Coast Guard Approves Butterworth Systems Oil/Water Separators

Butterworth Systems recently announced that it has received U.S. Coast Guard approval for its SFC Bilge Water line of oil/water separators. In its approval, the U.S. Coast Guard has certified that Butterworth® SFC BW oil/ water separators comply with the specifications detailed in IMCO A.393(X).

These Butterworth separators utilize integrated permanent filters.

Standard semiautomatic and optional fully automatic models are available and are virtually maintenance free.

Butterworth SFC units have been tested and certified as meeting IMCO A.393(X) requirements by the administrations of France, I t a l y , Y u g o s l a v i a , the United Kingdom and Poland. In addition, these separators have received approvals for use from the Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Germany.

Butterworth Systems is an international company that manufactures oil/water separators, tankcleaning equipment, SCAMP® underwater hull-cleaning systems, and high-pressure water-jetting equipment. Technical and sales data are available from Butterworth Systems.

They also published a brochure, "From A to X About Onboard Oil/Water Separators," an overview of IMCO A.393(X), MARPOL, and proposed U.S. regulations and equipment capabilities.

Single or multiple copies can be obtained free from Neil Chamberlin, Butterworth Systems Inc., 224 Park Avenue, P.O. Box 352, Florham Park, N.J. 07932.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 10,  Aug 15, 1980

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