Cummins Great Lakes is Newest ALGAE-X Distributor

Monday, February 05, 2001
Algae-X International is pleased to announce its distribution agreement with Cummins Great Lakes Inc. Cummins Great Lakes Inc. is one of the largest Cummins Engine Distributors in the country with six distribution centers throughout the State of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. William Maynard, President and CEO of the DePere, WI based company plans to integrate ALGAE-XÒ Fuel Conditioners into the fuel systems for new engine packages, and retro fit the ALGAE-XÒ units into existing engine installations for Power Generation, Transportation, Mining, Construction, Marine, Agriculture, and other applications. Algae-X Technology improves and maintains the quality of diesel fuel, hydraulic oil and other distillate fuels preventing tank sludge and clogged filters. Algae-XÒ improves combustion of the fuel resulting in lower overall costs of maintenance and operation of diesel engines, while increasing reliability and safety. Benefits of Algae-XÒ include more reliable filtration systems with longer fuel filter cartridge life, improved combustion of the fuel, eliminating carbon deposits, and more efficient engine operation resulting in significant fuel economy and dramatic reduction of emissions.

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