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Yellow Line Corporation is the Exclusive distributor of XBEE for United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sultanate of Oman & Sri Lanka.  

INTRODUCING XBEE ENZYME


XBEE Enzyme is a fuel additive which cleans and purifies fuels in a natural and sustainable way.  XBee helps reduce the environmental footprint of petroleum powered engines by significantly reducing Gas emissions including CO, CO2, NO, NOx and Sox particles. Beyond environmental benefits, XBEE reduces fuel consumption and maintenance costs.
 

REDUCE CONSUMPTION AND MAINTENANCE COST – A DOUBLE WIN!


By removing contaminants in the tanks and carbon and soot build-ups in the engines, fuel consumption can be reduced from 2 to 4% in modern clean engines, and up to 10% in older engines, engines working on low loads (such as dredgers, tugs or cable-layers for instance) or engines powered on heavy or contaminated fuel oils. Furthermore, companies burning heavy fuel oil 180 or HFO 380 will also be satisfied by the important reduction of sludge as recycling and treatment can be a quite expensive operation. XBEE typically pays for itself in only 6 months.

 


MADE TO PERFORM AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL

 

XBEE fuel technology complies with all European standards regulating fuel specifications: diesel, petrol, marine gasoil, home heating oil, heavy fuel oils, biofuels and kerosene. Tests conducted by Intertek Caleb Brett and Bureau Veritas laboratories confirm that XBEE fuel technology meets specifications covered by EN 590, EN 228, CSR 441, CSR 500, Diester B30 and Jet A-1 standards. 
 

THE RIGHT FIT FOR YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS

 

Industries best served by XBEE include Marine, Petrol Stations, Power Generation, Public Transport, Railroad, Fishing, Hauling, Agriculture & Farming. As the exclusive distributors for XBEE in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates & Sri Lanka  we look forward to working with conscious minded organizations to help reduce their carbon footprint while save fuel and maintenance costs.

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