Marine

Synergyn® Marine Diesel and SuperFuel System

America’s ports, waterways and marine operations manage the largest fleets in the world including inland tank barges, towing vessels and fishing fleets. Best Tech creates products that can provide fuel economy, reduced emissions and improve overall performance efficiency in your marine fleet as we have for others. We offer Diesel, Diesel SuperFuel and emission reduction additives and Synergyn® Engine Treatment.

Treatment lubricants that save your fleet operational dollars, protect and extend the operating life of the equipment you depend on to deliver profits to your corporation.

Synergyn® Marine Diesel and SuperFuel additives are advanced, multi-functional formulations that speed up combustion, releasing more of the heat and energy in the fuel at an optimum timing, resulting in a significant reduction in fuel consumption and toxic exhaust emissions. Independent laboratory and real world test have demonstrated impressive fuel economy improvement in marine diesel engines ranging from 10 - 20%.

Synergyn®: The Science

Adding the Synergyn® Diesel SuperFuel Fuel Saver Formula to diesel fuel enhances the combustion efficiency of ULSD, as confirmed by independent laboratory testing. The Synergyn® additive is a combustion enhancing chemistry which lowers the energy required for combustion of the fuel to occur, producing a faster burn and generating more energy and power sooner than the ULSD alone.

As sulfur was removed over the years to achieve today’s Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) fuels, ingredients that provided natural lubrication were removed. The blended ULSD fuels reduced the negative environmental effects of sulfur but engine parts; particularly parts like fuel pumps and injectors were subjected to premature wear.

Synergyn® XTrA MPG™ Diesel chemistry restores lubrication to ULSD and provides wear protection to internal engine components. As a result, friction is reduced between surfaces, which extend the life of fuel pumps, injectors and other components. It’s an economical fuel economy and emission reduction solution for ultra-low sulfur fuels.

Marine Fishing Fleet

In September of 2014 four of a 19 fishing vessel fleet owned and operated by Frasal Marine Company of Santiago, Chile in South America tested and documented the following results using Synergyn® Marine Diesel SuperFuel and Oil Additives.

The Executive Director of Maintenance of Frasal Marine fishing fleet recorded test in fuel economy results in a range of 10.2% - 12.3% using Synergyn® Marine Diesel SuperFuel and Oil Additives. These vessels are powered with Cummings diesel motors ranging between 380-600 HP engines.

No emission tests were conducted during this test.

The engine fuel filters were also examined. Visually contaminants were not detectable, as expected if the system is separating contaminants from the fuel, in the filter on the engine burning the Synergyn® Super fuel, after approximately twenty hours of run time.

Our test procedures also included examination of U.S. Coast Guard regulations to determine manufacturing and/or material restrictions, which may apply to various types of vessels. All Synergyn® raw materials and ingredients met or exceeded the Coast Guard fuel requirements.

Run Your Own Test

Contact us at Best Tech Brands to try Synergyn additives in your fleet. We will help you design a controlled real world test that measures the fuel savings you can achieve fleet wide.

Please contact us at 877-434-2895 for additional information or to speak with our fleet specialist.

 
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