Fuel Recirculating Systems offer automated chemical injection.

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Fuel recirculating systems (FRS) may be fitted with Automatic Chemical Injection System, which provides safe way to add biocides and other chemical additives to stored fuel. Specifically, it injects chemicals directly into fuel stream prior to entering fuel tank. This new option is available on all RCI Fuel Recirculating System and may be retrofitted to existing units as well.



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RCI Introduces Automatic Chemical Injection System



Fuel purifier manufacturer RCI Technologies introduces the Automatic Chemical Injection System, which provides a safe and easy way to add biocides and other chemical additives to stored fuel.

Equipped on RCI's fuel recirculating systems ("FRS"), the Automatic Chemical Injection System makes it possible to safely and easily inject chemicals directly into the fuel stream prior to it entering the fuel tank. This new option may be ordered on all of RCI's FRS units and may be retrofitted to existing FRS units.

For more information on this new option or RCI's fuel recirculating systems, call (800) 868-2088 or visit www.rcitechnologies.com.

About RCI Technologies
RCI Technologies, founded in 1994, offers a complete line of diesel fuel purification products, which include the universal fuel purifier, portable tank cleaning units and automatic fuel recirculating systems. RCI's products are used by the marine, trucking, bus, railroad, service station, construction and agricultural industries, as well as government agencies.

RCI's fuel purifiers, which bear Green Clean Institute certification, utilize RCI's patented filterless technology. By removing 99.9 percent of water and 95 percent to 98 percent of dust, dirt and other natural contaminants found in all diesel fuel, RCI's products promote optimum fuel system efficiency and fuel economy, reduce engine down time and extend engine life.

For more information on RCI's products, visit www.rcitechnologies.com or call (800) 868-2088.

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