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Arctic Steel Strainers – Perfect for Air Con Systems

A very neat installation of two Arctic Steel high performance sea water strainers for an Air Conditioning system. Arctic Steel side inlet, side outlet (SISO) strainers are ideal for Marine Air Con units - they are designed with outlet positioned low so the strainer...

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Marine section now in ADPL Product Catalogue

The  ADPL 718 Dixon Product Catalogue features a new Marine section  – 668 pages of products to choose from. New products include; Arctic Steel marine strainers and fittings, Plasson fittings, EZLink armless Cam & Groove, stainless steel valves along with additions to...

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Stainless Steel 2205 for Underwater Applications

Dixon’s range of Arctic Steel Thru Hull Skin Fittings are truly designed for underwater applications as they are cast in Duplex 2205 stainless steel, making them significantly stronger and more corrosion resistant than 316 fittings. Stainless Steel Industry consensus...

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No Room For Failure

When critical on-board systems must have a dependable supply of clean cooling water, insist on the World’s leading stainless steel water strainers – Arctic Steel. That is why Hart Marine, leading builders of the self-righting ORC Pilot boats, choose Dixon’s Arctic...

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Why is your choice of Water Strainer Important?

Installation where similar metals have been used in both recreational and commercial vessels. I often climb into an engine room to see what type of sea water strainers are fitted to a boat. I can't help myself, it's just curiosity to see what choices boat builders,...

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Noosa Marine Launches 18.7m Power Cat

Bajaca, designed by Roger Hill is  a modern, stylish power catamaran constructed expertly with ATL composite light weight panels by the dedicated team at Noosa Marine. Designed for extended cruising, so priorities were placed on fuel capacity, power generation,...

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Salthouse 68 Refit

Pro Marine, based in O’Connor, WA has recently completed refit work on a Salthouse 68. The vessel’s twin MTU 1000 hp engines were fitted with Arctic Steel 4” strainers as they offered the best quality and performance on the market. Another important feature was the...

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