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Friday, October 20, 2017

De-Bug Fuel Treatment Unit Designed To Control Microbes In Diesel Fuels

Manufactured from LM6 corrosion resistant aluminum alloy, the De-Bug Fuel Treatment Unit was developed by a consortium of fuel injection specialists, marine surveyors and engineers to control microbial infestations in diesel fuels and oils.

The De-Bug Fuel Treatment Unit is a static treatment unit, not a filter. Fuel is passed through the De- Bug before it reaches the lift pump, through a magnetic field for a controlled length of time. As the microbes pass through the magnetic field, they disrupt and die. The bodies burn cleanly with the fuel. According to the manufacturer, users such as workboat captains, yachtsmen or commercial fishermen will benefit from side effects of De- Bug such as less down time, better combustion, enhanced fuel economy, reduced harmful emissions, less maintenance and lower filter cost. De-Bug is available in two standard sizes for yacht application: the L40 for engines up to 100 hp and the L1000 for engines up to 600 hp. As standard equipment on more tha 15,000 commercial vessels aroun the world, De-Bug caters to flo1 rates of up to 5,000 gph for larg engines and fuel storage.

For more information on the De Bug Fuel Treatment Unit, contac the American distributors for De Bug, Enviro Response Products Inc., P.O. Box 4011, Ft. Meyers Beach, Fla. 33932, tel: (813) 463- 0607; fax: (813) 463-7855.

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