Cim-Tek 70345 Microglass Bowser Fuel Filter
150 Ltrs Per Min (14 mircon)
- Jet Fuel
Hydrosorb & Hydroglass Cim-Tek fuel filters
About the product
This Cim-Tek Fuel Filter is specifically designed for fitting to fuel bowsers with high flow pump systems. The Cim-Tek 70345 particles only fuel filter is designed for installations where space is an issue thanks to its shorter length design. This fuel tank filter is intended as a spin-on cartridge, meaning it can be easily replaced once it is full.
The Cim-Tek Particle Bowser Fuel Filter is supplied as the element only, with a compatible head available as an accessory, as bowser manufacturers often develop a custom head.
Features of the Cim-Tek 70345 Microglass Bowser Fuel Filter:
- 14 micron Cim Tek filter
- Maximum flow rate of 150lpm
- Designed for fitting to bowsers
- For use with diesel
- Element only (head available)
- Particle only version
Product Models and Features
|CTH1824||Cim-Tek 70345 Microglass Fuel Filter – Particle Only|
14 Micron Particle Filter
Application - Pump
Max Flow Rate (lpm) - 150
Length – 260mm
|£85.95 ex. VAT|
Replacement Head - over to 80 (lpm)
|£59.55 ex. VAT|
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Why do I need a fuel tank filter?
Once stored fuel can easily become contaminated by numerous factors such as dirt, small metal particles and other abrasive components. These particles in your fuel can cause damage for your pump as well as serious engine problems and result in costly downtime, repairs and inconvenience. This fuel tank filter will help prevent all of these from happening because it filters the dispensed fuel and separates the particles. As part of the fuel filtration, you should also consider water contamination. View our water tank filters here.
How long should a fuel filter last before I need to replace the element?
Unfortunately, there is no exact answer to this question as it all depends on the level of contamination in your fuel. The dirtier the fuel in your tank, the quicker the filter will get full. We advise that you always have a spare filter element on-site so that you experience no downtime if your filter is full and blocks.
If you’re experiencing your filter elements blocking a lot quicker than usual, then this may be down to changes in the bio content of diesel. Read our article to find out more.
Why is it important to know your pump flow rate when choosing your filter?
If your pump is too fast for the maximum flow rate of the filter, the filter will keep blocking leaving you unable to dispense. This may also result in the pump running in partial bypass, causing premature wear on the pump vanes and windings. In extreme cases where you have say a 50lpm filter being used with a 150lpm pump, it may even blow the filter element inside rendering it useless. Therefore, if your pump is 70lpm, your filter must be able to cope with at least that.
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