Attwood carbon canisters earn CARB certification

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There are more than 400,000 Attwood Carbon Canister systems currently on the water.

There are more than 400,000 Attwood Carbon Canister systems currently on the water.

The California Air Resources Board has granted Attwood Corporation a component Executive Order (RM-18-004) for its Trailerable Carbon Canisters used in fuel systems.

The executive order states that boats equipped with Attwood’s 99CC035/045/085 series canisters are approved and CARB compliant for the 2019 model year. They also meet the requirements and are certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. CARB’s rating is a little different than the current EPA categorization. Manufacturers and service facilities can visit to learn which canister is recommended for an application.

The canister design has been validated through CARB’s durability procedures and features the same construction since it was first released in summer 2011. Attwood says its presently in the process of acquiring certification for its non-trailerable carbon canister. 


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