B3c fuel solutions donates gasoline test kits to equipment & enginetraining council (eetc), advancing ethanol education

CONWAY, SC–May 15, 2012: At the EETC Annual Conference, B3C FuelSolutions (B3C), a manufacturer of environmentally friendlyproducts and solutions for ethanol and bio-fuel related problems,conducted training seminars to provide instructors with the latestinformation on products, technical updates, and hands-on training.B3C donated its award winning Gasoline Test Kit to all certifiedEETC training programs. This diagnostic kit is used by professionalB3C Authorized Dealers and quickly identifies fuel relatedproblems, giving a complete understanding of fuel quality whileeducating about the effects of ethanol. This revolutionary servicetool allows you to become the “expert” in fuel related issues. “We are pleased to collaborate with a complete fuel solutioncompany such as B3C to advance equipment and engine training andeducation for technicians in the power equipment industry. Theirdedication to advancing the power equipment industry is making apositive impact” Founded in 1997, the EETC is a non-profit trade association with agoal to develop and create professional power equipment techniciansfor today’s sophisticated power equipment products. Water Playground Equipment

The associationdeveloped the EETC Technician Certification program to measure theskill level of repair technicians in the industry today anddeveloped the EETC School Accreditation program to recognizeschools that have an outstanding outdoor equipment training courseto train future technicians. “We are pleased to collaborate with a complete fuel solutioncompany such as B3C to advance equipment and engine training andeducation for technicians in the power equipment industry. Theirdedication to advancing the power equipment industry is making apositive impact,” said Jim Roche, Executive Director, EETC. “Often, when engines run rough, or do not start, problems aretraced back to ethanol-blended fuel issues. Aquasplash Water Park

We want to ensure thepublic is aware of these issues as well as the solutions,” saidBrian O’Neil, B3C’s Chief Business Development Officer and EETCBoard Director. “Ethanol in gasoline contains high oxygen amounts,and after 60 days, begins to decay, resulting in hard starting andvarnish deposits in the fuel system and engine.”, said O’Neil. B3C will continue to educate the public and work with partners toinform about the negative impact of ethanol-blended fuels. About B3C Headquartered in Conway, South Carolina, B3C Fuel Solutionsutilizes the most advanced synthetic technology to develop new andimproved products to protect your engines from the adverse affectsof today’s modern fuels. Aqua Park Equipment

B3C’s products can be found at retailers,lawn and garden dealers and distributors throughout the UnitedStates. For information, call 843.347.0482 or visit B3C Fuel .

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