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Higher speeds, increased efficiency and greater functionality

The IOW Group, an international manufacturing company based in the UK, will be exhibiting the MP090 Oil Separator at this year's Seawork.

The company provide some of the most advanced oil separation solutions available in the market and the exhibition will be a chance to see the latest product in their oil separation portfolio, which is specifically engineered for marine and work-boat applications.

IOW Group separators clean oil using centrifugal force 2000 times greater than gravity.  They remove the contaminants that cause damage to engines, and greatly extend the life of lubricating oil and inline media filters in both engines and gearboxes.  The MP Centrifugal Separator products have many advantages over existing competition, including; bowl disc technology, Bluetooth remote monitoring system, fully sealed design and a distributor impeller.

These attributes mean higher speeds, more efficiency and greater functionality than the current market leaders and can lead to operational cost savings and a return on investment typically less than 1 year.

Suitable engines for the MP090 include; MTU 2000 Series M72, CAT 3406/3208, Cummins ISX, Detroit Series 60 or any other engines with an oil sump capacity of between 15 and 90 litres.

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