Features include, reduced damage to valuable plant and engine room components, custom made to suit your unique vessel requirements, no moving parts for affordable maintenance and they are supplied with a full installation kit and instructions.
Using engine induction or engine room fans, the moisture laden external air supply is drawn through our grille, passing through a complex system of vanes in the process. This action removes the moisture laden molecules from the air, leaving behind a considerably fresher air supply inducted into your engine room.
How They Work:
- Air is drawn into the face of the grille.
- The moisture laden air then passes through a system of vanes which trap the moisture in the air and cause it to run vertically down the face of the vanes and then be expelled via the external drain.
- The moisture reduced air is then fed into your engine room for use by your engine and other components.
- The vanes are sufficiently complicated to trap the moisture, but not so complicated that they significantly slow the air flow.
We have three flange options the details of which are below. All these options have a fixing flange of 40mm & a face flange of 25mm.
With this option the fixing flange is flush to the outside face of the grille. Once installed only the 3mm thickness of the flange protrudes outside of the vessel. 100mm of the grille thickness extends into the air ducting, reducing the airway by 100mm. The drain slots on this assembly are totally visible to the exterior face.
With this option the grille extends 70mm to the exterior of the vessel and only 30mm protrudes into the air ducting. This achieves the least restrictive passage within the air ducting. It is recommended that this arrangement is utilised in any restricted airway so as to maximise air flow.
With this option the grilles extend 30mm to the exterior of the vessel and 70mm protrudes into the air ducting. On this assembly the drain slots maybe mounted on the underside edge and thereby are not easily visible. This achieves a more aesthetic external appearance.
The fixing flange is 40mm.
What Info Do I Need For A Quote?
Don't be the only boat heading out to sea without the protection of Marine Air Flow air intake grilles.
Air intake grilles are available starting from $1200 + gst, however the average price of a grille is between $2200~$3000 + gst. The price of the grilles is dependent upon varying factors, and of course the size required to ensure accurate operating air supply is the governing factor in our pricing structure.
We can also manufacture the grilles in almost any shape and offer complete engine room ventilation systems. Before getting in touch, it would be great if you had the following info on hand.