Poly Shield Launches New Sulfur Treatment System

Friday, May 24, 2013
Poly Shield Technologies Inc. announced the launch of its DSOX-15 system. The system, with its new approach to sulfur removal, is expected to enable ship operators to efficiently and economically comply with the new 2015 emission regulations set to take effect in January 2015.
 
Poly Shield's CEO, Rasmus Norling, commented, "We believe that our new DSOX-15 system will not only remove the sulfur but will also reduce the financial burden associated with current exhaust scrubber technology."
 
Poly Shield intends to enter into a limited number of certification installation agreements with well-known operating companies to showcase its technology in three specific maritime sectors: Cruiselines, Freight/Cargo and Tankers. Poly Shield saqid it is currently engaged in negotiations and will update the public upon the solidification of any agreements.
 
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