Dispenser Filtration

New E85-Compatible Spin-On Dispenser Filters  from PetroClear<sup>®</sup> Promote Fuel System Integrity

New E85-Compatible Spin-On Dispenser Filters from PetroClear® Promote Fuel System Integrity

PetroClear®, a longtime trusted manufacturer of fuel-dispensing filters, has introduced two 10-micron particulate-removing spin-on dispenser filters – the 40510PE and 40510PE-AD – engineered for compatibility with E85 fuel. Fuels with high concentrations of ethanol, such as E85, can affect the performance of materials used in fuel storage and dispensing systems. Using materials not specified for…
Four Things to Know about Microns that Can Change Your Fuel Filtration Game

Four Things to Know about Microns that Can Change Your Fuel Filtration Game

When considering the range of equipment and components engineered to deliver quality fuel to a consumer, the fuel dispenser filter could easily be considered one of the most valuable players on the forecourt. That’s because they represent the last line of defense for preventing the distribution of contamination into a vehicle. But with the vast…
Five Reasons Why a 5-Micron Filter Should Be Inside Your Fuel Dispenser

Five Reasons Why a 5-Micron Filter Should Be Inside Your Fuel Dispenser

A 2018 industry survey of convenience store customers shows that a station’s reputation is playing a bigger role in a consumer’s decision to fuel at that station. However, delivering clean fuel to customers has become increasingly challenging, largely due to the influx of ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD). There is one tool out there – the…
8 Ways Fuel Contamination Can Spoil a Fuel Operation

8 Ways Fuel Contamination Can Spoil a Fuel Operation

No matter what industry you are in, detecting problems at the onset and before things can get worse is a worthy goal that can mean the difference between profit and loss, and the life and death of your business. In the fueling industry, one of the biggest headaches facing convenience store owners and operators concerns…
Microns and Micron Ratings: What Every Fuel Site Operator Needs to Know

Microns and Micron Ratings: What Every Fuel Site Operator Needs to Know

At some point, most humans lose the capability to grasp just how immense or minute certain numbers or objects are. Take, for example, the number one trillion. A trillion is one million million, meaning that if you were to spend one million dollars a day, you would need one million days to spend one trillion…