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SSE End of Exhaust Spark Arrestor (CE224) *SSE REPLACED BY SAA/SAB*


The Model SSE spark arrestor is designed for installation on the end of the exhaust line for permanent or temporary use applications. The 100% 316 stainless steel spark arrestor is designed for use in marine, oil & gas, refineries, mining, forestry and other hazardous area applications. It is a quenching type alternator that is ATEX certified in accordance to EN 1834-1/2/3:2000, EN 14363:2000, and meets ASTM F2876-10.

Features and Benefits

  • Range of sizes for engine ratings from 4 to 124 KW (5 to 165 HP)
  • ATEX EN1834-1/2/3:2000 & EN14363:2000 compliant
  • Certified for use in zone 1 and 2 areas
  • Meets ASTM F2876-10 requirements for spark arrestors
  • Ideal for offshore and corrosive environments
  • 100% 316 grade stainless steel construction
  • End of exhaust line installation
  • Clamp-on pipe ends standard, clamp included
  • Threaded or flanged connections available to special order
  • Vertical or horizontal installation
Hazardous Area: ATEX  GC Certified to EN 1834-1/2/3:2000 Meets ASTM F2876-10


End of exhaust line
Engine Power Rating: 4 to 124 KW 5 to 165 HP
Pipe Sizes: 31.8 mm to 101.6 mm 1 1/4" to 4"

100% 316 Stainless Steel

Noise Attenuation: 8-10 dB(A) typical

The SSE Spark Arrestor - End of Exhaust is designed for applications where spark emission from a diesel engine exhaust could lead to the ignition of flammable material.

  • Marine
  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas Offshore and Onshore
  • Refineries
  • Forestry

Chalwyn spark arrestors are of the quenching type as defined in BS EN 1834-1:2000 clause 5.10.2. In this design the glowing particles emitted from a diesel engine exhaust are repeatedly impacted against internal spark arrestor surfaces to be cooled and broken down before eventual discharge to atmosphere.