The Parker Racor 900FH Turbine Fuel Filter offers protection for engines with a maximum fuel flow rate of 341 l/hr. It features the Aquabloc® filter media, a unique engineered product that incorporates pleat-spacing corrugations as well as a graduated pore structure to increase the dirt holding capacity and extend filter life.
Aquabloc® is specially treated to separate and coalesce water away from fuel, causing it to gather into large water droplets which fall into the collection bowl for extraction.
Racor Aquabloc® elements come in three different lengths for various flow rates and are colour coded with the following:
- “2” micron brown.
- “10” micron blue.
- “30” micron red.
The lower the micron rating the finer the filtration. “2” micron elements are required when there are no additional downstream filters. Ultimately, the micron rating preferred will be a function of fuel quality, operating climates and maintenance schedules.
- Containerised generator sets.
How the Racor 900FH Turbine Series works
The Racor Turbine Series fuel filters protect engines through a patented three-stage process:
SEPARATION. The turbine centrifuge separates solids and “free” water through centrifugal action. Although the turbine series has no moving parts – over 30% of contaminants are removed at this point.
COALESCING. Smaller water droplets and solids coalesce on the specially designed conical baffle and fall to the collection bowl.
FILTRATION. Engines benefit from nearly 100% water separation and fuel filtration with Racor proprietary Aquabloc water repelling media. (The filter media is available in a choice of 2, 10 or 30 microns.)
Changing the fuel filter is a simple task. Simply unscrew the ‘T’ handle (by hand), then remove the element using the handle. Then replace the element.
The Turbine Series are available with a see-through bowl, which will not discolour from contact with alcohol or UV light. Metal bowls are also available for hazardous locations.