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Burgess Marine partners with Exilator

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Burgess Marine, an independent ship repairer in the United Kingdom, and Exilator, an exhaust purification company, have signed a partnership agreement.

Burgess Marine’s acquisition in October of Global Services, a megayacht supplier of engineering equipment, has positioned the company to support a growing demand for Exilator’s exhaust purification systems, Nicholas Warren, CEO of Burgess Marine, said in a statement.

The ExiLencer system from Exilator uses a patented NASA technology to ensure a low operating temperature passive filter to reduce soot output (black smoke), noise and NOx. Being passive, the technology will not use extra fuel to run exhaust gas heaters or burners to regenerate the filter.

For more information, visit globalservicesltd.co.uk

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