Parker Filter Monitor Cartridge

CDF-210P
$34.20 / EA
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  • Manufacturer: Parker Velcon
  • Product Family: CD Series
  • Filter Rating: 0.5 Micron
  • Service: Fuel
  • Size: 2 in. OD x 10.812 in. L
  • Product Type: Cartridge
Parker Velcon CD Series Filter Monitor Cartridge, 2" OD x 10.812" L, 0.5 Micron, 175 PSI Collapse/25 PSI Changeout Differential, 10 GPM, Fuel Filter Monitor Cartridge.
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Product Description

Filter Monitor Cartridge; Type Cartridge; Size 2 Inch Outside Diameter x 10.812 Inch Length; Filter Rating 0.5 Micron; Service Fuel; Temperature Rating 160 Deg F; Pressure Rating 175 PSI (Collapse), 25 PSI (Changeout Differential); Flow Rate 10 GPM; Application Aviation; Applicable Standard EI 1583

Features/Benefits

Improved Salt Water Performance; Conductive End Caps and Adhesive to Reduce Static Charge within the Vessel; O-Ring Seal Minimizes the Possibility of Bypassing Contaminated Fuel at Differential Pressures up to 175 PSI; Rugged Construction Collapse Strength Exceeds 175 PSI Differential Pressure

Series/Model Info

The Velcon CDF® P Series cartridges are designed to provide superior performance and reliability in standard fuel monitor housings through a unique, patented combination of media that absorbs water, filters solids that may be present in the fuel and provides for reduced static charge. The cartridge has injection molded endcaps that are bonded to the media and an O-ring seal on the outlet end. This minimizes the possibility of bypassing contaminated fuel or transmission of water downstream at low flow rates. As the cartridge removes water and/or dirt from the influent fuel there will be an increase in the pressure differential along with a decrease in flow rate. These changes are the result of flow restriction caused by dirt retention or water absorption in the media. The rate of these changes depends on the quantity of water or dirt contamination in the fuel.