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Wet Marine Mufflers will not corrode or deteriorate when exposed to gasoline or diesel fumes mixed with salt or fresh water. Electrolysis and welds in stainless steel, which often cause early failure, and eliminated. Resistance to higher temperatures will not result in warping or melting often observed in some rubber or plastic mufflers.
1. Engine Location
Engines located at or below the loaded water line (LWL) require some type of a lift muffler, (Vernalift) Engines located at or mid ship and above the LWL can utilize a muffler of the Vernatone family.
2. Exhaust Systems Size (Diameter)
Larger engines with higher horsepower require larger diameter exhaust systems and more space. The muffler and accompanying tubing, hose and fittings must be large enough to carry the cooling water and gases through the system without creating back pressure in excess of the engine manufacturer’s recommendations. Centek’s engineering expertise assures accurate sizing.
3. Noise Reduction
Muffler size and internal design will determine the amount of noise reduction achievable in a given installation. Larger mufflers normally provide better silencing than small mufflers. Space limitations for installations will often determine the size and type of muffler that can be used.
4. Exhaust System Size
The size of the wet marine exhausr muffler is determined by the engine size (H.P) and the engine manufacturer’s allowable back pressure. Diesel engines are particularly sensitive to back pressure.