New filter system monitors temps

Mar 6, 2014 by Guest Writer

Ft. Lauderdale-based marine exhaust system company DeAngelo Marine Exhaust has launched a SeaClean Soot Filtration System, which monitors exhaust gas temperature and varies the power going to the heater element so that exhaust gas temperatures are constant. This allows a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) to work properly so that collected soot is burnt off at high temperature, leaving only an ash residue.


The system also has the capability to log operating conditions of the generator’s exhaust. The system’s modular design can be used to upgrade any vessel’s existing soot filtration system.  The system can be designed and installed for any size yacht. For more information, visit www.deangelomarine.com.

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