ValvTect Treatment Included with Key West Boat Purchase

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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

ValvTect Petroleum announced that Key West Boats will include a sample  of  ValvTect  Ethanol Gasoline Treatment with each new boat to help its  new  boat  owners avoid problems that can be caused by ethanol blended gasoline.

“Although   we   build   our   boats   to  the  industry’s  most  stringent specifications,  ethanol  gasoline  can  destabilize very quickly and cause corrosion  and  some  problems  to  the  fuel  delivery systems  and engine components  which  can  be  prevented  by  a fuel additive such as ValvTect Ethanol  Gasoline  Treatment”  stated  Tom  Marlowe,  General  Manager. “By providing  samples of ValvTect Ethanol Gasoline Treatment with each boat we are helping our customers prevent ethanol related problems and better enjoy their boating experience.”

www.valvtect.com

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