GoldenRod 497 BIO-FLO Fuel Tank Filter
95 Ltrs Per Min (10 micron)
- Jet Fuel
The Official UK & Ireland Agent for Goldenrod fuel filters
About the product
The GoldenRod 497 BIO-FLO Fuel Tank Filter is the particle filter for biodiesel up to B100 from the leading filtration brand in the agricultural market. Whilst used within many industries for filtering the impurities on a fuel storage tank, thanks to being suitable for gravy fed installations as well as compatible pumping systems, GoldenRod fuel filters are widely recognised amongst the farming community.
The 497 fuel tank filters benefit from a paper cartridge elment inside a clear bowl with a drain point, allowing for the viewing and subsequent drainage of any debris or particles that have been removed.
All GoldenRod filter components including the GoldenRod 497-5 element are available individually as replacements (see accessories table).
Features of the GoldenRod 497 BIO-FLO Fuel Tank Filter:
- 10 micron particle fuel filter
- Paper filter element
- Maximum flow rate of 95litres Per Min
- For gravity & pump systems
- 1” F BSP Inlet/Outlet
- 1 1/8"-12 M UNF Filter Thread
- Suitable for biodiesel up to B100
- Includes 1 x head, 1 x bowl and 1 x filter element
Product Models and Features
|CTJ1815||GoldenRod 497 Fuel Filter Complete|
10 Micron Particle Filter
Application - Gravity/Pump
Max Flow Rate (lpm) - 95
Pressure (bar) - 10
Inlet/Outlet - 1" F BSP
Filter Thread - 1 1/8"-12 M UNF
Biodiesel up to B100
|£107.45 ex. VAT|
Replacement Filter Head
|£25.20 ex. VAT|
GoldenRod Fuel Filter Housing 495-4
|£29.10 ex. VAT|
Stainless Steel 40 Mesh Strainer 470-15 Only
|£26.75 ex. VAT|
Stainless Steel 80 Mesh Strainer 470-16 Only
Stainless Steel 80 Mesh Strainer 470-16 Only
|£32.40 ex. VAT|
GoldenRod Wrench 491 For Easy Removal of Bowl
|£13.35 ex. VAT|
GoldenRod 497-5 Element Only
|£24.55 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. In this case, we recommend considering fuel tank water absorber such as Aquafighter that removes both free and emulsified water directly from the fuel tank.
How can I extend the life of my filter element?
Filters need replacing when they have done their job by filtering out impurities from fuel. Therefore, the dirtier the fuel that passes through them, the quicker they will get full and need replacing. One of the tips we can give is to fit the cleanable, stainless steel GoldenRod mesh filter element.
By fitting this inline first, it is able to catch any large contaminants, leaving the paper one to filter out the smaller yet still damaging bits, therefore protecting it from having to be replaced as often.
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 atleast that.
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