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  • Vetus Elbow Hose Connectors

    Vetus Elbow Hose Connectors

    Vetus plastic elbow hose connectors are designed for marine wet exhaust systems. Sizes ranging from...

    Price: $14.64 to $69.45
  • Vetus Straight Hose Connectors

    Vetus Straight Hose Connectors

    Straight hose connectors join exhaust hoses and components of marine engine wet exhaust systems....

    Price: $12.14 to $56.69
  • Vetus Plastic Transom Exhaust Connections

    Vetus Plastic Transom Exhaust Connections

    Transom exhaust connections vent wet marine exhaust systems through the boat's transom....

    Price: $34.52 to $87.03
  • Vetus Rubber Transom Exhaust Connections

    Vetus Rubber Transom Exhaust Connections

    Rubber Vetus transom exhaust connections have a rubber sleeve and stainless steel ring to vent...

    Price: $67.20 to $181.80
  • Vetus Exhaust Temperature Alarm

    Vetus Exhaust Temperature Alarm

    Vetus Exhaust Temperature Alarm alerts you of excessive heat buildup in wet exhaust systems should...

    Price: $71.35 to $116.94
  • Vetus Goosenecks

    Vetus Goosenecks

    Vetus plastic goosenecks prevent seawater from entering your boat's engine via the transom connectio...

    Price: $105.84 to $350.39
  • Vetus Mufflers

    Vetus Mufflers

    Vetus mufflers for wet exhaust systems found on inboard marine engines....

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    Price: $119.30 to $348.73
  • Vetus Waterlocks Type NLP

    Vetus Waterlocks Type NLP

    Vetus type NLP waterlocks are exhaust muffler components for inboard engines and generator sets...

    Price: $198.52 to $326.78
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Exhaust components offered by Vetus and Centek are designed for marine wet exhaust systems. Water integrated wet exhaust systems offer the advantage of sound deadening those exhaust gases that otherwise crackle the midnight air. Wet exhaust cools the high temperature gases, which adds a measure of safety and also lowers the sound carrying capability. To do this effectively, consideration must be given to a design that mixes the water and gas enough without creating back pressure in the engine. Specifications to any particular engine should always be taken into consideration whenever installing these items. An excellent safety provision for any exhaust system is installing an exhaust temperature alarm. This senses an overheating engine earlier than the thermostat found in the coolant system. This simple measure can quickly detect a clogged sea strainer or restricted water pump before the internal temperature has risen high enough to seize an engine. An engine exhaust alarm is recommended on wet exhaust system.
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