DFS’ comprehensive range of in-tank floats can accurately determine water contamination, phase separation and fuel density. Phase-separated fuel occurs when water in the tank causes the ethanol in the fuel to become saturated and then settle at the bottom of the tank. The density kit continuously measures the density of the fuel in the tank, providing a measure of even the smallest changes in product quality within the configured density range, helping you to ensure the quality of the product for both you and your customers. Investing in DFS floats can provide you real-time information to help initiate any corrective actions before serious issues develop and cause financial loss to your business.
Simply put, the density of fuel affects engine performance, so it important that you monitor your inventory for any changes. Thankfully, our floats can help determine any alterations quickly, before performance is compromised. Furthermore, our density floats are able to determine the exact product mix for blended fuels, making it simple to identify if any ratios differ from what is expected, or that has been ordered from the supplier.