Brochure Describes Removal Of Smoke From Air Vents

Vent Fog Precipitators, to remove oil mist and smoke from the air of breathing vents on marine operating machinery, are now being marketed by Bull & Roberts, Inc. They are designed for installation on compressors, turbines, reduction gear cases, diesel engines, lube oil systems and similar applications.

Normally in lubricating systems, petroleum-based and synthetic oils break down into fine mist and smoke particles which escape through bearing seals to breather vents where they are exhausted. Unless they are recovered, they can create health and fire hazards, violate air pollution codes, and foul relays and other electronic components.

All six models meet MIL-STD r e q u i r e m e n t s of high impact shock, environmental vibration and electronic interference, and are m a n u f a c t u r e d to military specifications. For an illustrated brochure, write to John M. Walsh, Bull & Roberts, Inc., 785 Central Avenue, Murray Hill, N.J. 07974.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 35,  Oct 15, 1977

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