Most modern Genset packages, as of yet, do not include closed crankcase systems in their base configuration, which means it is even more important to specify a Walker AIRSEP® system. For years, top engineers, contractors, and packaging houses have specified AIRSEPS® systems for both prime and standby power, to better meet ongoing OSHA and emission guidelines.
Natural Gas Engines
As an emerging technology, Natural Gas fired engines are becoming increasingly popular. Walker Engineering offers several AIRSEP® kit configurations designed to best deal with the crankcase fumes, as well as the collected blow-by effluent of these engine types.
Systems are now available for HTEL power units on common railroad engine installations supplying electric power to the trains. AIRSEP® systems for locomotive engines are also available in limited configurations.
Specialty diesel engine configurations for such applications as pumps systems, refrigeration, irrigation, and industrial processes require heavy duty fume disposal systems. System flexibility make AIRSEP® the best choice when designing an auxillary engine package that requires reliability and unparalleled system integration.