Stowaway G2 Series Watermakers

Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Image courtesy Parker Hannifin Corporation

(Stock Symbol: PH - NYSE) Racor Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation announced a revamp of its Stowaway Series of watermakers. The Racor Village Marine Stowaway G2 Series are compact watermakers for marine applications which include a new touch screen interface control panel and a streamlined frame design. Features include a graphic-rich color touch screen panel which displays status, purity of product water output, water temperature, total hours for accurate service log, and many other functions. The touch screen panel allows complete watermaker control at your fingertips. A similar remote control panel is included as standard equipment for user convenience.

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