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The Log.com March 2008
..."Dealers and mechanics can spend a lot of time investigating an engine's condition. What if diagnosing was as simple as a blood test?"...
Posted on Mar 27 2008 by carol
FishRapNews.com March 2008
  " EngineCheckUp makes testing a breeze."
Posted on Mar 27 2008 by carol
Chespeake Bay Magazine March 2008
    ...Designed to spot contamination from dirt, carbon/oxides, water, antifreeze or fuel, this product won an Innovation Award at the 2007 MAATS show....
Posted on Mar 27 2008 by carol
BYM Product and Industry News March2008
  ...EngineCheckUp continues to stack up industry accolades. Sail Magazine recently honored this one-step diagnostic kit with its annual Pittman Innovation Award, named for technical editor Freeman K. Pittman, who died in 1996....         
Posted on Mar 27 2008 by carol
EngineCheckUp Wins Sail Magazine 2008 FKP Innovation Award February 2008
   

SAIL Announces 2008 Pittman Innovation Awards

Boston, MA, January, 2008SAIL’s annual Pittman Innovation Awards, named in honor the memory of former SAIL technical editor Freeman Pittman, who died in 1996 from ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, recognize the most innovative products in the sailboat market. Editors Peter Nielsen (Cruising Gear), David Schmidt (Racing and Safety Gear), Ben Ellison (Electronics) and Jay Paris (Systems) awarded sixteen new sailing products in SAIL’s February 2008 issue.

            Peter Nielsen’s Cruising Gear awards went to the EngineCheckUp, Wichard’s Gyb’Easy, Waterbuoy, and the Tallon Accessory System. The EngineCheckUp kit tests for oil contaminants including fuel, water, antifreeze, and carbon- or metal particulates. With Wichard’s Gyb’Easy, one can easily adjust the speed at which the boom will travel across the cockpit while gybing. Waterbuoy does more than keep your keys afloat, it contains an LED light that flashes as soon as the device is activated, and can support up to 2 pounds, offering protection to binoculars, etc. The Tallon Accessory System offers an assortment of stainless-steel and polycarbonate receptacles.

Posted on Feb 22 2008 by carol
New Engine Test Simplifies Maintenance Scheduling
    Dealers and mechanics can waste a lot of time investigating an engine's condition.  What if diagnosing was as simple as a blood test?  Now it is, with EngineCheckUp, a one-step test requiring just a drop of oil.

          EngineCheckUp works on any 4-cycle gas or diesel engine, including outboards, inboards, generators, bilge pumps and cleaning equipment.  A single drop of warm oil applied to the test medium quickly reveals the engine's efficiency and health.  The presence of water, fuel, glycol, sediment, carbon or oxides are determined when test results are easily clarified by following the simple "how to" guide enclosed.

EngineCheckUp's convenience and low cost are appreciated by dealers and mechanics.  By being able to quickly and accurately monitor their customers' engines, maintenance is more easily scheduled.  Periodic, fast "engine checks" also provide value-added services to offer customers.

          Winner of the Innovation Award at the 2007 Marine Aftermarket Accessories Trade Show, the compact EngineCheckUp kit includes six tests packaged in a waterproof PVC pouch.  The kit has been tested for efficacy and claim substantiation by TUV, the internationally-recognized German testing authority.  Retailing for just $29.99 for six complete tests, EngineCheckUp offers an economical way for dealers to improve service and customer satisfaction.

Posted on Feb 22 2008 by carol
Motoboating Magazine February 2008
  


 ..."I recently tested a number engines with known ailments, carefully following the instructions to the letter.  Results were as promised---in fact, even better. And it didn't take long. In each case I pulled the dipstick and held the tip two inches above the test medium, allowing a single drop of warm oil to fall onto the square of absorbent paper. More than a drop distorts results. ..."
Motorboating Magazine-Boatkeeper Article
Engine Blood Test
by Ted Banse
Posted on Feb 22 2008 by carol
Bay & Delta Yachtsman January 2008
 

 ..."EngineCheckUp is a one-step diagnostic system that detects and identifies the contaminants present in oil, and reflects the condition of the engine."...     
Posted on Feb 22 2008 by carol
Maritime Reporter & Engineering News January 2008
 


  ..."An easy-to-read chart guides users through interpretation of test results. The kit, which includes six tests in a waterproof  PVC pouch, retails for $29.99."
Posted on Feb 22 2008 by carol
Northeast Boating Magazine January 2008
   ..."Designed to spot contamination from dirt, carbon/oxides, water, antifreeze or fuel, this product won an Innovative Award at the 2007 MAATS show."...
Posted on Jan 16 2008 by carol

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Engine Checkup is a patented internal combustion engine analysis tool. Engine Checkup quickly reveals: presence of water, fuel or anti-freeze and degree of each; Engine Efficiency (need of calibration) and Condition of Oil; Presense of Particulates (carbon) or Metal (wear). The Immediate Marine Engine Analysis.