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PHONE: (678) 935-1998 FAX: (631) 594-2444
Note: Office hours vary - Staff is usually available to answer your call during normal business hours (9am - 5 pm EST). If lines busy or office is closed, please leave message (voicemail) and someone will return your call asap (usually the same day).
Phone staff is available for orders and existing customer support only. See note below.
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Note: Please refrain from contacting us for specific and technical engine model information - Contact engine manufacturer directly. We are not certified mechanics. General ethanol information is available throughout our website. We are not a government agency...
For details on current gasoline and E10 laws contact the appropriate agency in your state or the U.S. government: E.g. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) PH: (202) 343-9303 or (734) 214-4636; OR ACE (American Coalition for Ethanol) PH: (605) 334-3381 http://www.ethanol.org/; Or RFA (Renewable Fuels Association) PH: (202) 289-3835 http://www.ethanolrfa.org/
* Note: Due to the large volume of emails we receive, we no longer will respond to emails that do not include full name and phone or other contact information. When completing contact form please double check accuracy of your email address, if you wish to receive a response by email.
If you suspect contaminated gasoline or high gas alcohol levels caused damage to your engine, immediately contact: Gas station owner and/or employee + Gas company corporate office + Local fuel distributor (if applicable) and your State Petroleum Inspector. The Petroleum Inspection department usually can be found under your State Government Department of Agriculture, Division of Weights and Measures.
(Always save a sample of gasoline and repair estimates and receipts).
Fuel-Testers strives to educate the public on the positive and negative aspects of alternative/renewable fuels and proper management of E10 gasoline. Fuel-Testers is a division of MLR Solutions. MLR Solutions (consulting firm since 1990) created Fuel-Testers divsion about 7 years ago to provide affordable ethanol/water fuel testing equipment to consumers, due to sudden increase in E10 gasoline distribution throughout the U.S. and world.
Portable fuel testing equipment is purchased from us by both business and consumers alike, but our main focus is to assist consumers.
We are not a government agency, parts supplier, repair shop, mechanics, ethanol organization, etc.
We aim to utilize our knowledge on proper management of ethanol-blends and portable testing products to assist everyone. Many people are not familiar with the complexity of the petroleum and renewable fuel industry; Whenever possible (as time allows) we can provide information and referrals to companies, manufacturers, products, independent laboratories, organizations, legal services, etc. (private and public) when further assistance is needed.
MLR Solutions and Fuel-Testers strongly support replacing petroleum based gasoline with domestically produced alternative types of fuels, such as E85, hybrid vehicles, biofuels, solar/wind power etc.
Providing consumers with an affordable and simple methods to test alcohol levels of gas and check water absorption in gas prevents unnecessary incovenience, damage and expense which may occur with E10 ethanol blends of fuel.