Ecological solutions from C-Quip
With marine trade distributors increasingly being lobbied by customers to offer environmentally-friendly products, C-Quip is reminding boaters about its range of ecological De-Oil-It cleaning solutions.
The firm says the ‘revolutionary’ product cleans grease, fuel and oil spills and such is its outstanding cleaning and degreasing ability that when applied correctly, it leaves no trace of hydrocarbons, causing no adverse effect on the environment.
The ecological cleaners work at a molecular level to break down the hydrocarbon chains and what remains is a natural form of air, water and carbon, leaving the environment clean and safe. De-Oil-It is non-toxic and totally biodegradable.
Included within C-Quip’s range are the De-Oil-It boat bilge and industrial strength cleaners. The Boat Bilge Cleaner is a ready-to -use degreaser/degrader that quickly neutralises and eliminates grease, fuel and oil spills and their stains.
It's safe to use on all surfaces including fiberglass, gel-coat, steel, wood and painted surfaces and completely harmless to plants and wildlife. Once the bilge is clean, users can pump it out with no risk of heavy fines for oily discharges.
De-Oil-It's Industrial Strength Concentrate is a stronger concentrated version of its cleaner, perfect for industrial uses or on more stubborn, larger spillages on boats and yachts.
Inside a vessel, C-Quip also provides solutions for onboard power saving with marine LED lighting from Glamox, Aquasignal and Rigid Industries. LED lights have a longer life span, are more cost effective and offer reduced power consumption. This lowers the output on batteries ensuring a smoother transition when a boat changes to hybrid or electric.
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