Fuel-Water Separator Housings/Vessels
Water removal is typically done in the primary (i.e. first) stage of fuel filtration, using a specialized coalescing fuel/water separator filter in an appropriately sized housing/vessel. This media is not only designed to remove water, it is a first line of defense against harmful particulate found in the fuel line, making it a critical component of a high-functioning diesel engine. The effective removal of water in the primary stage of fuel filtration is critical to protect expensive injection tips, and maintain efficient combustion in today’s high pressure engines.
Housings are available in a variety of sizes and styles. Purchase considerations include the fuel line’s flow rate, anticipated filter change-out frequency, size and shape of the engine compartment and line size. We have a wide array of different fuel-water separator housings available for both diesel and gasoline, and can help ensure that your engine consistently receives clean, dry fuel.
RANGE OF SPECIFICATIONS
Construction Materials: Carbon Steel and/or Aluminum housings/heads, Plastic/Metal bowls, PVC replacement parts
Sizing: 6″ tall – 24″ tall x 3″ – 7″ width for single housings, duplex and triplex also available
Inlets/Outlets: Various Inlet/Outlet Sizes and Configuration available, 1/4″ NPT, 3/8″ NPT, 3/4″ NPT, 7/8″-14 UNF, Others
Flow Rate: 15GPH to 180GPM for single housings, up to 540GPH for triplex housings
Available Options: DP Gauges, Water Sensors, Electric Heaters, Priming Pumps, Clear/Metal Bowls, Shut off Valves (on duplex/triplex models), Drains
Trucks (On & Off-Highway)
Auxiliary Power Units