Stabilizer Device with New Fuel Life Technology Wins Popular Mechanics Editor’s Choice Award.
B3C Fuel Solutions, LLC, a manufacturer of environmentally friendly products and solutions for ethanol and bio-fuel related problems, is proud to announce its NEW Gas Tank Shield In-Tank Fuel Stabilizer. B3C’s Gas Tank Shield, is the first product to leverage B3C’s new FUEL LIFE technology. It was one of only 15 products to receive an Editor’s Choice Award from Popular Mechanics magazine at the Specialty Equipment Market Association trade show in Las Vegas earlier this year.
Gas Tank Shield works exceptionally well for older equipment that vent atmospherically and are prone to water absorption from ethanol-blended fuel leading to phase separation. It has a proprietary blend of nanoporous materials that absorb and break the water-ethanol bond at the molecular level. This virtually eliminates phase separation from occurring while reducing the corrosive effects of ethanol-blended fuels. Enhanced with FUEL LIFE technology, Gas Tank Shield further neutralizes the chemical reaction that causes fuel decay and purifies marginal fuel by neutralizing the chemical reaction that has already occurred. The result for retail consumers is completely stabilized and water free fuel. Gas Tank Shield treats 10 tanks of fuel or lasts for one year.
Key Benefits of Gas Tank Shield
- Protects All Equipment
- Stabilizes Fuel
- Removes Water
- ASTM Tested, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Approved
FUEL LIFE is B3C’s unique nanopore reactive molecular sieve. This stateof-the-art technology is designed to keep fuel completely stabilized and water free, and has the power to virtually eliminate the need for liquid fuel additives. It continuously removes the impurities and neutralizes the free radicals in fuel that promote fuel decay. FUEL LIFE is non-toxic, non-hazardous and nonliquid and does not release anything into the fuel.
"Our FUEL LIFE technology has the potential to change the fuel additive industry as we know it today by stopping fuel related engine problems before they start," said Brian Boezi, CEO, B3C Fuel Solutions.