Are you ready to dive into the remainder of the top 10 fuel tests to consider for maintaining the health of stored fuel? Then don't miss part two of my guide to fuel care. Today I’ll discuss why fuel testing is often overlooked, as well as how to ensure your fuel is always in good condition when you need to use it.
Listen in to learn the importance of sulfur testing, how it plays a crucial role in maintaining the health of stored fuel, and more. If your goal is maintaining the health of any stored fuel that might be under your care, this episode is for you.
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What You'll Learn:
- The three things you need to do to take care of stored fuel.
- Why fuel testing is often overlooked.
- How to ensure your fuel is always in good condition for when you need to use it.
- The importance of sulfur testing.
- What you need to know about distillation when it comes to fuel.
- Why water content matters.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
- “Once the symptoms are severe enough for you to observe them, the damage is already well on its way to being done.” - Erik Bjornstad
- “The old way to take care of stored fuel doesn’t really hold up anymore.” - Erik Bjornstad
- “There is no one thing that encompasses everything you have to do to take care of stored fuel.” - Erik Bjornstad
- “If you have too much water content, not only is it easier for microbes to grow, but it can also cause warranty issues.” - Erik Bjornstad
- “You want to make sure that when you do a sulfur test, you leave enough time to fix the sulfur levels if they’re too high.” - Erik Bjornstad
- Erik Bjornstad: LinkedIn
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