GUARDIAN NEWS & BLOG

September 20, 2019

EMV Shift: Should You Wait Till 2020 by Richard Browne

This article originally appeared in CSP Magazine, December 2017 A checklist to help retailers decide when they should invest in new pumps A year ago, people […]
September 20, 2019

BAD FUEL – A good way to go out of business – By Corey Agnew, Director of Fuel Quality, GFT.

This could happen to any fuel dispensing operation. Jakul owned several local c-stores with fueling operations attached. 2017 should have been a great year for him […]
September 20, 2019

What is FuelGuard?

Guardian Fueling Technologies created FuelGuard in order to fix the problems caused by today’s fuels. As regulatory requirements continuously aim to decrease tailpipe emissions and increase […]
September 20, 2019

Water Contamination In Diesel Fuel

A visual assessment of the water in your fuel can reveal a lot about the health of your petroleum system. Water contamination in fuel is a […]
September 20, 2019

Guardian Joins the ChargePoint Electric Vehicle Charging Network as Signature Partner

Guardian Fueling Technologies is pleased to announce that it has joined the ChargePoint network as a Signature Partner. Guardian will represent the entire ChargePoint product line […]
September 20, 2019

You HAVE to Manage Your Fuel Quality

Corey Agnew Director of Fuel Quality at Guardian Fueling Technologies For a variety of reasons, today’s fuel is weaker than ever. These issues are mostly related […]
September 20, 2019

So You’ve Cleaned Your Tank, Great! But You’re Not Done

Diesel fuel contamination continues to be an issue for managers whose operations depend on a well-functioning petroleum systems. It’s not uncommon to hear “Well, I cleaned […]
September 20, 2019

Bacteria Contamination is Impacting your Tanks

Bacteria contamination in fuel starts in your storage tank, but can impact your whole fueling system and the equipment that runs on it. This picture shows […]
September 20, 2019

Are you prepared for the rainy season?

It’s that time of the year again. Spring has passed and we’re now in the wet summer months where excessive rain and hurricanes are likely. It’s […]