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Diesel Fuel Oil Additives and Treatments

Used in conjunction with the Preferred PF series of automatic fuel oil filtration sets, these fuel oil additives can help break up water droplets and disperse sludge to improve filtration efficiency, increase boiler and engine performance, and increase overall reliability. Removing unwanted water from fuel tanks helps prevent corrossion, prevent leaks, and lengthen tank life. When ordered with the CA-1 option, Preferred filtration systems will store and automatically inject measured quantities of fuel additives to help keep tanks free of sludge and water buildup.  Preferred Utilities' industrial factory is located in Danbury, CT (Connecticut).

Key Benefits

  • Eliminate Sludge, Tar, Carbon, Gum, and Rust
  • Remove Sales, Water Condensation, and Bacteria Growth
  • Prevents Freeze-ups and Corrision
  • Suitable For All Diesel Fuel Grades
  • For Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Applications

PRODUCTS
Oil Dehydrator
Diesel Fuel Tank Water Dispersant / Additive For Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Applications - Improves the efficiency of coalescing water filtration systems by breaking up large water particles. Preferred Utilities' industrial factory is located in Danbury, CT (Connecticut).

Sludge Clean
Diesel Fuel Oil Conditioner / Additive, For Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Applications - Keeps injector nozzles from clogging and disperses sludge and moisture so it is more easily removed by conventional filtration systems. Preferred Utilities' industrial factory is located in Danbury, CT (Connecticut).

Tank Protector
All In One Complete System Treatment / Additive For Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Applications - Controls waxing and gelling, disperses water, cleans pumps and filter elements, prevents corrosion, and reduces boiler & engine smoke. Preferred Utilities' industrial factory is located in Danbury, CT (Connecticut).