Tests showed we did not have any water in the fuel, but there was sediment at the bottom of the tank.
The system was powered by a large electric motor that sucked the fuel out of the tank, through a screen and "gang" of 10 micron filters, then returned the fuel under pressure to dislodge any sediment at the bottom of the tank. When no further contaminants came through the clear return hose the system was left on for about 10 minutes to ensure that the fuel was completely cycled through the system.
|The unit and company phone #.|
|The "gang" of 10 micron filters.|
|Goop caught in the screen.|
|More goop from the screen.|
|The finer stuff caught in the filters.|