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Australia-based analytics and field technologies company Leighton O'Brien has expanded its global fuel cleaning operations into Ireland following an agreement with retail petroleum solutions provider, TSG Ireland.

TSG's fully trained and safety certified technicians will deliver Leighton O'Brien's patented tank cleaning and fuel restoration technology, supported by fuel data analysis and reporting by highly qualified analysts.

Paul Farren, general manager of TSG Ireland, said: "Fuel quality is a key issue that fuel retail operators are continually trying to manage. With the introduction of ethanol fuel, biofuels and modern additives, simply filtering the fuel is no longer enough. With this technology our customers can address fuel quality and water intrusion issues, malfunctioning dispensers, blocked filters, bacterial growth, diesel bugs and phase separation.

"Leighton O'Brien's patented fuel cleaning system doesn't require manned entry, providing a safer, faster, more effective cleaning process with the least fuel loss."

Leighton O'Brien head of international distributors, Jason Park, said: "We're pleased to partner with TSG Ireland to resolve product quality issues for their customers backed by a knowledgeable and results-focused team."

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