In diesel tanks, condensation water accumulates due to temperature differences.
The condensation water can contribute to the formation of diesel plague.
If diesel fuel is not treated, bacterial growth increases rapidly and closes filters, pumps and fuel hoses etc., which means that shutdowns may be imminent.
Bacteria release organic acids that cause corrosion damage to the diesel system, which can lead to high repair costs and costly downtime.
Diesel Chock prevents all bacterial growth in diesel at normal dosage.
In the case of vigorously infecting tanks with high growth the dosage is increased.
This kills all bacteria so they can be removed from the system by draining the tank.
COURSE OF ACTION
1. Dosage and fill my tank. 65%.
2. Let work for 24 hours.
3. Empty the entire tank, Not a requirement!
4. Dose again and fill the tank if it has been emptied.
5. Ready to use.
EMPTYING THE TANK
Why one should empty the tank after treatment is to remove particles and sludge as well as any. water.
All diesel that has been emptied out and treated can be recycled when the sludge is precipitated.
To eliminate future bacterial growth should #460 Diesel Optimization is added in the diesel fuel which will at the same time provide a number of other benefits.