L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b l e On B u t t e r w o r t h Systems N ew O i l / W a t e r Separators

B u t t e r w o r t h Systems, manufacturers of oil/water separators, tank cleaning equipment, underwater hull cleaning equipment, and high-pressure water-jetting equipment has announced the addition of two new models — the Butterworth® SFC 0.5 BW and the Butterworth SFC 27 oil/water separators.

Like other models in the company's SFC line (called the SEREP separator when marketed in Contiental Europe), the two new units have been designed to meet the stringent U.S. Coast Guard and IMCO A393(X) regulations. Capacities of these new models are one-half ton per hour and 60 tons per hour, respectively. Both machines are said to provide cleanwater discharges containing less than 15 parts per million of oil, and can handle an oil/water mixture up to 100 percent oil.

Additional t e c h n i c a l information, and a recently published brochure, "From A to X About Onboard Oil Water Separators," are available f r om Neil Chamberlin, Butterworth Systems Inc., 224 Park Avenue, Box 352, Florham Park, N.J. 07932.

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