Cim-Tek 70075/76 Hydrosorb Gravity Fuel Filter

100 Ltrs Per Min (10 or 30µ)

Cim-Tek 70075/76 Hydrosorb Gravity Fuel Filter

Cim-Tek 70065/66 Hydrosorb Gravity Fuel Filter

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  • D
  • AdBlue
  • Air
  • Antifreeze
  • Any
  • Chemical
  • Diesel
  • Grease
  • Jet Fuel
  • Kerosene
  • Oil
  • Petrol
  • Rapsoil
  • Water
  • Windscreen
Cim-Tek Filters

Hydrosorb & Hydroglass Cim-Tek fuel filters

About the product

This Cim-Tek 70075/76 Hydrosorb Fuel Filter is designed for fitting to the outlet of either a gravity of pumping installation to remove water and particles from the fuel. The fuel tank filter element is constructed from resin coated paper, which fits inside the easily replaceable when full, spin-on cartridge.

There are two versions of this Cim-Tek fuel tank filter available; a 30µ and a 10µ depending upon how important the filtration process is.

Features of the Cim-Tek 70075/76 Hydrosorb Gravity Fuel Filter:

  • 30 or 10µ Cim Tek filter
  • Water & particle filtration
  • Maximum flow rate of 100lpm
  • Designed for gravity fed systems
  • For use with diesel
  • Cim-Tek part code: 70076 & 70075
  • Element only (head available)

Product Models and Features

CTH1807Cim-Tek 70076 Hydrosorb Fuel Filter – Particle & Water 30µ

30 Micron Water/Particle Filter

Paper Filter

Application - Gravity

Max Flow Rate (lpm) - 100


£68.40 ex. VAT
CTH1805Cim-Tek 70075 Hydrosorb Fuel Filter – Particle & Water 10µ

10 Micron Water/Particle Filter

Paper Filter

Application - Gravity

Max Flow Rate (lpm) - 100


£70.60 ex. VAT

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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