Tiffany T. - Monday, March 14, 2016
Author: Jessica Fernandes
Because of it's fluid state (yes, pun intended!), it is imperative to filter diesel fuel before it enters the engine on any diesel fuel driven application. Understanding the impacts of fuel that is not properly filtered before it enters the engine is critical to ensuring reliable functionality of an engine and to preventing large, costly repairs.
Preventative maintenance plans are created to ensure filters are clean so they function properly to filter fuel. Why is it, then, that fuel gets poured (albeit a small amount) onto the brand new, clean filters allowing dirty fuel to enter the fuel system after the filtration step as a method of priming the fuel system?
We have an easy solution for you who are responsible for engine reliability, a fuel priming system! A fuel priming system can be used in portable or permanently installed applications. http://reversopumps.com/fuel-primers. The priming system is used to pump fuel from the tank into the fuel system, allowing the fuel to flow through the filtration system as intended. This system also purges air from the fuel lines ensuring proper functionality and preventing damage to the engine.
To take it one step further, add a pre-engine in-line filtration system, boosting the existing filtration system to ensure removal of water and sludge to a level of 2 microns, thus extending the life of your on-engine filtration system and ultimately protecting the engine.
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Original article from: LinkedIn