Prevents return fuel flow during normal operation but provides by-pass fuel feed in an emergency if the fuel pump fails. Wt. 1 oz., 2-7/8" long. Use with tube fittings for 3/8" dia. fuel line. Anodized for corrosion resistance.
Made in USA
I replaced my old check valve same part number that was on my aircraft for 10 years, new one works as advertised.
Installed in a gravity feed system, in parallel with a Facet boost pump. This valve is indeed free flow (zero PSI breakout pressure) and as such works well in the gravity feed system, when the pump is turned off. The pump is only turned on for extreme nose up attitudes.
The item works great at sealing as a check valve. I had to open up and clean the seats from dust and once clean it worked great. I used it for vent and gas applications.
Tried two of these. Both leaked and I ended up with fuel all over the floor of my hanger.
Failed, wasted $75 worth of fuel on the floor. Was in the upright position.
Since it is not spring loaded, it never worked and it was in a vertical position.
Yes, it uses 3/8" tube fittings, which is a -6 AN flare.
Per ACS Products, it is a gravity flow piston. It only allows fuel flow in one direction.
Yes. This is for a free floating application, but can be mounted in any position.
0 PSI for breakout; 20 PSI max.
0 PSI for breakout; 20 PSI max. Seal are made of viton rubber.
The piston is made of Delrin and there is no rating for ethanol.
No, this product does not have a bleed function.
We do not have any reports of failure to flow in the proper direction. There is only a plastic piston on the inside and even if it is put in wrong, it will still flow just not stop.
The dimensions are 2-7/8 long. This is not available in any other sizes or modifications.
No, the 10630 is not FAA/PMA approved.