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SuperFlush Saves Marine Engines


SuperFlush Saves Your Investment

SuperFlush* extends the life of all engine components that encounter saltwater or brackish water.  SuperFlush will triple the life of your manifolds and risers on inboards and I/Os and will extend the life of the raw water components of your closed cooled systems.  SuperFlush will greatly extend the life of your outboard's power head.  Corrosion** is the cause of 70% of marine engine failure.

SuperFlush Saves Time    

Marine engine manufacturers require that motors be flushed for a minimum of 15 minutes after each use when a boat is operated in saltwater or brackish water.  They also provide a warning in their owner’s manual that the prop should be removed before flushing for safety reasons.  With today’s larger swim platforms most I/Os are impossible to flush with muffs.

Without removing the propeller the time for conventional flushing with the engine running is as follows:

                1 engine = 15 minutes – THIS IS COSTLY AND TIME CONSUMING!

                2 engines = 30 minutes – THIS IS COSTLY AND TIME CONSUMING!

SuperFlush requires only 4 minutes total flushing time for one or two engines without running the motors.  This includes inboard, I/O, and outboards.

If you own a dual engine boat and only use it once a month, you will spend 6 hours per year flushing your motors versus 48 minutes per year with SuperFlush.  In addition, you have to monitor the engine RPM and engine temperature during the flushing process with conventional systems.   If you use a timer, you don’t have to monitor SuperFlush at all.  With SuperFlush the engine can’t overheat and no one can be hurt by a spinning prop because the engine is not running.

SuperFlush Saves Fuel and Hours on Engines

Conventional flushing also has a fuel cost component a current cost of approximately $2.90 per gallon.  Conventional flushing will require approximately one to two gallons of fuel per engine per flush.  (Fuel usage is approximate and is based on the fact that a 150 horsepower Mercury outboard will consume an average of 14.5 liters of fuel per hour at an idle speed of 550-600 RPM.  Since flushing RPM is usually around 1,500, 1-2 gallons of fuel per motor per flush would seem to be conservative.)  This means that conventional flushing costs approximately $2.90-$5.80 per flush versus $0.00 For SuperFlush.

SuperFlush Saves Water

Water has a cost as well.  Conventional flushing of a dual engine boat will require 30 minutes of water usage versus 4 minutes with SuperFlush.

SuperFlush Saves the Earth

Conventional flushing is a environmental disaster.  It puts chemicals directly into the air that were meant to be discharged below the surface of the water to minimize their effect on the air.  It pollutes the ground water because exhaust gases and oil are discharged in the water used for engine cooling during flushing.  Flushing also causes noise pollution because engine noise is not muffled by discharge underwater.

SuperFlush does not pollute.  Since the motor doesn’t run during flushing, there are no emissions to pollute air or ground water and of course, no noise.


*SuperFlush is also referred to as: super flush, motor flusher, QYSA, QYSA SuperFlush, QYSA super flush, marine motor flusher, outboard motor flusher, boat motor flusher, io engine flushing, marine engine flushing kit, and it replaces Johnson outboard motor flusher, evinrude 225 engine flushing, yamaha flusher outboard, Guardian, Perko, MST Guardian, ThoroFlush, MACS, Flush-Pro

**Corrosion refers to marine saltwater corrosion and saltwater marine corrosion control


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