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3 Things to Know About the Safe Operation of Fuel Dispenser Filters with Biofuels

Almost every convenience store sells gasoline containing 10% ethanol (E10) and many are considering expansion of their fuel offering to include fuels containing 15% ethanol (E15).


3 Considerations for Reducing Dispenser Downtime With Prudent Filter Selection

Fuel dispensers require more maintenance than most other equipment at a convenience store. The choices c-store retailers make regarding their fuel dispenser filtration can decrease dispenser downtime....

If the proper maintenance steps aren’t taken, freezing temperatures can cause components to malfunction and the fluid itself to freeze up and put DEF storage and dispensing equipment at risk.

One of the biggest challenges for fuel site operators and retailers is the corrosion and degradation that can happen inside diesel storage tanks.

If significantly contaminated fuel is inadvertently dispensed from USTs, it could severely damage both automotive engines and dispensers.

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) management can be a challenge for drivers who deal with the unforgiving nature of their diesel-powered vehicle’s precision-engineered Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology.

Retailers who observe either of the following conditions during fueling should pursue follow-up measures.

One task that can get lost in the shuffle is the need to monitor and replace the fuel dispenser filters. One type of filter in particular can be the very thing preventing the distribution of bad gas.