Stage 1

Fuel Testing & Sampling

ATP. Our onsite laboratory enables us to test for microbial activity in your fuel. We can visit your site, take a sample of the fuel or you can deliver your sample to us.

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Stage 2

Recirculation & Recovery

When microbial activity is identified in a fuel tank, the Recirculation & Recovery machine is the fastest means of decontaminating and returning the fuel to its optimum clear and pure condition.


Stage 3

Uplifting Contamination

Contamination at the bottom of the tank can be quickly uplifted and removed by our own purpose built petroleum regulated vehicles. Good fuel can then be uplifted, re-circulated and recovered, minimising the process time and ensuring that all of your fuel is filtered.


Stage 4

Tank Cleaning

Our tank cleaning operatives are specialists in their field. They are highly trained to internally clean above or underground tanks, this in itself gives you the peace of mind that your tanks are completely cleaned prior to your fuel going back into the tank.


Stage 5

Fuel Conditioning System

For ongoing, permanent protection fuel needs to pass through a Conditioner at least once every 28 days. Conditioners are fitted in suction lines immediately after the outlet of the fuel tank, and ahead of any other devices such as particulate filters, pumps and meters. A Conditioner on the outlet ensures that all fuel drawn from the tank is free from microbial contamination.


Stage 6


Fuel that remains static in a tank for over 28 days is susceptible to recontamination because tank vents allow condensation to enter. Levels of microbial contamination in storage tanks can be monitored by conducting ATP tests on fuel samples drawn from the tank.