I’d had one of these coming out of Buenos Aires"
Mark Denton, BT Global Challenge 2000/2001
What happened after Buenos Aires?
Water in fuel scuppered Mark’s yachts bid in that
leg. As Mark admits, their critical need at a critical
time would have been satisfied with the D-TX®
"If I was
buying a new boat I would be fitting this"
John Cragg, freelance journalist who has written for
Practical Boat Owner and Motor Boats Monthly.
He has it fitted on his Cygnus 33
and had a trouble free summer after some previous harrowing
experiences in the Channel. He got peace of mind after
fitting the D-TX®
Fuel Safe and he will definitely fit it
on any future boats if it’s not already pre-fitted
thought of everything … It does the job"
Engineer on a 55m private luxury
charter Super Yacht in the Mediterranean
This comment should not be taken lightly
coming from the engineer on a 55m private super yacht
in the mediterranean that provides luxury charter cruises
in The Mediterranean. Their ongoing need for real-time
fuel system monitoring and problem warning is now handled
with the D-TX®
Fuel Safe, avoiding potential system failure
and damage resulting in expensive downtime and repair
my repairs were directly due to water in fuel"
Mike Folan, co-founder D-TX Systems
This is Mike’s experience during
his 14 years as a marine engineer. He found that the
resulting damage often ran into thousands of pounds.
Fuel Safe was developed to provide boat
owners with an essential precautionary device that can
actually save them money in the long run. Where the
advantages to blue ocean sailors are clear - being immobilised
in the English Channel has to be a bit hairy - the worth
of the D-TX®
Fuel Safe for all boaters including inland
waterways users is also immense
Manley Hopkinson, Managing Director Boating
Manley’s experience as a marine
engineer and BT Global Challenge 2001 skipper makes
him well qualified to judge the benefit of the