Concrete Supply Co. Chooses Cleantechnics to Provide High-Performance Lube Oil Filtration Systems for Fleet of Mixers

HIGH POINT, NC - Cleantechnics International, Inc., today announced that Concrete Supply Co. has chosen CTI's bypass lube oil filtration system to outfit its fleet of concrete mixer trucks. As was shown in an in-the-field pilot test, the outfitted equipment will experience dramatically extended filter change intervals and increased engine durability, which will in turn provide significant cost savings. Concrete Supply has 31 plants and 400 trucks in the 100-mile area surrounding Charlotte.

"We're finding that heavy truck operators have a lot to gain from our filtration systems," said Cleantechnics Chief Financial Officer Ritchie Russell. "During the pilot tests, Concrete Supply's trucks achieved significant increases in their oil change intervals, which of course translate into reduced oil and labor costs. This is true for our customers across a number of industries - waste management, mining, over-the-road trucking, and others."

"When we first heard about the CTI filtration system, and what they promised it would deliver, we understood the technology and believed it would work, but it almost seemed too good to be true," said Keith Cates, Director of Fleet Services. "As it turned out, our expectations were right on target: we've saved money, time and materials, and we're looking forward to expanding those savings throughout our entire fleet."

About Cleantechnics International, Inc.

Cleantechnics International is revolutionizing the trucking, transit and heavy equipment industries with its state-of-the-art bypass oil filtration system. Ten years and thousands of in-the-field applications have shown that CTI filtration systems dramatically extend filter change intervals which, in turn, minimizes oil waste and waste filters, reduces operator and equipment down time, extends engine life at least 50 percent, reduces fuel consumption by as much as 5 percent through maintaining optimum fuel efficiency longer, and, ultimately, saves thousands of dollars for its users. For more information, please visit

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