Fuelcare provides a complete suite of sampling advice and site services for the testing of fuel quality & treatment. We adhere to industry practices such as Energy Institute guidelines and ISO 3170, offering global sampling services using the latest equipment and techniques.
Fuelcare advises on the appropriate types of samples for specific purposes, such as tank bottom or delivery line sampling, since 1989.
Fuelcare provides a variety of test kits for on-site monitoring of fuel quality and also have a modern laboratory for comprehensive analysis of fuel, filters, and injectors for all industries, regardless of fuel specification or problem.
Our standard laboratory examination checks and analyses the extent of microbiological growth in your fuel. This includes:
For further analyses' such as total particulate contamination, inorganic contamination or biodiesel quality checks please get in touch with Fuelcare for a full quotation. Simply send your samples to Fuelcare as securely as possible, preferably in a sealed plastic container, using a dangerous goods approved courier along with an MSDS of the fuel sample itself. A sample of between 100ml and 500ml is usually sufficient for most tests, however please contact Fuelcare if you are unsure.
Fuelcare employ both mobile & fixed polishing systems for the timely cleansing of your diesel fuels. Our fixed ClearFuel™ systems can be provided for direct, continuous polishing round-the-clock for large diesel storage applications where deposits, water & microbial growth need to be remedied. Fuelcare typically work on installations over 20,000 litres in volume. Where one-off polishing is required our mobile units can be deployed at short notice around the U.K.
Our systems include: 5 micron filtration with ISO 4406 results better than 18/16/13, Coalescing filter for water removal, Pre-filter/strainer for larger deposits, replacement filters and cloud-based systems for monitoring performance.
Fuelcare have employed the latest R & D to develop cloud-based fuel monitoring technologies in applications such as marine, rail, offshore and aviation. This includes the monitoring of fuel pump flow rates using LoRAWAN technology, one of the first in the world, fuel additive injection systems in terminals & depots and monitoring and control of remote fuel tank systems.
Fuelcare can use the latest systems to monitor & control a wide range of fuel-based systems. These include: