PROTECT YOUR UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS WHILE SAVING MONEY WITH OUR EASY TO USE TANK CLEAN PRODUCT
Tank Clean is an easy, do-it-yourself maintenance additive for underground or above-ground storage tanks containing any grade of diesel fuel. The inherent qualities of diesel fuel lends itself to unchecked growth and proliferation of certain types of fungus and bacteria. Tank Clean addresses these issues with regular scheduled treatments of affected storage tanks.
Tanks that are cleaned and regularly treated with Tank Clean have proven tokeep diesel clear & bright and clear & dry for many months using a regular treatment schedule. Such diesel fuel ensures a quality product to be stored, dispensed, and consumed.
- Ensures Diesel Purity
- Inhibits Fungal and Bacterial Growth
- Prevents Filter Clogging
- Arrests Microbial Activity
- Keeps Dispensers High-Flow
- Protects Tanks from Bug Cultivation
One quart of Tank Clean will treat up to 8,000 gallons of diesel fuel. A shock treatment can be implemented for as small as 1000 gallons per quart of Tank Clean applied. A regularly scheduled dosing program has proven effective at a tank treatment every 2 – 3 months.
In addition to using Tank Clean as a regular part of a scheduled maintenance program, it is suggested to keep water levels to a minimum, ultimately reducing the formation of rag layers (sludge) in the bottom of the tank. These rag layers are the effects of active microbial waste.
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW MANY GALLONS OF DIESEL WILL ONE QUART OF TANK CLEAN TREAT?
8,000 gallons. A shock treatment may be applied to as little as 1,000 gallons.
DOES TANK CLEAN NEED TO BE APPLIED WITH PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT?
Yes, a pair of gloves and eye protection will suffice.
WILL TANK CLEAN DISPERSE WATER IN MY TANK?
No. Tank Clean will dissolve in the water phase of the tank in order to effectively arrest and inhibit microbial activity.
WILL TANK CLEAN HELP OUR DISPENSERS AND STAY HIGH-FLOW AND PREVENT FILTER CLOGGING?
Yes, with regular tank treatments Tank Clean will prevent microbial contamination of the fuel system, including lines, dispensers, filters, and ultimately the power equipment using diesel fuel.