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 Exhaust Manifold. Slobber and Soot
 Wednesday, August 8 • 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

White paper presentation on Exhaust Manifold: Slobber, soot and heat made a case for a seal and a filter. Unburned fuel in diesel engines can result in engine wear-and-tear, wasted fuel and environmental pollution. The scenario begins with the incomplete combustion of diesel fuel. That leaves “slobber” and/or soot in the exhaust manifold which can be deposited in the engine bay. This presentation will review the concept/strategy for the product, the procedures and conditions of the testing, complete test data, manifold and inflow air temperature and conclusions. 


Brian Biller
Brian Biller is EGC Enterprises’ Chief Engineer. As Chief Engineer, he is responsible for EGC’s Manufacturing and R&D Engineering departments with his primary focus on product development and technical support. He enjoys using his well-rounded materials and processing knowledge to help EGC’s design team improve product designs, solve customers’ problems, and optimize processes. Brian holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Buffalo and currently holds three U.S. Patents.

Tim Seksinsky
Tim Seksinsky is EGC Enterprises’ Sales Manager for heavy truck and transportation. Tim has over 25 years of experience in the heavy truck and transportation industry and is responsible for sales on a worldwide basis. He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from Drexel University.


Sponsored by the Replacement Parts Committee.