Liter: 25 LTR
Unitor™ FuelPower™ Conditioner stabilizes and stops sludge formation in fuel tanks. Unitor™ FuelPower™ Conditioner also improves separation reducing the amount of sludge wasted.
Fuel stability and compatibility is an increasing problem with modern marine heavy fuels, especially with blending of low sulfur fuels.
The solution for handling these unstable and incompatible fuels is Unitor™ FuelPower™ Conditioner, it stabilizes and stops sludge formation in fuel tanks.
Unitor™ FuelPower™ Conditioner also improves separation reducing the amount of sludge wasted keeping the fuel homogeneous through the whole fuel system delivering a stable fuel ready for combustion.
- Stabilizes fuel blends, reducing compatibility problems
- Disperses and prevents sludge formation
- Reduces the amount of sludge wasted in the centrifugal separator
- The conditioning properties of Unitor™ FuelPower™ Conditioner ensures your fuel is stable and that a minimum of sludge is wasted in tanks and centrifugal separators
- With purifier working efficiently, filters clean and fuel system in good shape you can focus on the important things
|Appearance||Clear, light brown|
|Flash Point [°C]||>61|
|Not Compatible||May swell rubber and synthetic rubber|
Directions for use
Dosage and control
Ideally, FuelPower Conditioner should be dosed directly into the bunker tank prior to bunkering. However, it can be introduced to the settling tank or during transfer from storage. Dosage rates are best determined from the results of fuel analysis, i.e. sediment content or compatibility test which is easily performed on board using the Compatibility Test Kit.
0.05 OR LESS
0.5 OR OVER*
* Avoid using this fuel if possible.
** Fully compatible blends, with a sediment percentage of less than 0.05, should not require treatment for incompatibility. Marginal number 1 spots may cause sludging if the fuel is not handled carefully, so some treatment may be necessary, especially if other problems such as water content or corrosion are apparent.
If test results are not available, an initial dose of 1:15 000 is recommended, and adjustments made as necessary.
The average dosage for FuelPower Conditioner is 1:15 000 or 67 ppm. When starting a dosage into a fuel tank it is advisable to use a staged dosage to avoid high amounts of sludge from the fuel into purifiers and filters. This is especially important if the fuel tank has not been cleaned for an extended period of time. With a stage dosing smaller amounts of sludge will be picked up and over a longer period of time.
Initial dosage not to upset the tank
2nd & 3rd Time
Second and third dosages can be done a bit higher as most of the easily available sludge will be gone
4th time and forward
From the 4th dosage and forward the recommended dosage of 1:15 000 can be used