NEW CENTEK CHECK VALVE HELPS PREVENT WATER BACKFLOW TO ENGINES AND GENERATORS

Centek Check Valve

 

The new Check Valve from marine wet exhaust systems manufacturer Centek Industries helps prevent water from flowing back into engines and gensets.

“Many different types of boats and yachts will benefit from the addition of a check valve, especially those that navigate in a following sea or have the occasion to back down while fighting a fish,” said Bill Arwood, Centek Industries Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Like all Centek products, the Check Valve is ABS certified and Lloyd’s Register Type approved. Manufactured from the highest quality, flame-retardant and heat resistant resin, it is available in a wide range of standard sizes for both gas and diesel engine applications.

Centek’s engineering staff has more than 80 years of marine wet exhaust system design and innovation experience. The company has designed, engineered and built more than 15,000 custom marine exhaust systems for yachts, workboats, military and law enforcement vessels and many of these designs are used continuously to build exhaust systems for thousands of new boats and refits annually.

www.centekindustries.com

 

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