GEN-SEP Cooling Water Separator

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Friday, April 26, 2013

The GEN-SEP from exhaust systems manufacturer Centek Industries is used in conjunction with a Centek Vernalift muffler on generator sets to separate cooling water from exhaust gasses.

It is upgradable to any generator system, and the water drain can be located below the water line to eliminate water splash during overnight moorings.

Available in a full range of sizes to accommodate the smallest to the largest generators, GEN-SEP is customizable to fit space available and routing requirements. Finishes are available to complement any engine room - from standard white or black paint, to Centek's durable, automotive quality YachtPlus.

Like all Centek Products, GEN-SEP is made with the highest quality, heat resistant, fire retardant resin. It has Lloyd’s Register Type approval and is ABS certified.

www.centekindustries.com

 

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