STS 7004 Programmable Automated Fuel Filtration Systems are self-contained, stand-alone systems that remove and prevent the buildup of water, sludge and contaminants in tanks. They stabilize diesel and bio-fuels, eliminate microbial contamination and optimize and maintain fuel quality. STS systems guarantee Peak Engine and Reliable Power at All Times.
All STS Systems feature:
Multi-stage water removal and particulate ﬁltration
NEMA 12, 13, 4 Powder Coated or Stainless
UL508A Smart Filtration Controller
Continuous-Duty Pump, Viton Seals
Stainless Steel Plumbing
Stand-Alone, Reliable & Turn-Key
Implementing STS Fuel Quality Optimization & Maintenance Systems guarantee Optimal Fuel Quality for Reliable Power At All Times. STS 7000 Series prevents downtime, periodic tank cleaning, replacing out-of-spec fuel and fuel-quality related injection system repairs.
The new STS 7000 Series is equipped with a UL508A Touch-Screen Controller with connectivity for more intuitive system setup and monitoring from remote locations.
Modbus, TCP/IP, LAN and Internet connectivity
E-mail & SMS Maintenance Alerts
Maintenance Alert Log File
Multiple tank Functionality -- Available in Single Tank (Standard) Two Tank, Three Tank, or Four Tank Optional Configurations
For safe operation, the STS 7000 Series’ Touch-Screen Controller triggers automatic alarms and shuts down the pump when filters need service; a leak is detected; high separator water level, high filter vacuum, or high pump pressure occurs; or when the fuel ﬂow is out of range.
Fuel is inherently unstable. It naturally forms sediments, solids and tank sludge. Clogged filters, smoke and damage to injection systems are often symptoms of less than optimal fuel quality causing engines to be unreliable, smoke, lose power and ultimately fail. Water naturally accumulates in storage tanks due to condensation or leaks in fills and vents. Water and temperature changes create an environment for microbial growth and natural oxidation, accelerating formation of sludge, acids and tank corrosion.
Implementing STS Fuel Maintenance Systems assures Optimal Fuel Quality & Reliable Engine Performance at all times. It prevents costly downtime, periodic tank cleaning, replacing out of spec fuel and injection system repairs.
Preventive Maintenance Plans for mission-critical power are essential. However, most service agreements do not cover fuel-related engine failures. Fuel has a limited shelf-life and even “fresh fuel” could contain water, sediment, microbes and bio-fuel components upon delivery.
Periodic generator tests-runs are too short to determine if fuel quality is adequate for the demands of continuous, full-load operation. In fact, generator test runs significantly accelerate the fuel polymerization and degradation process by returning fuel that has been compromised by heat and pressure back to the tank.
Potential liabilities can easily be avoided by implementing an AXI Fuel Quality Maintenance Program as part of every disaster recovery plan. An STS 7000 Series Programmable Automated Fuel Filtration System automatically maintains fuel quality and guarantees reliable emergency power whenever it is needed.
The system is automatically operated by the programmable UL508A Touch-Screen Controller with Modbus, TCP/IP, LAN and Internet connectivity. All components and control devices are contained within a fully enclosed, lockable, weatherproof, NEMA-rated cabinet.
The principal components are a continuous-duty motor with coupled gear pump, a strainer/primary coalescing filter with vacuum sensor and gauge, an ALGAE-X Fuel Conditioner and a secondary water block fine filter with pressure gauge and sensor. The SEPAR primary filter protects the pump, coalesces and removes water and particulate. The patented ALGAE-X Fuel Conditioner prevents and reverses fuel degradation, agglomerization and microbial contamination. The secondary filter is a quick-change spin-on filter designed to remove
dissolved and emulsified water and contaminants down to 1 µ.
For safe operation the STS 7000 Series is equipped with a drip tray monitored by a leak detector. Additional safety elements include automatic system shut-down and indicators when filter elements require service, high pump vacuum exists or a flow interruption is detected.
Fuel Maintenance is an important part of periodic generator maintenance programs – just like changing the oil and ensuring the batteries are charged.
Do you have a “Fuel Maintenance Program” in place?
Can you afford a clogged filter shutting down your generator?
When did you last test your fuel or check the tank for water & sediments?
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