two-stage system removes 99% of the water and 95% of the solids in fuel without filters in the first stage and then attaches the sub-micron contaminants and bacteria in the fuel in stage two of the system. When fuel exits this system it is now in a state where filters can process it further with out problem.
All that is needed is for the system drain is opened to check for contaminants when the oil is checked in the engine. The routine inspection will remove contaminants before they become a repair issue. Filter life will at least double by the use of this system.
Now with a truly clean fuel in the tank it will now burn more completely giving more power, less smoke and better mileage. Mileage increases vary. Regardless of these mileage the engine will run cleaner and require less maintenance
The Dieselcraft Fuel Purifications Systems are supplied in seven models ranging from 5 gallons per hour flow rates to 2500 gallons per hour. The most common units are: Model 5-29S for engines with fuel pump capacities from 5-29 GPH and ¼” fuel lines, and Model 30-200S for engines with fuel pump capacity of 30-200 GPH and 3/8” or ½” fuel lines.
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