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The Camco Gen-turi RV Generator Exhaust System is a venting system designed specifically for RV generators that provides for fresher air around RVs as well as reduces generator noise. The Gen-turi utilizes a tubing and coupling system to raise generator exhaust above the top level of your RV. It can be used with RVs utilizing virtually any exhaust pipes size by way of a variety of adapters. Additional features include: light weight design, a rubberized stabilizing/sound reduction system and a storage bag.
RV generators are a popular and convenient tool for providing instant power when you on the road, but close quarters at rallies, tailgate parties and at campgrounds create a need for a reduction in the noise and exhaust fumes that they generate. This is where Gen-turi comes in. The Gen-turi is made specifically for use with RV generators,* when the vehicle is at rest. It diverts nasty fumes away from the ground, where they can be inhaled by neighboring RVers and campers, allowing you all your comforts while remaining a good neighbor. As generator exhaust is vented above the roof line of the RV and is also air cooled in a patented process.
Dilution of fumes leads to less rattle that is often transferred to the vehicle body, and then the surrounding area, resulting in reducing noise all around. The Gen-turi is also conveniently light weight at only nine pounds, and comes with its own soft storage bag.
Exhaust "noise" comes from two sources: vibration and the sound made by the actual gases leaving the exhaust pipe. Most manufacturers mount generators in a manner that uses some type of rubber material to isolate the vibration of the generator. Even though the Gen-turi is rigidly secured to the exhaust system, rubber straps are used to stabilize the Gen-turi to the coach. This prevents transferring the vibration noise of the generator system to the coach. As an added benefit, the noise made by the gases discharging from the generator exhaust pipe is diverted upward, above the roof line of the coach. As a result, in most installations, the exhaust system is actually quieter with the Gen-turi installed.
The Camco Gen-turi Air Cooled Generator Exhaust System is designed for near universal compatibility. With that in mind, it can be used with any recreational vehicle that utilizes an exhaust pipe with an outside diameter of 1", 1¼", 1⅜", 1½", 1⅝", 1¾", and 2". Adapters required for 1¼", 1⅜", and 1½" are included. These will accommodate most installations. Adapters required for 1", 1⅝", 1¾", and 2" may be purchased separately.
It is recommended that the Genturi exhaust pipe extend 6" above your RV's roofline. Genturi has an overall length of 120". Please measure your RV for compatibility.
Camco started in 1966 with one employee and one product. Today, over 40 years later, we have more than 350 employees, over 3,000 products and five manufacturing facilities to better serve our customers’ needs. Our home office is in Greensboro, North Carolina. We also have locations in Elkhart, Indiana; Portland, Oregon; Leominster, Massachusetts and our newest facility in Beilun, China.
Competitive pricing, superior service, quality products and customer satisfaction are the foundations upon which Camco operates. Our friendly, knowledgeable customer service staff stands ready to assist our customers with any questions. At Camco, we take pride in meeting the ever changing demands of a challenging marketplace while serving you, our most valuable asset.
*The Gen-turi should not be used on generators not specifically designed for and used in an RV.
Great stuff! Currently at Key West (Sigsbee NAS) dry camp and we really needed this. Wife an I were getting headaches from the genset fumes however 1 day later the air is clear. Read morePublished 8 days ago by W.C. Libby
While I haven't used it yet, I'm sure I will and that it work as advertized.Published 1 month ago by C. L. Wolfkiel
Just what we needed for our RV although the pipe was a bit flimsy.Published 1 month ago by Dorothy Sholeen
Only complaint straps wouldn't stay stuck to side of RV had to drill holes to keep them onPublished 2 months ago by Denise Hayden