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tsenator, thanks for the followup.
Detroit Diesel became distributors when the commercial truck fleets significantly improved mileage and power. My reference to Hinckley was quite abbreviated.
Shell Oil, Derektor Shipyards, Stewart-Stevenson, Palmer Johnson, Nordic Tugs,Morris Yachts,General Electric Power Companies, Broward Yachts, Cummins USA are all users of the A-X treaTMENT.
We currently own an MTC1000 dockside treatment unit. The cost of this machine runs in the 7000 range and we spent many years investigating the realm of fuel cleaning to justify it''s cost.
This is by no means a shade tree, homemade unit. We offer it as a service for our cruising clientele and it is an often asked for service for our South bound cruisers.
The catalyst simply seperates the bios from the fuel cells. The magnetic induction removes the impurities from the fuel cells. one 25 dollar of catalyst treats 320 gallons of fuel. It is required part of the treatment.
We also save sample of before/after of every job. The visual difference is quite apparent, test results yield the same conclusions the fuel is simply better.
tsenator I''m no rocket scientist but we''ve had no complaints and have received many
"well Dones" I guess thats good enough for me.
Thanks again for your input. I''m not trying to sell any thing just inform our readers.
One thing to note; the little A-X units are most effective with high flow rates.
We use an A-X 3000 at 78gpm.