The DieselCheck Inspection Program from Tanknology enables site owners to prevent disruption or shutdown caused by contaminated diesel fuel by taking a proactive approach to identifying potential problems in a site's diesel fuel stock. The program utilizes periodic fuel sampling and analysis to give site owners the opportunity to treat or filter their fuel to sustain optimum system performance. On scheduled intervals, Tanknology field technicians use a proprietary sampling method to collect fuel samples from diesel storage tanks. The samples are visually analyzed for particulates, microbes or bottom water. If water is found, it is removed using Tanknology's FuelPure fuel filtration service. If the fuel contamination is substantial, a fuel additive or biocide can be employed to address the problem. If the fuel is anything less than "clear and bright," it may be sent for laboratory analysis. If lab results indicate a problem requiring further intervention, Tanknology’s TankCam visual internal inspection, coupled with the TankClean thorough tank-cleaning process, may be employed, according to the company.