FuelRx Marine

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FuelRx Marine

After 8 years of working with marine operators, we developed FuelRx Marine. Specially formulated from our world renowned FuelRx technology, FuelRx Marine has been specifically developed, not only to reduce emissions, increase combustion and lubricate fuel and combustion systems, but also to deal with all marine-based contaminants.

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Features & Benefits

  • Reduces Carbon Emissions

  • Reduces NOx

  • Increases Service Life

  • Lubricates Fuel & Combustion Systems

  • Encapsulates metal contaminants and passes them through the combustion process

  • Encapsulates water and passes it through the combustion process

  • Increases Efficiency

  • Reduces Downtime

  • Biocide kills off “Diesel Bug”

  • Surface modifies interior of Fuel System, Combustion Chamber and Exhaust System

Water Ingress is a very common occurrence in a boat’s fuel tank. Diesel can sweat, causing water droplets to form. Alternatively, water may enter via the tank ventilation system during ambient air renewal. As it is denser than diesel, water naturally sinks to the bottom of the tank with the diesel sitting on top.

The “Diesel Bug” sometimes known as the “HUM Bug” (Hydrocarbon Utilizing Micro-organisms) sits between the water and diesel layers in the fuel tank and feeds on the hydrocarbons within the fuel. As the fuel is sucked up through the system, the Diesel Bugs get caught up and clog the filters. FuelRx Marine works by killing the bugs, encapsulating the water and feeding it back into the diesel.

Once the bugs are gone they stay gone as any future water contamination is immediately rectified.
A major problem experienced by users of Bunker C (#6) marine fuel, is the build-up of metal contaminants such as Vanadium and Lead within the combustion system. FuelRx Marine surface modifies the interior of the fuel, combustion and exhaust systems. Lubricity is maintained at extremely high temperatures thus denying the metals the opportunity to adhere to surfaces. They are therefore ejected through the exhaust system allowing the engine to run efficiently, thus saving money both in running costs and downtime.