Poly Shield to Install Fuel Purification System in PCH Cruise Ships

MaritimePropulsion.com
Monday, August 26, 2013

Poly Shield Technologies, based in Boca Raton, Florida, has signed an installation agreement with Prestige Cruise Holdings, Inc., (PCH) with headquarters in Miami, Florida, for intitially a two vessel installation and certification of Poly Shield Technologies Inc.'s newly developed DSOX-15 Fuel Purification System.

The Agreement will also allow for DSOX-15 Fuel Purification System installations on up to seven additional vessels.  The DSOX-15 system, with its revolutionary approach to sulfur removal, is expected to comply with the new emission regulations set to take effect in January 2015. 

CEO, Rasmus Norling, commented: "This second Installation Agreement is further evidence of the market demand for the DSOX-15 Fuel Purification System."  CEO, Norling, continued: "This Agreement represents a second segment of the maritime industry, the cruise line industry, where Poly Shield Technologies Inc. intends to demonstrate the DSOX-15 Fuel Purification System's economical emissions compliance capabilities in a real time operational maritime environment." 

The company says it intends to update the public on all the installations and certification milestones of the DSOX-15 Fuel Purification System as it progresses through the development process to compliance certification. 
 
For further information about Poly Shield Technologies Inc. visit:  http://www.Polyshieldtechnologies.com

 

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