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Diesel generator operators are already familiar with the problem of wet stacking, a buildup of unburned fuel in the exhaust system that can lead to decreased engine performance and premature failure.

Wet stacking typically occurs when generators frequently run with little or no load because the generator is improperly sized or because adequate load is not available during the exercising period.

Read this whitepaper to learn how operators are overcoming their problems to extend engine life and maintain lower maintenance costs in order to prevent the violation of emission regulations which have grown even tighter in recent years.