Compact Fuel Polisher

KTI Systems has introduced a new line of compact FilterBoss fuel polishing modules (FPM) designed to fit into tight engine compartments and other small onboard spaces.
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KTI Systems has introduced a new line of compact FilterBoss fuel polishing modules (FPM) designed to fit into tight engine compartments and other small onboard spaces. FilterBoss FPMs have a small enough footprint that many boat owners will now be able to install a filtration system into spaces where doing so would have previously been impossible.

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Experience has shown that by eliminating fuel contamination through fuel policy, you also eliminate the number one cause of engine problems.

FilterBoss FPM’s use Racor marine filters, which are specifically designed for the harsh marine environment and readily available when replacement filters are needed. KTI’s programmable FPM-A models are available in either 90 gph or 180 gph configurations, and include an automatic shut-off feature that detects filter clogs or water in the filter to stop the filtration process before it contaminates the remaining fuel supply.

KTI’s FPM models are available in 60, 90 and 180 gph sizes and offer complete fuel polishing benefits without the programmable or auto shut-off features. For more on FilterBoss fuel polishing, click here.

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