Don’t worry…we’ve got you covered.

We can provide recurring services on an annual, semi-annual, or any schedule you require to sustain continued stress free maintenance. We specialize in fuel tanks and power generation equipment. We can rescue your dirty lubricants as well with our vacuum dehydration and filtering capabilities. Call us for details today!

All fuel is created equal…
but it doesn’t stay that way.

We provide both Pre-Treatment* as well as Post-Treatment* sampling which can be submitted to an independent laboratory for testing. Testing includes ASTM D 2276, mg/L Particulate Contaminant, ASTM D 2709, vol % Water and Sediment in Distillate Fuels, as well as ASTM E 1259, Bacteria Count /ml Micro-organism Culture Study in Fuel Oils.

* Independent Laboratory Testing incurs additional fees.

Found out you have a major problem….No problem! We have multiple units and crews to quickly respond to your location in the event of an emergency*. Don’t wait for a fuel supplier to simply remove the bad fuel and replenish with good fuel into a contaminated tank. Let us clean both the tank and fuel and get you going quickly!

* Additional Fees may apply.

We maintain over 200,000 gallons (4,200 bbls) of fuel storage capacity between three of our own facilities in the Houston market (Northwest, Northeast, and Southwest) and have a fleet of short trucks and transport trucks to assist in logistics and delivery.

Let us maintain your fuel and tank hygiene all year round. Ask about our NextGen Generator Protection* services and become priority if the time ever arises.

* Contract Required.

Fuel Tank Storage

Tank hygiene keeps both the tank and fuel inside clean, fresh, and ready for work. Annual testing is critical for maintenance.

Power Generation

Clean fuel is always critical when your GenSet is required for use. Let us maintain your fuel and tank for emergency situations.

Independent Lab Testing

Post service independent lab testing ensures your fuel and lubricants have met specifications.

Untreated / Uncared for Fuel Storage Tank

Left untouched, a tank will begin to accumulate water; from either direct entry from unsealed areas such as vents, or from general condensation due to ambient temperature changes. Also, the dirt, dust, and contaminates will begin to become present at the bottom of the tank. The presence of water will fuel the growth of micro-organisms and allow them to thrive. The secretion and waste of the micro-organisms will begin to form the “slime and sludge” you may encounter on the sides and within the dirt contaminate layer.

Once the levels of water and dirt become abundant, the owner of this tank is likely to begin seeing the water and some contaminates being pulled into the fuel pick up tube. It the storage tank owner isn’t using the proper fuel filtration system or even any filter on this tank, the water could possibly be able to reach the vehicle or equipment casing large, catastrophic, or even terminal damage.