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Old 08-02-2013, 13:38   #1
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Heat exchanger anode


I have discovered that my Seakamp Heat Exchanger (HE) is missing its zinc anode. Where the anode is supposed to be screwed in, the previous owner has connected a short hose which runs from the HE to the PSS shaft seal. Is this an acceptable way to provide lubrication to the shaft? (at the expense of the HE) If I should change this, is there a preferred way to set it up?

Thanks in advance

Ps: The exchanger measures 3"x14.5", is made by Seakamp and is mounted to the flywheel housing.
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