Very good filters have never given a moments trouble, reasonably priced too!
June 16, 2018
I had 2 of these dump glitter particles into the fuel upon first use.
One was original equipment on a brand new paramotor. The second was from Aircraft Spruce for a syphon to test fuel before putting it into the paramotor.
October 11, 2019
Q: How often should it be replaced?
Per the manufacturer, there is no set time frame for replacement. All depends on usage and conditions of use.
Q: What are the dimensions of this inline fuel filter?
The length is approx 2.115" and the OD at it's widest is approx 0.875".
Q: I was using this filter for years on a O-200. now we have two Rotax (one 912S and one 914 Turbo) on our planes. Rotax has a service buletin about such filters and theyr weakness on elevated temperatures. The mention a material (or quality) of PA6, witch is now forbidden in all aviation application (experimental, UL as well as certified).
- What kind of material is this filter made?
- What range of ambient temperature are ok?
The filter is made of polyethylene terephalate (E-85 Compatible) and sintered porous bronze. Thermal properties for the PET are: heat deflection @ 175* F, Melting point @ 490* F, applicable temp range for thermal expansion @ 50*-250* F, max serving temp for long term @ 230* F.
Q: Is this inline fuel filter TSOd for certified use?
No, this filter is intended for use in experimental aircraft only.