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Racor Marine Diesel Spin-On Series Model 110A Diesel Fuel Filter/Water Separator Assembly - 110A
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Racors 110A model filter is designed to provide the maximum protection while using minimal space. Designed for gas or diesel application this assembly provides a 15 gallons per hour flow rate with a high fuel pressure limit. Metal housing is standard and with multiple ports installation is quick and painless. (Replacement Filters: R11S 2 Micron, R11T 10 Micron) Introduction The Racor 100 Series features a variety of compact sizes to fit the most cramped engine compartments. All units feature 1/4-18 NPTF inlet and outlet fuel ports and a unitized mounting bracket Elements All 100 Series assemblies feature spin-on, high-capacity, AquablocII replaceable filter elements which stop water, remove solid contamination, and are available in 2, 10, and 30 micron (model 110A is a cartridge element and is available with a 10 micron element only). Filtration needs should be based on application, fuel quality, operating climates, and maintenance schedules. Clear Bowls All units feature spin-on contaminant collection bowls. The clear bowls used with these models will not discolor from alcohol, additives, or UV light and have a leak-proof, positive seal drain for easy servicing (except the 110A). Water and contamination levels can be seen easily at a glance. Options 100 Series optional accessories include: water detection kits, vacuum or compound gauges and metal bowls. Metal bowls should be specified when filtering fuels in hazardous locations where equipment is exposed to flying gravel and debris. Installation Note: exercise great caution when installing a 100 Series fuel filter/water separator to avoid a fire hazard. Do not smoke, or allow any open flame or excessive heat which could ignite a fire. Perform installation in a well ventilated area. Refer to mounting instructions and installation diagram and install as follows: 1. Make sure engine is off and cool to touch. 2. Apply thread sealant to 1/4 NPTF fittings. Warning: do not use thread tape as particles may break off and contribute to clogging element. Also, tape particles on outlet side of filter will jam or foul injectors. 3. Thread fittings into appropriate fuel ports and tighten snugly. Plug unused ports, if any, with port plugs and tighten snugly. 4. Mount filter vertically in a protected area and away from heat sources. Maintain at least 2 in. (5.1 cm) of clearance below filter for servicing. 5. Attach fuel lines to filter. Avoid tight bends and rubbing areas when routing fuel hose. 6. Follow priming instructions on next page. Service Element replacement frequency is determined by contamination level in fuels. Fuel flow to engine becomes restricted as element gradually plugs with contaminants, resulting in noticeable power loss and/or hard starting. As a guideline, change element every 500 hours, 10,000 miles, every other oil change, annually, or at first indication of power loss, whichever occurs first. Always carry extra replacement elements as one tankful of excessively dirty fuel can quickly plug a filter. 1. Make sure engine is off and cool to touch. 2. Close all fuel valves, if applicable, to ensure excess fuel does not spill during servicing. 3. Open vent plug on mounting head, if applicable. 4. Drain unit of fuel. 5. Remove bowl and element. Dispose of element properly. Bowl is reusable. 6. Lubricate new element seals with motor oil or clean fuel and install new element. 7. Re-install bowl and tighten by hand only - do not use tools. 8. Close vent plug, if applicable and tighten snugly. 9. Open all fuel valves, if applicable. 10. Follow priming instructions on the next page. Draining Water is heavier than fuel and will settle to bottom of bowl and appear different in color if collected in a clear jar. In high humidity environments, check bowl frequently (daily if a poor fuel source is suspected). 100 Series bowls are equipped with a water sensor port that accepts a water probe (sold separately) and alerts operator of a high water condition in the filter (except 140 no water probe port available). Warning: Do NOT use water probe electronics in gasoline applications an explosion could occur. 1. Make sure engine is off and cool to touch. 2. Open vent plug, if applicable. 3. Drain water from filter by opening self-venting drain (110A users: remove probe plug). Close as soon as all water has evacuated. Note: if drain is open too long, the entire filter assembly may drain completely of water and fuel. 4. Close and tighten vent plug snugly. 5. Follow priming instructions. Priming 1. Remove bowl and element together, and fill with clean fuel. 2. Re-install bowl and element. 3. Verify all other connections are tight. 4. Start engine and check for leaks. Correct as necessary with engine off. Please call to order replacement parts Specifications 110A Maximum Flow Rate: (with diesel fuel)/(with gasoline) Diesel: 15 GPH (57 LPH)Gas: 35 GPH (132 LPH) Port Size: (SAE J476) 1/4-18 NPTF Total Number of Ports: 4 Total 2 inlet 2 outlet Minimum Service/Clearance 2.0 in (5.1 cm) Height 6 (15.2 cm) Depth 3.3 in. (8.4 cm) Width 3.2 in. (8.1 cm) Weight (dry) 1.3 lb (0.59 kg) Clean Pressure Drop 0.15 PSI Max. Allowable Pressure 100 PSI Available Options Water sensor probe Water in Bowl Capacity 1.2 oz. (36 ml) Water Removal Efficiency 99% Operating Temperature -40o to +255oF (-40o to +123oC)
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