This video shows you how to install a marine growth prevention system (MGPS) in a yacht’s strainer. Garry Churm, a technical manager at Cathelco, the world’s largest manufacturer of MGPS systems, takes you through each step from installing the anode in the strainer lid to making the electrical connections. He then explains how to check the electrical settings and make sure that everything is working properly. Anyone who has suffered the frustration of mussel blockages in the seawater pipework serving engines will understand why a Cathelco MGPS system is a good investment, saving time and maintenance costs. Cathelco is now part of Evac, a company with a portfolio of cleantech solutions for yachts.
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Established in 1956, Cathelco is headquartered in Chesterfield, England, with sales offices in the UK, France, India, Singapore, South Korea, UAE, and Spain, as well as an R&D center in Kiel, Germany and manufacturing units in the UK and France. It has 176 employees and sales agents in 46 countries. Cathelco’s sales turnover in the 2016/2017 financial year was 31 MEUR.
Evac in brief
Evac is the world’s leading provider of integrated waste, wastewater, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries. The company has successfully completed over 20,000 marine, 2,000 offshore, and 2,500 building projects for customers around the world. Evac has offices in Brazil, China, Finland, France, Germany, South Korea, Norway, Sweden, and the USA, as well as representatives in more than 40 countries. Evac’s sales turnover in 2017 was 105 MEUR.