ASTM D975, What You Need to Know.

Fuel Testing Regulations, Requirements and Parameters Medical, Emergency / First Response, Senior Care / Assisted Living, Data Centers, Airports, Communication, Transportation, and Energy companies, all must test fuel annually. Joint Commission Requirement on Fuel testing: EC.02.05.07-8, The National Fire Protection NFPA 110 2010 requires at least annually a fuel quality test in accordance with “approved… Read more »

What is Fuel Polishing?

Fuel polishing is a process that involves filtering and purifying stored fuel to remove contaminants, water, and sediments that may have accumulated over time. It is commonly used for diesel fuel and other types of stored fuels to ensure their quality, maintain optimal performance, and prevent damage to engines or equipment. Fuel polishing is particularly… Read more »

How to Ensure Regulatory Compliance through Fuel Testing

Fuel Testing Process for Regulatory Compliance Sampling: Fuel samples are collected from storage tanks, distribution points, or supply chains following established protocols to ensure representative samples. Proper sample collection techniques help ensure accurate testing results. Accredited Laboratory Testing: The collected fuel samples are sent to accredited laboratories equipped with state-of-the-art testing facilities. These laboratories employ… Read more »

Does Insurance Cover DEF in Diesel Tank?

DEF in diesel tanks is not a cheap repair, and you’ll likely be in for a shock when the mechanic delivers the bill. Most insurance policies do not cover what they describe as “misfuelling.” It doesn’t matter whether you put gasoline, DEF, or another substance into your diesel tank. You’ll likely be footing the bill.

How to test fuel for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) contamination.

Testing for DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) contamination in diesel fuel is an essential process to prevent potential engine damage. Here are the steps to test for DEF in fuel: Get a Dieselcraft DEF Test Kit: DEF test kits are readily available and easy to use. You can purchase them online at Collect a fuel sample: For… Read more »

What do I do if I put Diesel Exhaust Fluid in the Diesel Tank?

DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) is a critical component of modern diesel engines as it helps to reduce harmful emissions. However, if DEF is accidentally added to the diesel fuel tank, it can cause serious damage to the engine. When DEF is added to the diesel fuel tank, it can cause the fuel to become contaminated…. Read more »

My Diesel Engine Quit and Will Not Restart. There’s mystery liquid in my fuel system.

Never assume the fuel you purchase is 100% in spec. Here is a sample purchased at a national brand truck stop that was delivering B20 fuel, meaning 20% Biodiesel and pulled from the trucks water separator. B20 is a common blend because it represents a good balance of cost, emissions, cold-weather performance, materials compatibility, and… Read more »

Different types of centrifuges for waste oil cleaning

Before you buy a table top centrifuge system let’s compare the options. Dieselcraft Pressure Driven Flow rate and finished gallons per hour OC-20 does 50 gallons per hour OC-50 does 100 gallons per hour All units are rated for Continuous Use All units handle Diesel Fuel, WVO, Motor Oil, Biodiesel, ATF, Gear Oil, etc. Heating… Read more »

The Best Diesel Fuel Additive… that works to clean the tank.

Does your additive claim it is a premium 6-in-1 diesel additive or is a total injector cleaner and performance improver? Some magically make water burn off, to raise fuel cetane, to solve the gelling problem and more all in one bottle.  The more things it claims to do, the less chance it can actually do… Read more »

What is Fuel Polishing & why you need it.

Hey there! Are you tired of your diesel fuel getting contaminated and causing all sorts of problems for your equipment? Our portable fuel polishing system is here to save the day (and your fuel). Here’s the deal: our system uses cutting-edge filter-less purifier technology to remove 99% of water and solid contaminants from your fuel…. Read more »