Dirty diesel fuel can cause abnormal wear of an engine’s fuel injection system and cylinder, rapidly increase fuel consumption, and reduce its power and service life. Since the global upgrade of emissions regulations, advanced diesel engines have increasingly applied high-pressure common rail (HPCR) systems. However, the sophisticated and costly HPCR system requires high-standard fuel quality. Fine particles and even traces of water can cause damage to the HPCR and create downtime for vehicles. Since different countries and regions have different diesel oil levels, the guard period for the common rail system of diesel engines faces huge challenges.
The fuel filtration system of an engine should provide cleaner fuel quality and reach emissions standards. The proper fuel filtration media can maximize the cleanness of diesel oil and improve the service life of the engine.