August 2012

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Equipment filters diesel fuel to meet OEM cleanliness specs  A line of fuel-filtration and fuel-coalescer equipment is available to remove particulate and water contamination from No. 2 diesel an..

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Equipment filters diesel fuel to meet OEM cleanliness specs   A line of fuel-filtration and fuel-coalescer equipment is available to remove particulate and water contamination from No. 2 diesel and other combustion fuels. These custom-built filter-housing assemblies reportedly ensure that No. 2 diesel fuel meets or exceeds all stringent new fuel-oil cleanliness specifications set by major turbine generator and large off-road equipment manufacturers. The systems’ high-efficiency filter elements remove particulate down to 1 micron to meet or exceed specifications as low as ISO 14/12/11. Next, high-efficiency coalescer and separator elements remove free water to less than

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