Plant engineers of industrial operations are always under pressure to maximise plant availability reduce maintenance costs, optimise fuel use and generally contribute to the sustainability of the operation.
Boilers, furnaces, steam generators, heat and power generators, etc are all susceptible to changes in fuel quality and the efforts of fuel suppliers to blend ‘new’ and ‘exotic’ fuels within national fuel standards. Couple this with the demands of modern equipment design and stringent emissions expectations, and engineers have a challenge to meet targets relating to fuel economy, emissions and sustainability. And it isn’t just modern equipment. Many facilities are obliged to operate and maintain much older equipment whilst satisfying the internal and external demands. In many cases the benefits of a high quality fuel are the same: generally cleaner fuel tanks; and a more efficient, cleaner combustion process.
We understand that with plant and equipment running at, near or even in excess of nameplate capacity and with downtime costing many thousands of pounds, it isn’t always easy to try something new. At exocet® we are happy to work with you and your fuel supplier in order to optimise your fuel storage and use with the goal to increase plant on-time, reduce maintenance costs and improve the operation’s sustainability.
The exocet® range of fuel storage products and industrial combustion enhancers will all contribute positively to the plant effectiveness and efficiency.
Industrial Fuel Additives (IFA) are a range of open flame combustion improvers positively affecting fuel storage and combustion and can be tailored to fuel type and operation
FASTFlame® is a patented formulation offering instantaneous fuel economy benefits and reduced carbon emissions
Fuel Store Plus increases the fuel shelf life in long term of low turnover fuel and inhibits microbiological growth
Anti Bug internationally recognised fuel soluble biocide to both kill microbial infestations and prevent their formation
Anti Wax bridges the gap between the supply of summer and winter grade fuel and increases the fuel handling capabilities in times of extreme cold weather
• Reduced maintenance cost and downtime
• Burner and combustion chamber keep clean functionality
• Water separation reduces load on fuel filters and potential damage to pumps and burners
• Improved combustion efficiency reduces particulate and gaseous emissions
• Deposit control leads to consistent combustion performance and overall improved fuel economy
• Fuel stays fresher for longer
• Reduced likelihood of microbial infection
• All year round cold flow improvement