Do You Sample?

Do you sample your fuel regularly?  Can you imagine pulling a sample of the fuel in your tank and seeing nothing but black sludge?  So many are experiencing higher maintenance costs on their fuel systems and equipment.  Bad fuel can account for more than a 35% increase in maintenance costs.  Fuel efficiency can drop by more than 25%.

Surprisingly, most people asked will say they have good fuel quality without really knowing what’s in their tank.  Statistically, their fuel quality is likely substandard and is the very reason maintenance costs have drastically risen.  Do you know the quality of your fuel?  Unless you have sampled your fuel recently, you probably do not know the answer to that question.  One thing is certain, the only way to determine fuel quality is take a sample and test the fuel. Knowing is the first step to proper fuel quality management. Check out Dixon Pumps website or online store for answers. We can help you find the solutions you are looking for.

Author: mycleanfuel

Dixon Pumps Cleaning and Filtration Business Development Manager with extensive experience in the field of fuel and tank cleaning.

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