MAN B&W Completes Engine Assessment Report on Green Plus

Friday, July 21, 2006
Biofriendly Corporation announced the completion of a report by MAN B&W. The report shows the details of an engine maintenance inspection on a 14,063 ton container ship powered by a MAN B&W two-stroke engine. The test was completed after Green Plus had been present in the engine for nearly one year. The report confirms that Green Plus does not cause harm to a Man B&W 2 stroke engine. Although MAN B&W has a policy that does not allow the endorsement of individual products, the report led the company to issue a “Letter of No Objection” where the manufacturer states that, “Through the inspection by MAN B&W, it was concluded that the product does not have any harmful effect on engine components or the performance of an engine.” This test result is another in a long line of positive independent and certified tests of Green Plus. Each of these third party results supports the claim that Green Plus is the world’s most effective and economical solution for significantly reducing emissions, improving fuel economy and enhancing engine performance.
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