Ultra Clean Diesel In Minutes
Solving Fuel & Oil Contamination Challenges
Ultra Clean Diesel in Minutes
Your storage tanks probably have been exposed to years of dirty fuel, atmospheric dirt and water ingression. While you can’t always control the condition of the fuel you receive, you can indeed have an impact on how clean it is before it enters your machine. Fuel dispensers are the last and most critical point to capture microscopic dirt particles & water before they make their way to the expensive and delicate components of fuel injection systems to wreak havoc.
Smart Filtration Kits
Smart Filtration Kits are designed for ease of installation & service and come with our Ultra High Efficiency Filters that fit on our cast aluminum filter heads to accept high flow rates and extend service life. Smart Filtration cast aluminum Filter Heads with steel inserts prevent excessive metal-to-metal friction and adhesion between the head and the filter. Our Dual Filter Heads are designed for parallel flow for the lowest pressure drop while providing Ultra High Efficiency Single Pass Filtration.
Smart Filtration Kit Installation in Minutes
A pump without a Smart Filtration Kit installed.
Minimal tools or expertise required.
It only takes minutes to start pumping Ultra Clean Diesel!
Filter Service in Seconds
Loosen used or clogged filter.
Line up threads.
Modern Engines Demand Clean Fuel
Progressive introduction of increasingly stringent emission standards have resulted in sophisticated diesel engines that require cleaner fuel than ever before to operate efficiently, due to injection pressures of more than 30,000 PSI and extremely tight tolerances. In engines where precision is everything, you can’t risk the damage done by high-velocity microscopic contaminants. At 30,000 PSI (2000 BAR), every unfiltered particle acts almost like a tiny sandblaster, eroding the injector, creating inefficient spray- patterns and potentially over-fueling the engine. A fouled injector doesn’t spray fuel efficiently and may lead to improper idle, irregular fuel distribution, unsuitable exhaust emissions and poor fuel economy.