March 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

St. Louis Ship Adds New Line Of FAST Marine Sewage Systems

St. Louis Ship Division of Pott Industries has announced that it now has available an additional line of FAST marine sewage treatment systems. The systems, called Mini-FAST, are USCG certified as Type II flow-through devices.

Mini-FAST units are furnished as individual components with each component mounted on a self-supporting base. The largest component will pass through a standard 28-inch by 60-inch watertight door. Mini-FAST is ideal for existing vessel applications and will accommodate crew sizes from two to 18 people.

FAST systems have been in continuous marine service for over six years on the inland rivers as well as in deepsea applications.

Over 100 units are currently in operation or on order.

FAST consistently produces an effluent which exceeds any known marine standard worldwide. Simplicity, reliability and an absolute minimum of maintenance make Mini-FAST ideal for unmanned engine rooms.

For complete information about this new line of FAST marine sewage treatment systems, contact Alan Fleischer, Product Manager, St. Louis Ship, Division of Pott Industries Inc., 611 East Marceau Street, St. Louis, Mo.


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