East Yorkshire firm Aqua Zorb has developed a system for removing water in fuel tanks to improve the reliability of engines and reduce the likelihood of filter-blocking bacteria growing. The simple item is a strip of sturdy nylon fabric filled with an absorbent inert, non-toxic chemical formulation. A steel rod pins the cell at the bottom of the fuel tank, where it slowly swells as it absorbs water. See also: Latest tacho, licence and red diesel rules explained A stainless […]
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