Fuel

Safeguard your equipment and productivity by protecting against bacterial and fungal contamination

Fuel Treatment

Left untreated, fuels are susceptible to bacterial and fungal contamination that can cause machine malfunction, filter clogging, engine failure, aircraft gauge malfunction and microbial induced corrosion. Fuel biocides are critical for maintaining fuel integrity during storage, distribution and use.

Fuel Applications

DuPont Microbial Control’s portfolio of fuel treatment solutions effectively fights bacteria and fungi –from rapid decontamination of spoiled fuel to shock treatment of heavily fouled systems and preventative maintenance treatments for clean fuel. DuPont’s effective fuel preservatives enable compliance with permissible sulfur level standards and help you protect your valuable investment.

 
 
 

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Features & Benefits

Product Information

  • Active ingredients do not contain sulfur, a good choice for low sulfur systems
  • Approved for professional and industrial use along with use approved distribution channels, such as marinas
  • Can be dosed at high concentrations for shock treatment of contaminated systems
  • Can be dosed at low concentrations for preventive maintenance treatments

  • General use:
  • Storage tanks
  • Fuel tanks
  • Diesel oil
  • Fuel oil
  • Gasoline
  • Kerosene
  • Storage above water: 
    Bulk storage systems
  • For storage without intentional water: 
    Hydrocarbon system in fuel treatment pre-mix

  • Glutaraldehyde active ingredient
  • Allows fuel customers to use same effective treatment in downstream as is frequently used in upstream gas and oil applications
  • Rapidly effective against bacteria and fungi within minutes to a few hours
  • Active ingredient does not contain sulfur

  • Oil and Gas Water Storage and Transmission Systems

 
 
 
 
 
 
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