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Bulk Storage Fuel Filtration (brochure)Bulk Storage Fuel Filtration

These systems are designed to use an existing dispensing pump to filter the fuel through the PFS filtration system. The centrifugal 3-micron filtration systems are designed to remove water and the majority of solid contaminates including: dirt, metal, bacteria, algae, microbes, sludge, and other solids.


  • Centrifugal water separation
  • Less downtime and lower costs
  • Water drain and sight glass
  • Often times better fuel economy
  • 3-micron depth-type filter element
  • PFS filter should last 150,000 +
  • Long depth-type filter life gallons of filtered fuel.
  • Suction or pressure side install
  • Ultra clean fuel 100% of the time
  • Patented proven product Bulk Storage Fuel Filtration
  • No more premature filter clogging
  • Used on diesel fuels and bio-diesel
  • Used by the US Military & OEM’s
  • Longer OEM filter life
  • Protects Tier II and Tier III engines
  • Longer pump and injector life
  • Removes water, bacteria, algae,
  • Longer engine life microbes, and other solids.
  • Higher engine performance
  • Meets OEM fuel cleanliness

How do the centrifugal systems work?
The fuel enters the filtration housing and immediately starts to rotate in a downward motion, the centrifugal force causes the heavier solids and free water molecules to separate from the fuel and settle to the bottom of the
housing. The fuel then flows upward through a 3-micron depth-type filter element where the majority of the solid contaminates are trapped inside the filter element. If there is free water still remaining in the fuel it will be
absorbed by the filter during this process. The filtered fuel then flows through the center return pipe and ultra clean fuel exits the housing.

Water sight glasses, gauge, and a ball valve drain are all standard features.
Water sensors, pressure sensors, and pump & motor systems are available.

Why do I need better filtration?
Your current dispensing pleated paper filters are not efficient enough to clean the fuel and they provide very little water protection. The newer engines require ultra clean water free fuel to help eliminate premature filter clogging
and fuel injector system failures.

What are the industry fuel cleanliness standards?
We have spoke to the leading OEM’s and the leading fuel testing labs around the United States and they all have similar fuel cleanliness standards. The maximum allowable contamination is ISO 20/19/15 and the recommended fuel
cleanliness level is between ISO 19/16/12 to 16/14/12.

How often do your filters need to be replaced?
Most of our customers are changing filters every six months. We have some customers filtering 200,000 to 350,000 gallons in between filter changes.

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