Fuel Filtration System Adds Mobile Access

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

June 28, 2012

KTI Systems taps mobile friendly Web 3.0 Design to promote FilterBOSS diesel fuel polishing

Beginning shortly, large refiners and importers of marine diesel fuel subject to U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations must meet their ULSD (ultra low sulfur diesel) fuel standard of 15 ppm sulfur. ULSD standards compliance means decreased emissions for the environment but increased onboard fuel filtration or "polishing" requirements for marine diesel engines.

To help handle these requirements KTI Systems now offers boaters a comprehensive range of FilterBOSS marine diesel fuel polishing solutions through their recently re-designed, mobile-friendly and Web 3.0-ready website KtiSystems.com.

"Our FilterBOSS Commander Series is a complete marine fuel maintenance solution, providing improved system reliabilty and better vessel safety," stated Andy Keenan, President and chief product designer of KTI Systems. "These marine diesel fuel polishing systems come fully integrated with monitoring and troubleshooting tools, and even give a warning at the helm to prevent unwanted engine shutdowns. That's what sets us apart from the competition."

"As cellphone coverage approaches universal, having a 'mobile friendly' website will allow more boaters, boating dealers and marine suppliers to access our content from wherever they are using whatever device they have," observed KTI Systems Marketing VP Carole Keenan.


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