CleanPro Fuel Treatment

CLeanPro is a proven solution

Today’s ULSD (ultra low sulfur diesel) blends have changed the fuel industry considerably. Stabilizers are less relevant to the ULSD blends and biocides do not dissolve or eliminate sludge problems. Polishing diesel fuel simply centrifuges sludge out of the fuel into a filter system but does not resolve sludge issues.

Sludge is a microbial phenomenon and only CleanPro has the right combination of ingredients to deal with sludge, corrosion and fuel line freeze-ups.
Developed over the past two decades, CleanPro is unique and uses a powerful combination of amines to slowly dissolve existing sludge, while preventing growth and build-up of new sludge. These amines also protect tanks and fuel system components from corrosion, even in the presence of free water and remaining old sludge. CleanPro also improves lubricity thus extending the service life of injection pumps and other high wear fuel components. CleanPro contains glycol ether, a necessary ingredient that protects against fuel line freeze-ups in cold weather climates.

Proven in laboratory testing over the past 16 years, CleanPro has been tested against more than 85 competitive products and has out-performed everyone.

Storage

A diesel fuel tank contains its own ecosystem. CleanPro technology holistically manages this ecosystem through the dispersion of biofilm, preventing slime forming bacteria from performing their role in the formation of bacterial colonies and leaves a microscopic corrosion coating behind.

Delivery

CleanPro dissolves the biofilm deposits on filters, strainers and fuel lines. It also enhances the functionality of lubricity additives in the fuel ensuring improved fuel lubricity. CleanPro is a excellent surfactant resulting in cleaner injectors and optimizing fuel economy.

Performance

CleanPro technology enhances fuel atomization therefore resulting in an improved ignition and combustion cycle. Operators will see a noticeable reduction in particulate at the exhaust and improved fuel economy.

  • Environmental Management Plan (EMP)
  • Environmental Audit and inspection
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Site Suitability Assessment
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Environmental survey/study
  • Emergency response plan
  • Modelling and predictive studies
  • Erosion and sediment control plan (ESCP)
  • Environmental Notification, permit and license application
  • Air, water, noise & vibration modelling and analysis, including confirmatory studies
1. Fuel Storage, Bacteria and Sludge

Bacteria are natural residents in diesel fuel. They are most commonly introduced through vent tubes, water intrusion, and fuel transfer. Chemicals from water in the fuel form a conditioning film on solid surfaces. This occurs within minutes after the fuel has been introduced to the tank.

This film allows free-floating bacterial cells to attach to the surface (Stage 1), at which point some of them begin to generate a starch like substance often referred to as “slime”(Stage 2). Soon, other bacteria start to move into the slime layer (Stage 3) resulting a complex ecology of life forms growing in the sludge (Stage 4). Some of these bacteria produce organic acids, which may promote pitting corrosion of underlying steel. As sludge builds up, bits of it slough off and travel downstream (Stage 5), where they adhere to surfaces (Stage 6) – perhaps a filter – and start to grow new sludge. The most common indicator of a severely fouled fuel system is complete filter plugging resulting in engine shut-down.

2. Microbial Influenced Corrosion (MIC)

Sludge in contact with steel or cast iron leads to corrosion. The exact role of the bacteria themselves is a matter of much research and conjecture, but it is clear that very high rates of metal penetration occur under biologically active sludge.

3. Fuel Stability & The Presence of Microbial Contamination

The presence of biofilm in fuel systems impact the environment that the fuel is residing in. Corrosion by-products may act as catalysts in the reaction that result in the oxidation of the fuel. Free-floating acids are also a contributor to fuel oxidation. The presence of biofilm can affect the following:

  • Decrease in corrosion inhibitor additive effectiveness
  • Decrease anti-oxidant additive effectiveness
  • Reduce lubricity addidtive effectiveness
  • Decrease fuels oxidative stability
  • Boost a fuel’s peroxide number
  • Boost a fuel’s total acid number (TAN)
  • Increase fuel’s corrosivity
4. Filter Plugging

Bits of sludge that have landed on a filter will grow and slowly blanket the filter, sealing it off and stopping the flow of fuel. These growths may initially appear as tiny specs and not readily visible to the naked eye. As biofilm is transparent, the color of the contamination is a good indicator of what issues are going on in the tank. A black contaminated filter is evidence of degraded fuel while a rust coloured filter is evidence of severe corrosion.

Innefficiency in engine operation

Diesel engine technology is evolving and fuels is changing. ULSD has been stripped of lubricity and oxidative stability has been compromised. Newer tier engines operate with a common rail fuel delivery system with piezoelectric injectors. Pressure are extremely high and the injectors operate with extremely tight tolerances.

Using dirty fuel in new and old engines leads to premature component failure, injectors operating inefficiently and reduced fuel economy. Conventional fuel additives today typically promote lubricity and performance using 2-EHN (2 Ethylhexyl Nitrate) cetane boost. While this helps performance at the engine, this ignores the issues in the tank and through the delivery system (strainers, fuel lines and filters).

CleanPro takes holistic approach at managing fuel completely through the system from the tank through delivery and performance. CleanPro offers total fuel coverage!

Protection against corrosion and sludge

Sludge is made by slime filming bacteria and occurs in almost every diesel or fuel system. It will cause faulty fuel lines, filters, nozzles and injectors as well as corrosion of tank and filter housings. CleanPro eliminates sludge with the unique combination of filming amines. These amines coat the fuel system and stop corrosions. They also dissolve the sludge and dispersing it in the fuel so the microbiological particles are passing through and burn along with the fuel.

Continue use of CleanPro protects against corrosion and prevent a formation of a new sludge. CleanPro has been tested and refine over a decade to ensure that it is the best sludge remover and preventer in the market. CleanPro enhances lubricity of Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) to the level of High Level Sulfur Diesel (HLSD). This will reducing the wear on injection pump and other components.

CleanPro Bench Test – “How Fuel Right Works” Illustration

CleanPro immediately begins to dissolve suspended microbial contamination and pushes it to the bottom of the jar. The Fuel clarifies making it suitable for use. Fuel Right then leaves a microscopic corrosion coating that lines all metal surfaces. Fuel Right continue to dissolve the remaining microbial contamination and prevents further bio-mass development.

Original Fuel Sample
Sample on right treated with CleanPro

24 Hours after treatment

7 Days after treatment

21 Days after treatment

Technical Corner

We have developed this simple jar test to compare the ability of fuel additives to inhibit sludge formation and protect steel surfaces against fouling and corrosion in the presence of free standing water (condensation) and biological contamination.

How the test works

Glass jars are filled with fuel oil or diesel fuel, a small amount of water, a steel panel or “coupon” and a small amount of sludge. One jar serves as the “control” and receives no additive. Each of the other jars is treated with an additive at the manufacturer’s recommended dose. The jars are then loosely capped and placed in a dark box or closet.

Once a month the jars are opened, most of the fuel is removed and replaced with fresh fuel, and the jars are then re-treated with their respective additives. This process is repeated until, after 12-18 months, the “control” coupon has become well fouled. At that point, all jars are compared and scored based on the following;

  • Fouling of the coupon surface
  • Corrosion of the coupon (weight loss)
  • General growth of sludge (determined by pouring contents through a strainer)

Each jar is scored on a scale of 0-10, with the “control” scoring “2” in each category. In any category, a score of less than “2” indicates that the additive was actually worse than no treatment at all and a score of “10” indicates that additive was perfect in the regard. Below is an example of a typical result:

Summary of Test Results
The following tables show how various products performed in the jar test. The scores have been converted into ratings in each category as follows;

VP – a score of 0-1 in that category (worse than with no treatment at all)
P – Score of 2 in that category (the same as with no treatment at all)
F – Score of 3 or 4 (slightly better than no treatment – slight benefit)
G – Score of 5 or 6 (visible benefit but not outstanding)
VG – Score of 7-8 (much benefit – definitely worth considering)
E – Score of 9 or 10 in that category (outstanding performance)

Informational Videos
Marine

All diesel fuel systems contain some degree of bacterial activity. Typically, an operator of a marine vessel uses the glass bowls of the filter system to detect contamination. Unfortunately, when you reach this point in detection, you already have serious contamination residing in your tank.

Despite all the potential issues with the presence of sludge, effective treatment is rarely deployed. The presence of sludge in a fuel system can lead to corrosion, filter plugging and potentially injector failure.

Treatment and control is managed with the use of biocides and frequent filter changes to keep a vessel operating. Biocides alone are rarely effective against established bacterial sludge as they struggle to penetrate the biomass to directly contact the bacteria to kill them. Fuel Polishing is an expensive and inneffective way to eliminate bacteria contamination in fuel.

CleanPro’s unique chemistry was developed over the past 18 years with extensive research to understand how bacterial colonies are formed and how they may be dispersed and to eliminate them from forming biomass in diesel fuel. CleanPro treatment will breakdown the slime that holds the bacterial colonies together and disperse it back into the fuel allowing it to be burned off.

CleanPro has been put to the test in billions of litres of fuel and has always been successful in eliminating filter plugging, stopping corrosion and enhancing the operating condition of the vessels treated with CleanPro.

CleanPro has extensive experience with large ferry corporations, workboat companies, fisheries and recreational craft. We have established a solid reputation with many marine companies. Ask us for our references, we will be happy to share them with you.

CleanPro Bench Test – “How Fuel Right Works” Illustration

CleanPro immediately begins to dissolve suspended microbial contamination and pushes it to the bottom of the jar. The Fuel clarifies making it suitable for use. Fuel Right then leaves a microscopic corrosion coating that lines all metal surfaces. Fuel Right continue to dissolve the remaining microbial contamination and prevents further bio-mass development.

Original Fuel Sample
Sample on right treated with CleanPro

24 Hours after treatment

7 Days after treatment

21 Days after treatment

Technical Corner

We have developed this simple jar test to compare the ability of fuel additives to inhibit sludge formation and protect steel surfaces against fouling and corrosion in the presence of free standing water (condensation) and biological contamination.

How the test works

Glass jars are filled with fuel oil or diesel fuel, a small amount of water, a steel panel or “coupon” and a small amount of sludge. One jar serves as the “control” and receives no additive. Each of the other jars is treated with an additive at the manufacturer’s recommended dose. The jars are then loosely capped and placed in a dark box or closet.

Once a month the jars are opened, most of the fuel is removed and replaced with fresh fuel, and the jars are then re-treated with their respective additives. This process is repeated until, after 12-18 months, the “control” coupon has become well fouled. At that point, all jars are compared and scored based on the following;

  • Fouling of the coupon surface
  • Corrosion of the coupon (weight loss)
  • General growth of sludge (determined by pouring contents through a strainer)

Each jar is scored on a scale of 0-10, with the “control” scoring “2” in each category. In any category, a score of less than “2” indicates that the additive was actually worse than no treatment at all and a score of “10” indicates that additive was perfect in the regard. Below is an example of a typical result:

Summary of Test Results
The following tables show how various products performed in the jar test. The scores have been converted into ratings in each category as follows;

VP – a score of 0-1 in that category (worse than with no treatment at all)
P – Score of 2 in that category (the same as with no treatment at all)
F – Score of 3 or 4 (slightly better than no treatment – slight benefit)
G – Score of 5 or 6 (visible benefit but not outstanding)
VG – Score of 7-8 (much benefit – definitely worth considering)
E – Score of 9 or 10 in that category (outstanding performance)

Informational Videos

CleanPro Industrial Applications

All diesel fuel systems contain some degree of bacterial activity. Typically, an operator of a marine vessel uses the glass bowls of the filter system to detect contamination. Unfortunately, when you reach this point in detection, you already have serious contamination residing in your tank.

Despite all the potential issues with the presence of sludge, effective treatment is rarely deployed. The presence of sludge in a fuel system can lead to corrosion, filter plugging and potentially injector failure.

Treatment and control is managed with the use of biocides and frequent filter changes to keep a vessel operating. Biocides alone are rarely effective against established bacterial sludge as they struggle to penetrate the biomass to directly contact the bacteria to kill them. Fuel Polishing is an expensive and inneffective way to eliminate bacteria contamination in fuel.

CleanPro’s unique chemistry was developed over the past 18 years with extensive research to understand how bacterial colonies are formed and how they may be dispersed and to eliminate them from forming biomass in diesel fuel. CleanPro treatment will breakdown the slime that holds the bacterial colonies together and disperse it back into the fuel allowing it to be burned off.

CleanPro has been put to the test in billions of litres of fuel and has always been successful in eliminating filter plugging, stopping corrosion and enhancing the operating condition of the vessels treated with CleanPro.

CleanPro has extensive experience with large ferry corporations, workboat companies, fisheries and recreational craft. We have established a solid reputation with many marine companies. Ask us for our references, we will be happy to share them with you.

Many larger farms maintain a main fuel storage tank(s) to ensure a ready supply of fuel for planting or harvesting season. These tanks may sit idle for an extended period of time over the season. While the fuel remains in storage, water and bacteria may enter through vent tubes or from the supplier. It is assumed that all diesel fuel contains some level of water contamination.

With the presence of water, bacteria are able to develop very complex colonies that contaminate the fuel in the tank. The presence of these biofilms also contributes to a number of factors that results in the oxidation of the fuel and microbially influenced corrosion.

The use of conventional fuel stabilizers will not help with this problem. The fuel stabilizers that we tested performed very poorly in the remediation of sludge and corrosion.

CleanPro’s unique chemistry will remove the biofilm from the tank wall and deposit a microscopic corrosion coating. CleanPro will then slowly dissolve the existing microbial colonies and prevent further development.

CleanPro will also help improve fuel economy and reduce exhaust particulate. CleanPro is safe for use in all diesel engines.

Auxiliary generation stations typically are on stand-by for emergency use when there are power outages. These units can sit idle and are often scheduled for routine checks such as idle operation or pre-determined scheduled maintenance.

Often overlooked is the fuel quality. Idle conditions are ideal for the growth of sludge in the fuel tanks of these systems. Sludge can affect the readiness of any unit and result in an unscheduled shut-down when the unit is most needed.

In colder climates, fuel line freezing can also affect unit readiness.

CleanPro is an ideal prescription to alleviate these potential issues. Diesel fuel treated with CleanPro will eliminate sludge problems, potential filter plugging and fuel line freezing.

A clean and clear fuel system is peace of mind for the owner/operator and improves the readiness of any generating unit large or small.

A single locomotive will burn in excess of 30M litres of diesel fuel over a 25 year life span amounting to more than 65% of its lifetime operating expense. Despite the huge contribution to the overall cost of operating a locomotive, the quality of the fuel from the supplier is assumed and the operator manages fuel contamination with expensive routine tank cleaning and filter changes. This is an operation cost that can be realized into a saving.

A CleanPro program will reduce the need for main supply fuel tank cleaning down to remedial water removal (from accumulation) and eliminate the microbial contamination affecting overall operating efficiency.

Extended filter life, proper fuel delivery to the engine (eliminate the biofilm plugging filters), reduction in stack particulate (reducing the issue related to right-of-way fires) and improved fuel economy can play a major role in reducing an operator’s expense.

CleanPro can play a signifant role in reducing fuel consumption to help railway companies improve their operating costs.

Premature injector failure?

Reduced injection pump life?

CleanPro will reduce your operating and service costs as well as allow you to achieve optimal fuel economy. Fuel filter costs decline by reducing the number of filter changes required through extended filter life and reduction of unscheduled breakdowns due to sludge issues.

Cleaner fuel systems result in cleaner injectors and better fuel atomization which leads to optimal fuel economy.

Our Winter Diesel Blend combines the performance of Fuel Right along with enhanced properties that protect from gelling and waxing issues. We can provide you with a bulk treat program that makes sense and saves you money!

RUN CLEANER, RUN SMARTER

  • Dissolves sludge and prevents further growth
  • Eliminates filter plugging
  • Protects tank linings from corrosion
  • Keeps fuel system clean
  • Reduces fuel filter costs
  • Reduces smoking
  • Reduces fuel system wear
  • Improves fuel lubricity
  • Protects against fuel line freeze-ups

APPLICATION

  • ULSD (ultra low sulfur diesel)
  • Biodiesel

Suitable for use in the following;

  • Tractor Trailers
  • Transit Buses
  • Municipal Service Equipment
  • Snow Ploughs
  • and more…

Clean injectors, filters, fuel lines and tank results in optimal fuel economy, reduced downtime (that’s productivity improvement), less smoking from the exhaust and easier starting. New ULSD (ultra low sulfur diesel) also has reduced lubricity which can increase engine wear. CleanPro improves lubricity and enhances the life of all fuel system components.

Sludge is a microbiology phenomena and only CleanPro has the right combination of ingredients to deal with sludge, corrosion and fuel line freeze-ups superior to all other products in the market. We have the research and proof to show you. No longer are you required to buy two or three different fuel additives to fix your fuel issues. CleanPro is the single RIGHT Prescription for your fuel system!

Developed over the past two decades, CleanPro chemistry is unique to the fuel additive industry. CleanPro chemistry uses a powerful combination of filming amines to slowly dissolve existing sludge, prevent growth and build-up of new sludge and protect tanks and fuel system components against corrosion even in presence of free water and remaining old sludge. CleanPro also improves lubricity thus extending the life of injection pumps and other high wear fuel components. CleanPro contains glycol ether which also protects against fuel line freeze ups in cold climates.

TESTIMONIALS

“prior to Spring of 2010, we always stopped treating our diesel with CleanPro when winter ended. Then after a tour of the CleanPro plant, I realized all that CleanPro could do to benefit our diesel customers so I decided to treat every drop of fuel that we sold. The result of this decision is that our fleet customers have consistently commented to me that their drivers are pleased with both the improved performance of their engines as well as the improved fuel economy which I understand in a function of operating with cleaner injectors”

Mike Hinds, Owner
Hinds Oil Company, Montrose, Pennsylvania

“I can testify that since I started with CleanPro, we have reached our 20,000 mile fuel filter change interval on all 10 trucks. We were having problems with 4 trucks prior to using CleanPro. I have not had extended fuel filter life as a goal, my objective is 100% dependability. Since we have started with CleanPro, we have not had to do an unscheduled filter change.”

Smitty
Atlantic Bulk

Large remote operating sites such as mines store significant quantities of fuel to support the operation of hundreds of pieces of equipment. Some northern operations are only accessible via remote roads or in some cases ice roads for a very short period of time during the coldest months of the year.

The risk of extended storage of diesel fuel include oxidation of the fuel, microbial contamination and cold temperature service. Fuel quality is a core issue related to operating efficiency and engine component failure. Seasonality often is reflected in the service costs related to heavy diesel equipment operating on site. Injector failures may occur more frequently when storage tanks are getting low or during their refill. Low tanks may be picking up sludge contamination resulting in injector failure. Filling the tank may stir up contaminants resulting in the same outcome.

These tanks are also exposed to the same risk as any tank containing sludge – microbial influenced corrosion could potentially result in a premature tank failure.

Ultimately, expensive filter equipment preventing sludge from reaching equipment downstream is one common plan of action however, this doe not address the issue. As a tank become more contaminated over time (and it will as the existing sludge plays a role in the oxidation of the fuel) filter replacement costs grow as they fail sooner and ultimately results in the disposal of expensive fuel and the mechanical cleaning on the tank.

Conventional fuel additives and stabilizers are not effective in these application nor is the conventional use of biocides. Once the sludge colonies are developed into a complex biomass, biocides have a very difficult time penetrating the biomass to get at the bacteria to kill it.

CleanPro’s unique chemistry will correct this problem at the source. CleanPro’s unique ability to disperse biofilms is the first step of many that CleanPro will perform to begin the process of ridding of the bacterial sludge.

Why not operate with clean tanks, clean fuel and improved fuel economy?

CleanPro is a very effective technology to help maintain fuel standards meeting or exceeding Worldwide Fuel Charter ISO 4406 fuel standards endorsed by engine manufacturers globally. CleanPro is used in premium fuel programs where main fuel storage is treated with CleanPro with each delivery from terminal storage. Field testing has demonstrated that CleanPro has the ability to push water out of fuel, control microbial contamination and break down particulates in suspension.

Field testing using the Particle Pal laser particulate counter, has validated that CleanPro enhances fuel quality. Field testing based on ISO4406, has shown particluate counts as low as 14/12/9. ISO 4406 standard is 18/16/13. What does this mean?

In basic terms, the worldwide fuel charter limits is 1300-2500 particles per ml of fuel based on 4 micron or smaller. A result of 14 is in the range of 80-150 particles per ml of fuel 4 microns or smaller. This is a factor of 16x cleaner than the Worldwide Fuel Charter. A cleaner fuel stores longer and more importantly, extends the life of engine components by reduced engine fuel system component wear.

Another key factor that is affecting the industry, is the increase in corrosion issues since the introduction of Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuels. With ULSD, microbial contamination and microbial influenced corrosion is affecting fuel distribution infrastructure globally. CleanPro is not a biocide however, it plays a significant role by impeding the formation of biofilms which are instrumental in the development of anodic corrosion sites known as MIC. CleanPro also deposits a microscopic corrosion coating which hinders corrosion protecting your assets from premature tank failure.

When properly deployed, a CleanPro program can reduce your fuel system maintenance costs and in the case where your operation can implement a premium fuel program, CleanPro can enhance your bottom line significantly.

CleanPro is being used in premium programs today.

Special Features
PERFORMANCE
With CleanPro, you can feel the enhance performance of your vehicle
CLEANER SYSTEM
CleanPro protects again corrosion and sludge thus maintaining a clean and reliable system
FUEL SAVING
Experience a noticeable fuel saving with your vehicle thanks to CleanPro advanced technology

Become a Reseller

Commercial & Recreational Marine, Mining, Agriculture, Heavy Equipment. Fuel Wholesale, Trucking, Engine manufacture or distributor….Regardless of your industry, there is an application for CleanPro that can help you serve your customers better.

We are always looking for solid partners who want to make a difference for their customers. Our reputation and distribution is growing and we invite you to become a qualified dsitributor.

 

We will provide technical training and sales and marketing support to ensure that we are successful together.

Become a reseller now! Email us at cssb@cleantechgroup.my

Become a reseller now! Email us at cssb@cleantechgroup.my

What Our Clients Say About Us

Vincent Borello
Moran Towing Company
Owner

We received a bad load of diesel and almost immediately started to see filter plugging in one of our boats. As a result of this we were changing filters every 24hours. Shortly after treating the tank with CleanPro (Fuel Right®) the problem disappeared and things were back to normal. Dries, had you not walk into my office that day and introduced me to CleanPro (Fuel Right®) my next step would have been dispose of the fuel and clean tanks, you saved me thousands of dollars

Mike Hinds
Hinds Oil Company, Montrose Pennsylvania
Owner

Prior to Spring of 2010 we always stopped treating our diesel with CleanPro (Fuel Right®)  when winter ended. Then, after a tour of the fuel CleanPro (FuelRight®) plant, I realized all that CleanPro (Fuel Right®) could do to benefit our diesel customers so I decided to treat every drop of fuel that we sold. The result of this decision is that our fleet customers have consistently commented to me that their drivers are pleased with both of the improved performances of their engines as well as with the improved fuel economy which I understand is a function of operating with cleaner injectors

Leo Bickham
Leo’s Boats
Owner

Last year I received some badly contaminated fuel. As a result my boat had to be towed. To clean the 2500 gallon tank I used a vacuum truck after which we power sprayed the tank. Having done all of this, the lines were still clogged and the fuel looked like Peptol Bismol. With one shock treatment of CleanPro (Fuel Right®) the lines cleared and we were good to go. Now we treat every other fill-up with CleanPro (Fuel Right®), and we have not had a single problem in the past four months

Ed Hermann
Weeks Marine
Port Engineer

I was not a believer in products like CleanPro (Fuel Right®). I am NOW! Weeks will be re-powering 4 tugs starting in June and I am making Fuel Right® part of our diet when completed.

Charles Crawford
Reinhauer Transportation
Port Engineer

In August 2008 we began treating the fuel in the Meredith with CleanPro (Fuel Right®) and two months later we began treating the fuel in the Christian. Prior to the treatment both vessels were experiencing persistent issues caused by fouled fuel filters. Thanks to the CleanPro (Fuel Right®) treatment we quickly eliminated the need to change our fuel filters every ten to twelve hours and the next interval was about five hundred hours. Then, in May 2010 both vessels were placed in dry dock for routine maintenance. When I inspected the fuel tanks I was pleasantly surprised to see that neither the walls nor the floors of the tanks were covered with sludge.

Smitty
Atlantic Bulk Carriers

I meticulously maintain my diesel truck fleet so that these trucks are always able to refuel ships along the entire East Coast; this includes changing filters every 20,000 miles instead of the manufacturer recommended 30,000 mile intervals. When I was first introduced to CleanPro (Fuel Right®) I scoffed at the idea that sludge could be a problem. Unfortunately, almost immediately, one of my trucks stalled on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Bob Tatnall (at Fuel Right) asked me to hold on to the filter and send it to him for analysis. When it was cut open, to my surprise, it was clogged with thick black sludge. Since then, CleanPro (Fuel Right®) has become our standard treatment and we have had no stalling problems

Jim Dingus
Pallet One

My manufacturing plant is located in central Maine and our 10,000 gallon fuel tank is located outside the building. For years we used straight kerosene to heat the facility. In 2008 our fuel supplier told us about CleanPro (Fuel Right®)’s Bulk Winter Diesel., In order to save money we decided to make the switch from kerosene to less expensive heating oil blended with CleanPro (Fuel Right®) Winter Diesel. Fortunately, we have experienced very good results with the CleanPro (Fuel Right®) treatment these past three winters one of which (2009) was quite severe. I am also pleased with the cost savings that we have experienced

Bill Engle
Berwyn
Service Mgr.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania requires tank inspections every five (5) years. Treatment with CleanPro (Fuel Right®) was started on a 20,000 gallon Mack Oil tank in Parksburg, PA; seven (7) months later the tank was inspected. Mack Oil was prepared to do the usual week-long cleaning, using 2 persons in environmental protective clothing. When the tank was opened, no trace of sludge was found and the cleanup consisted of mopping up a water puddle.

Bill Engle
Berwyn
Service Mgr.

Mack Oil has bulk-treated all heating oil since 1996. By 2000 have virtually eliminated sludge-related service calls. By 2002 reduced, by attrition, size of service staff by half with same number of customers. Filter/strainer photos show what we now expect from customers’ systems versus new accounts that have not been treated with CleanPro (Fuel Right®)

Ken Reardon
Ken’s Oil Service
Owner

We have treated with CleanPro (Fuel Right®) for four years. Started first year with 50 customers – service problems were eliminated; all customers treated since then with Fuel Right® and service issues have been eliminated.

Gary Steer
Fredericks Fuel
Service Manager

We have used CleanPro (Fuel Right®) and Cold Flow products for more than 14 years and have maintained consistent positive results. I would recommend Fuel Right to anyone in our business.

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