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Diesel Polisher/Water Separator

Just wanted to introduce myself and my product that we have been using on a lot of boat in the gulf region. It is just like the other products out there that claim to separate the water/algae and other contaminants from your fuel. We have not moving parts, no filters to change, and after an initial clean, your fuel/tank and engine will never have problems. Lifetime guarantee.

Anyways, love to chat with other owners that have had problems with contamination in their fuel/tanks or questions and thoughts on these type of products.
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I think fuel polishing is necessary for piece of mind. A polishing unit on board should be a permanent fixture if power consumption amkes it feasible.

I'd be interesting in learning more of your unit and how it compares to Racor's new polishing unit.

Thnaks and look forward to hereing more.
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