Racor Offers Literature On Its N e w Spin-On Fuel Filter/Water Separator

Racor Industries, Inc. of Modesto, Calif., has literature available on the company's new Spin-On Fuel Filter/ Water Separator which the company says achieves levels of water separation and particulate removal that previously required two or three separate units.

Under the heading "One Head Is Better Than Three," the literature, illustrated with color photographs, explains that the key component of the Racor Spin-On Fuel Filter/ Water Separator is one die-cast aluminum head, now being OEM installed as standard equipment. The head accommodates one of three spin-on filter options: Filter Type I provides vacuum or pressure side high-capacity solids removal with water sump; Filter Type II is a vacuum side dual-media element that optimizes water and particulates removal down to two microns; and Filter type III is a pressure side element with four distinct media that capture particulates while coalescing and separating emulsified water. Filter Types II and III are installed with a clear impact-resistant collection bowl or metal bowl for severe conditions.

Racor says that when two or three fuel filters (primary, secondary and water separator) are replaced by one, manufacturing costs are dramatically reduced and at the same time, the new system gives users flexibility through a series of upgradable spin-on filters and accessories that will meet their filtration needs in any application. Standard features include primer pump, check ball, bleed vent and dual outlet ports for ease of installation. For cold weather starting and running, an electrical in-filter heater is an optional feature. Water sensor indicators may also be specified.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 29,  Nov 1984

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