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February 2013

Clean Air, Clean Fuel, Clean Boat | Yachts Magazine

Clean Air, Clean Fuel, Clean Boat By Erica Cooper – February 25, 2013 at 9:27 pm Click here to view post: http://www.yachtsmagazine.com/clean-air-clean-fuel-clean-boat/ Even when you’re up to date on all the check-ups a yacht needs, keeping everything in ship shape is no mean task. These three companies offer products that may help lighten your load. Interlux Offers Copper-Free Micron CF AntiFouling Paint Interlux recently introduced Micron CF, a new addition …Read More

NanoFusion International Attends The Miami International Boat Show

NanoFusion International attends the Miami International Boat Show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 14-16. Florida’s largest annual event spans three locations—the Miami Beach Convention Center, the New Yacht & Power Boat Show at Sea Isle Marina and Strictly Sail® at Miamarina at Bayside—and features more than 3,000 boats and 2,000 exhibitors from all over the globe. There’s no better place to preview the new boating season! To schedule a …Read More

NanoFusion International Sponsor of Herd Racing Formula 2 Tunnel Boat Racing

PetrolFusion, an innovative nano treatment for marine fuel systems, has joined Herd Racing as an associate sponsor of the team’s Formula 2 tunnel boat racing program in 2013, the company and team announced February 8. “We are extremely pleased to be associated with Herd Racing and at having the opportunity to assist them in winning with PetrolFusion,” said Lisa Rae Donato, president of NanoFusion International, PetrolFusion’s parent company. Keith Lange, …Read More

BoatingLAB Tests: Fuel Stabilizers | Boating Magazine

BoatingLAB Tests: Fuel Stabilizers Do fuel stabilizers actually work? We put them to the test! By Randy Vance Click here to view post: http://www.boatingmag.com/how-to/preventative%20care/boatinglab-tests-fuel-stabilizers Pass the Gas With ethanol in the gas, fuel stabilizers are as essential to boaters who store fuel for months as they are to those who boat every week. It was bad enough that nonethanol gas could turn to crud, gumming up the works. In the …Read More