Arid Bilge Systems : EcoMarine.ie, Marine Equipment Specialists

By: Ecomarine  05/12/2011
Keywords: Marine Equipment, marine equipment specialists

Arid Bilge is the one central system that automatically and effortlessly maintains all bilge compartments throughout the vessel 100% dusty dry.

Arid Bilge is automatic, reliable, flexible, and best of all, it really works.

-Eliminate the #1 source of onboard odours
-Lower onboard humidity and prevent condensation damage
-Stop mold and mildew before it starts to grow
-Optional USCG approved 15ppm oily water monitored systems available
-Available in 3 different models with 1 to 9 zone configurations

Keywords: Marine Equipment, marine equipment specialists

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