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31 March to 2 April - Stall 421 in the Lower RICC
WHY LET THE RAIN IN?
Australian sourced materials
When rain enters a 4WD snorkel, the air filter is wet and water vapour enters the combustion chamber. The only way an air filter dries out is when the water particles being drawn into the engine are burnt out as steam.
The Rain Interceptor is a device that will virtually eliminate rain intake into a 4WD snorkel, preventing this problem altogether.
- The interceptor front face is designed to be positioned above the centre of the snorkel intake to allow a non-restricted passage of air into the engine.
- Most of the air drawn into the snorkel flows over the bonnet and up the windscreen.
- It is laser cut from either 304 grade stainless steel (original and silver versions) or powder coated galvanised steel (fire red version).
- It has a long outdoor life.
- Has 1 mm thickness for adequate strength without excessive weight.
- The length of the arm also covers 1 extra rear mounting hole (in some versions).
- The front face is roughly the same size as the snorkel intake area.
- The front face is set forward of the snorkel air intake significantly to stabilise air flow without restricting air intake into the engine.
I have an Australian pending patent and have applied for a US patent to protect the Interceptor. There are several different designs in the near future – all covered by my pending patent.