Engine liquid filtration systems

  • 06-Jul-2009 12:32 EDT

The Modular Fuel System from Donaldson is a bolt-on replacement to existing medium-flow filters that consists of a single-base head assembly and modular components including a water sensor, electrical heater, visual water bowl, manual priming pump, and life indicator (electronic or visual). Additionally, the filter can feature a twist and drain valve, interchangeable between the clear plastic bowl and the spin-on, to reduce maintenance costs. The mix-and-match components allow customers to build individualized filters. The devices can use different fuel media technologies, including traditional silicone treated cellulose or synthetic media featuring Synteq, which removes contaminants and emulsified water from the fuel stream with a multiple-layered media technology.

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