By TIM RIVARD (President FuelRight Canada) and BOB TATNALL (ex Dupont Chemicals) The advent of ULSD (Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel) fuel has helped the industry achieve some of the goals for reducing emissions, but at a cost. Sulphur of itself acts as a disinfectant keep any bacterial contamination at bay. Remove the sulphur, as we have done and the likelihood of diesel bug in it’s various forms increases…..
SERVICING MODERN DIESELS. By Allan Gray Allan Gray is a well respected diesel engineer working for Terrain Tamer in Australia with 63 years experience in the automotive trade. His comments regarding the problems for modern diesel illustrate is issues facing diesel engine operators, especially since the advent of Common Rail Diesels. However if the was one message that rings loud and clear it is that of contaminated fuel.