You will be dealing with specialists with crucial know-how and solid experience with crankcase ventilation systems.

One good example of what can result from the combination of crucial know-how and experience was when PipeCon developed a double oil vapour reduction system that reduces oil vapour emissions from the crankcase ventilation system in diesel and gas engines. The system is comprised of an oil vapour extractor installed in the machine room and is connected to the end of the crankcase ventilation system through a pipeline which is installed outside the building or in the machine room.

The oil vapour extractor and the crankcase ventilation system are fitted with a connection to drainage of the collected oil.  To prevent rainwater and dirt from entering the system, the crankcase ventilation system has a closed top.