Nelson Supplies Bilge Equipment For New MSRC Vessels

All 16 of the new MSRC oil spill recovery vessels will feature Nelson Bilge Boy oil/water separators and crankcase emission absorbers in their engine rooms.

Supplied by the Nelson Division of Nelson Industries, Inc., Stoughton, Wis., the Bilge Boy will be used for processing engine room/ machinery space bilge water. Capable of running automatically or manually, the Bilge Boy removes oil from the bilge water to meet USCG, IMO and EPA requirements.

The crankcase emission absorbers will be used to remove oil mist from blow-by for the electrical generating and main engines. This equipment reduces the risk of fire and health hazards in the engine room, as well as maintenance.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 54,  Apr 1992 North Carolina

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