Crankcase ventilation

  • 10-Jul-2008 08:05 EDT
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The CCV12000 Series of closed crankcase filtration systems from the Racor Division of Parker Hannifin slows oil consumption by returning captured oil to the crankcase. The systems are suitable for applications needing extra capacity when immediate engine accessibility is not available. Compact Racor CCV systems are designed for rugged environments and offer improved coalescence and crankcase pressure control. Features include an environmentally friendly design, reduced oil consumption, extended service life of turbo and aftercooler, and improved installation, according to the company.

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