When water travels into your fuel tank it can be very problematic because it contaminates the fuel tank. It is a common problem that can be solved, but that doesn’t mean that it should be taken lightly. Hence, maintaining the fuel tank is important and can minimise the chances of water flowing into the fuel tank, contaminating it. After all, you don’t want to be spending loads of money on this problem.
How Does Water Fuel Contamination Occur?
There are a few reason why the fuel tank can become contaminated with water, one being the weather. When it is cold the fuel tank’s filters to get blocked by ice crystals. This results in an uneasy and awkward flow of fuel to the engine, which not only affects engine performance but can cause serious damage too.
Hot weather can also cause problems if there’s already water in fuel. The warmer temperatures are ideal for diesel bacteria to thrive, and the water in fuel provides them with the oxygen they need for respiration. Diesel bug can grow rapidly and feeds on the energy in fuel, meaning your engine will need more fuel to run shorter distances.
How to get rid of Water in Diesel Fuel
The best possible solution to get rid of water in diesel fuel is to use Coval Aquasolve. It works at a molecular level and removes the bonds in water and fuel, allowing the two to bond together to form a stable solution which leaves no free water in the tank – eliminating the issues that water in fuel causes. This fuel and diesel treatment only costs £15.00 for 500ml, or if you would rather purchase a 1l bottle, then it will cost online £25.00. Cheaper than other diesel fuel treatments and much more effective, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed with Coval Aquasolve!