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The Problem
 

Blocked Filters & Fuel Starvation
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Engine Damage & Loss of Power
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Safety at Sea Compromised
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Expensive Repairs & Loss of Profits
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Costs of Assistance

Fuels are prone to contamination by bacteria, fungi and algae. When this happens, the results can be disastrous. Filters plug-up and engines fail, always, jar.gif (4960 bytes)it seems, at the worst possible time. Acids produced by bacteria increase acidity of fuel, thereby shortening the life of pumps, injectors and even lines. Resultant engine failures can be catastrophic and at times, life threatening. Even if the engines do not fail, damage caused by "bugged" fuel adds to maintenance costs far in excess of the cost of adding the De-Bug system. In most cases, cleaning the fuel tank just once costs more than a De-Bug.
 
The Answer
 

De-BugTM
 
the final solution to microbial contamination of fuels!

 

 

De-Bug Fuel Decontamination Units are a proven, effective, and environmentally sound method of controllcutawaygif.gif (3556 bytes)ing and eliminating significant bacterial, fungal or algal infestations in diesel fuel and other related fluids. De-Bug needs little introduction to the average Marine Engineer, and is becoming better known all the time to operators of diesel applications worldwide. From fire engines to generator sets, and railways to truck transport, the De-Bug continues to provide many years of trouble free service. Anecdotal evidence suggests that increased fuel economy and lowered smoke emissions can be achieved depending on fuel quality.