Dipslide testing for bacterial infection in fuel
Water can form in any fuel tank, typically from condensation, poor ventilation or water ingress (especially common in marine vessels). Water, while a contamination itself, is the main cause of formation of all other forms of contaminations, such as bacteria, yeast and moulds. Infections then quickly multiply and can lead to blocked fuel filters, damaged injectors, engine failure and can be potentially life threatening if back up power supplies fail.
We therefore recommend fuel is checked regularly for signs of contamination so any infection can be treated early on.
To prevent and/ or treat infection, we recommend our popular biocide, BIOKEM.
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Diesel, Petrol, Heating Oil, MDO, Kerosene
EASY TO USE
Immerse in fuel and leave for several days for results.
Discover a contamination early before it is untreatable.
We can supply effective treatment and advice if infection is present.
- Easy to use
- results within 1 – 5 days
- test for bacteria, yeast and moulds
- available in packs of 1 or 10
- suitable for diesel, petrol, kerosene, heating oil or MDO.
The dip slide is held within a container which keeps the agar clean before and during processing. An instruction sheet and a growth chart are also included.For most accurate results, we recommend using an incubator to keep the sample at a consistent temperature of between 30 and 35 Degrees Centigrade.
The Micro Dip Slides are easy to use and test for bacteria, yeast and moulds. Suitable for:
- Heating Oil
We highly recommend treating any bacterial infection as early as possible with WASP® BIOKEM SP15 to prevent further spreading of the bacteria.
WASP® BIOKEM SP15 can be used to prevent further spreading of bacteria even with very heavy growth, but please note, it will not remove the residue already there.
To remove existing residue, a fuel cleaning system should be used.
Order your fuel testing dipslides today for delivery in 3-5 days. Free postage and packaging. UK Delivery only.Product Range Gallery Guide to Fuel Polishing Detailed Fuel Analysis