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News   December 12, 2013   by CARS Magazine

Rislone wins PTEN Innovation Award in chemicals category

Rislones Gasoline Fuel System Treatment won the 2013 Professional Tool & Equipment News Innovation Award in the chemicals category at this years Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) in Las Vegas.


Rislone’s Gasoline Fuel System Treatment won the 2013 Professional Tool & Equipment News Innovation Award in the chemicals category at this year’s Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) in Las Vegas.

A panel of technicians and shop owners vote for the winners of the PTEN Innovation Awards based on the products’ ability to make vehicle diagnosis and repair easier and more efficient. More than 80 new products were nominated for all categories in 2013.

“It is extremely gratifying to win the PTEN Innovation Award for our new Gasoline Fuel System Treatment,” says Clay Parks, Rislone vice president of development. “The Innovation Award is especially significant since the winners are determined by technicians who judge the products on how effective they are in the real world. Gasoline Fuel System Treatment is the most complete fuel system treatment ever made, and we appreciate the recognition.”

Gasoline Fuel System Treatment combines six powerful fuel additives in a single dual-cavity bottle to increase vehicle power, performance and mileage for 8,000 kilometers. One 500 mL bottle contains the same amount of vehicle life-extending additives as a full bottle of each of the following:

-Valve and combustion chamber cleaner

– Phase separation and fuel stabilizer

– UCL upper cylinder lubricant

– Fuel pump and injector cleaner

– Water remover gas dryer

– Octane booster and gas treatment.

Rislone says when used every 8,000 kilometres, one bottle of Gasoline Fuel System Treatment increases vehicle power, performance and mileage by cleaning and lubricating the entire fuel system. It is compatible with all unleaded, oxygenated, E85 and ethanol-containing gasoline and works in fuel-injected, direct-injected and carbureted engines.

www.rislone.ca

 

Photo: Elliot Maras, editor of Professional Tool & Equipment News and Rislone vice president of digital strategy and new media, Jeff Ventura.


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