985 system protection Fuel Guard: Our solution against diesel plague

985 System Protection Fuel Guard: Our Solution against Diesel Plague

Reading time: ca. 3 min. | An article by Lisa Ribka | TUNAP Blog

Diesel plague: formation of micro-sludge in the fuel.

Diesel plague: formation of micro-sludge in the fuel.

Micro-sludge in the fuel

Our biocide-free fuel system protection stabilizes the quality of diesel and biodiesel fuels and prevents the formation of biological contaminants. But what exactly is biological contamination?

If the fuel remains in the tank for a long time, the water content of the existing fuel can increase. This is also reinforced by the biofuel content in commercially available diesel. An increased water content in the fuel favors the growth of bacteria, yeasts and fungi. Over time, these then form a biological sludge, which is colloquially referred to as diesel plague. This bio-sludge gradually clogs the fuel system and can even lead to its failure.

Against diesel plague: TUNAP microflex 985 Fuel Guard system protection.

TUNAP microflex 985 Fuel Guard system protection.

985 works after 30 minutes

Our 985 from the microflex line impresses with its strong and, above all, particularly fast effect, despite the biocide-free formulation.

Tests have confirmed that the new TUNAP product is already effective 30 minutes after adding it to the fuel. Even three months later optimal effectiveness can still be demonstrated. It is also Euro-7 compliant and has low toxicity. Due to the numerous advantages, our product can clearly stand out from the competition, which is why we have already applied for a patent.

The product can be used either as a shock dose or on a regular basis to prevent the build-up of biological contamination. 985 can be used universally on various vehicle types: from passenger cars, construction machinery, agricultural machinery, commercial vehicles and campers to fuel tanks and ships.

Get Our Newsletter

We inform you about news from the TUNAP GROUP. This way you are always up to date.

Subscribe now