The Fiber Optic Difference

Providing tank owners for the first time with a safe, inexpensive look inside fuel tanks, our system is a patent-pending approach to inspect and clean fuel in underground and aboveground storage tanks.

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It utilizes:

  • Fiber-optic technology to provide an unprecedented look at in-tank fuel quality and bottom contamination.
  • An integrated vacuum system that simultaneously can extract fuel impurities upon sighting.
  • A ten-stage filtration process removing impurities to maximize the amount of fuel that can be returned to the tank.

How our system benefits tank owners

  • Efficient tank-bottom inspection without shutting down the fuel-storage system or loss of revenue.
  • Integrated scope and vacuum probe visually inspects and cleans fuel at the same time
  • Powerful vacuum removes water, sludge, microbial bacteria and sediment.
  • Fiber-optic scope probes the entire tank bottom — including low spots where water and bacteria accumulate.
  • Visual confirmation shows that the tank bottom is free of water, sludge, sediment and damaging bacteria.
  • Fuel restoration yields substantial savings on contaminated fuel disposal.
  • Process prevents phase separation by keeping water out of all locations in tanks.

Getting the water out and keeping it out is the key to clean, uncontaminated fuel and rust-free UST’s and AST’s

difference1 Installing a hose or pipe straight down the fill pipe is a typical method of water removal.
difference2 Installing a hose or pipe straight down the fill pipe is a typical method of water removal.
difference3 The keys to a clean UST or AST are:

  • being able to reach the entire tank bottom
  • having a visual confirmation that the tank is free of water and contamination
  • having a regularly scheduled maintenance program.