PERKO takes fuel system design training on the road
March 16, 2010 10:24 am
Now busy boat and fuel tank builders don't have to wait for the next trade show to learn about the new diurnal emissions requirements and the numerous options available to address them. Bringing the latest advancements in fuel system technology to their doorsteps, Perko is conducting in-depth, training seminars across the country.
"The primary goal of these seminars is to convey enough information to builders so that they feel comfortable designing their own fuel systems and/or evaluating design proposals offered by suppliers," said VP of sales and marketing George Bellwoar. "More than 40 builders have already attended one of these sessions."
The seminar covers the new emissions requirements and solutions. Sample tanks, valves, canisters, vents and fills help builders understand fuel system design issues, such as creating ullage and proper venting, as well as avoiding spitback and wellback.
To find a seminar nearby, contact Perko. More details on the company's new Evaporative Emissions Control Systems, emissions regulations, requirements and solutions can be found at www.perkofuelsystems.com. Established in 1907, Perko manufactures superior marine lights, hardware and other accessories.