Marketers are experiencing an increase in dispenser filter changes, longer and more frequent service calls, and increased maintenance costs on their diesel fuel systems. Accelerated corrosion in tanks and on equipment throughout the fuel system is making it harder for technicians to service the equipment. Annual biocide treatments and tank cleanings seem to alleviate the issue at a point in time, but corrosion continues to develop in between services due to the reintroduction of microbes and water with every delivery and through ground/surface intrusion.


  • Increasing maintenance and testing costs
  • Increasing filter changes
  • Corroded shear valves unable to actuate fully or properly
  • Nozzles that won’t properly shut off
  • Fuel quality related issues


Water that gets into diesel fuel tanks either during fuel drops or through ground/surface intrusion is allowing microbial activity to thrive, causing corrosion throughout the fuel system. Annual treatments and cleanings may not be keeping up with the water coming into tanks. The long-term solution is a system that will proactively remove the water to stop the corrosion from forming on an ongoing basis.



Proactively monitor for and remove the main corrosion-causing elements including water and moisture from diesel tanks and containment sumps with the Corrosion Control System. Keep your system running at peak performance to avoid costly maintenance, equipment replacement, downtime, and even  system failure caused by excessive corrosion.

Water Separator

The Water Separator captures water and acid from the bottom of the tank, and provides water level indication for manual removal.

EVO™ 600 Automatic Tank Gauge

The EVO™ 600 ATG provides automated control and monitoring of the Water Separator. Ongoing monitoring of the tank environment for corrosive environments is also provided via the Corrosion Detection Sensor.

Multiplexing Sensor Hub

The Multiplexing Sensor Hub increases your ATG sensor inputs to accomodate the Corrosion Control™ System without having to run new conduit.