De-Bug Microbial Decontamination Unit - 3 Sizes

$258.76
17803

Have a problem with bugs in your diesel? Want to prevent bugs from even entering your diesel?

Diesel is organic, thus a food source to microscopic fungi, yeast and bacteria. Water helps germination, carbon is a food source, and there is oxygen and sulphar for respiration and trace elements for growth. Thick colonies of fungus can grow from seperate living independent cells, and can have a rapid grow ratw, with a single cell multiplying into a 10kg sludge within 24 hours.

"The De-Bug Contamination Unit is a static in-line magnetic killing device - leading fuel in and out of a complex oscillating magnetic field in precise proportions to the flow rate."

The bugs are exploded into tiny microscpic particles that are able to pass through the filter and burn in the combustion process, helping reduce emissions and increase horse power.

"The Tri-mag (three magnets) stack and unique flowpath ensure a laboratory kill rate of 98%+ in a single pass" (ICI Corporate Research Laboratory Bio-Deterioration Service)

Further test and Testimonials:- 

  • RIVO - Dutch Fishing Research Institute 
  • Shell NZ
  • NZ Fire Service
  • Bureau Veritas Marine Division
  • Tranz Rail - Interislander Lynx Condor
  • SIRIM - Standards of Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia
  • Power & Water Authority Australia
  • Western Mining Corporation
  • Thai Railways
  • Shell Deepwater Production - Oil Rig
  • Port of Singapore Authority

Consequences of Microbial Bugs:-

  • Toxic acids attack the fuel system
  • Filters clog to bursting point
  • Faulty guages
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Toxic smoky exhaust fumes
  • Engine starvation
  • Reduced horse power
  • Injector nozzles, pumps, fuel tanks and hoses are irreparably damaged

Indications of your diesel is contaminated:

  • Odour: like rotten eggs due to the hydrogen sulphide
  • Colour: fuel is darker
  • Appearance: murky, slimy or matted gunk
  • Excess Smoke: incomplete combustion
  • A Sluggish Unresponsive Engine
  • Corrosion: due to acids produced
  • Filter Plugging: premature clogged filters

Due to these consequences there can be a cost:-

  • High, ongoing maintenance
  • High fuel consumption
  • Engines stop at sea
  • Trucks break down in remote areas
  • Generators break down during emergencies
  • Costly damage to the fuel system, engine and tank

Specs:-

Model

Connection

Horsepower Guide

L140

¼ NPT

Up to 100

L500

½ NPT

100-300

L1000

-10 SAE

250-600


Model = maximum fuel flow rate of system & return eh L140 = 140LPH

L1000 model can be installed in a simple back to back matrix, enabling up to 4000 LPH flow rate

 L140- 

  • Engine ratings usually up to 100 - 125 HP
  • Recommended flow rate up to 140 liters per hour
  • When mounted flow unit left to right
  • Marine grade LM6 anti corrosion aluminium alloy
  • 60mm dia. x 105mm h x 84mm w
  • 1/4" NPT
  • Operating pressure 40psi
  • Installed with x2 8mm bolts

L500-

  • Engine ratings 100 - 300 HP
  • Recommended flow rate up to 500 liters per hour
  • When mounted flow unit left to right
  • Marine grade LM6 anti corrosion aluminium alloy
  • 115mm dia. x 150mm h x 124mm w
  • 1/2" NPT
  • Operating pressure 50psi
  • Installed with x2 10mm bolts

L1000- 

  • Engine ratings 250 - 675 HP
  • Recommended flow rate up to 1000 liters per hour
  • When mounted flow unit left to right to left
  • Marine grade LM6 anti corrosion aluminium alloy
  • 110mm dia. x 194mm h x 114mm w
  • 10 SAE thread
  • Operating pressure 50psi
  • Installed with x2 10mm bolts