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SWK 2000/5/50

 

 swk2000-5-50

SEPAR 2000/5/50 

MEASUREMENT 


MAX FLOW 

GPH

79

LPH

300

PORT SIZE

INCHES UNF

3/4"

METRIC

16mm

 

 

 


  SWK 2000/10

swk2000-10

SEPAR 2000/10

MEASUREMENT 


MAX FLOW 

GPH

158

LPH

600

PORT SIZE

INCHES UNF

7/8"

METRIC

22mm

 

SWK 2000/18

swk2000-18

SEPAR 2000/18

MEASUREMENT 


MAX FLOW 

GPH

285

LPH

1080

PORT SIZE

INCHES UNF

1.1/16"

METRIC

26mm

  SWK 2000/40/MK

swk2000-40mk

SEPAR 2000/40/MK 

MEASUREMENT


MAX FLOW 

GPH

634

LPH

2400

PORT SIZE

INCHES UNF

1.5/16"

METRIC

33mm

  SWK 2000/130/MK

swk2000-130mk

SEPAR 2000/130/MK

MEASUREMENT


MAX FLOW 

GPH

2060

LPH

7800

PORT SIZE

 

2"pipe

 

SWK 2000/5/50U

swk2000-5-50u

SEPAR 2000/5/50U

MEASUREMENT 


MAX FLOW 

GPH

79

LPH

300

PORT SIZE

 

 

METRIC

12mm


SWK 2000/10/U

swk2000-10u

SEPAT 2000/10U

MEASUREMENT 


MAX FLOW 

GPH

158

LPH

600

PORT SIZE

 

 

METRIC

15mm

 

  SWK 2000/18/U

swk2000-18u

SEPAR 2000/18/U

MEASUREMENT 


MAX FLOW 

GPH

285

LPH

1080

PORT SIZE

 

 

METRIC

22mm

 

SWK 2000/40U 

swk2000-40u

SEPAR 2000/40U 

MEASUREMENT 


MAX FLOW 

GPH

634

LPH

2400

PORT SIZE

 

 

METRIC

35mm

 

  SWK 2000/130/UMK

swk2000-130umk

SEPAR 2000/130/MK

MEASUREMENT


MAX FLOW 

GPH

2060

LPH

7800

PORT SIZE

 

2" Pipe

 

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Technical Specifications

About The Separ 2000
SEPAR 2000 a water separator and light diesel fuel filter. A completely new, multiple centrifugal system provides a 100% solution to the problems of water and dirt.

FEATURES OF THE SEPAR 2000

1. Small physical size in comparison to flow rate. 
2. High performance. 
3. Low restriction (delta P) 
4. Long-life filter element. 
5. Easy installation. 
6. Simple in operation. 

FUEL FLOW
Fuel is sucked into the filter by the action of the lift pump via either port A or B.

Plug off the port that is not being used 
Filter is designed for the suction side of the engine 

STAGE 1
Fuel enters through port A or B where it will then enter the centrifuge, separating larger particles of dirt and droplets of water down to 30 microns. The centrifuge does not spin. The filter spins the fuel in a circular motion as it passes through the channels of the centrifuge.

STAGE 2
Still in the circular motion fuel reaches the bowl section, where, due to this centrifugal motion water droplets and heavier particles (down to 30 microns in size) are forced to the wall of the bowl, eventually settling in the bottom of the bowl.

STAGE 3
The fuel flows through the second centrifuge stage and passes on the outside of the centrifuge. At this point the small droplets of water and dirt particles are thrown to the centre of the bowl, moving around and forming larger droplets of water. There the larger vane will catch the particles and bring them down through the vane. This is produced by the vacuum on the lowest part of the second vane.

STAGE 4
Below the filter element the flow area of the filter is increased significantly which reduces the fuel flow rate. This calming effect allows even smaller water droplets and particles to fall out on the inner surfaces of the housing, forming larger droplets which eventually fall into the bottom of the bowl by gravity.

STAGE 5
The final filtration of the remaining water and particles still in the fuel will be effected by a replaceable filter element. These filter elements are produced from a special filter media and are available in different pore sizes.

FILTER ELEMENTS

  • Available in 10 or 30 micron rating. 
  • Filters can be cleaned - please see back-flushing procedures.
  • Fuel then leaves the filter through port C or D.
  • Plug off the port that is not being used or a vacuum gauge kit is available for installation from Separ Filters. 

BACKFLUSHING
Back-flushing is required when dirt and water block the filter element. 

The following signs will indicate this:

  • Loss of engine power
  • Black smoke may exhaust from the engine
  • Vacuum gauge will indicate a high restriction reading on the element of the filter. 

    BACK-FLUSHING PROCEDURES
  • Stop the engine or switch over to the spare filter on the switchable units 
    Open the bleed screw
  • This introduces atmospheric pressure into the filter
  • The dirt particles and larger droplets of water will release from the bottom of the filter element
  • Gravity will assist the dirt particles as they slowly fall to the bottom of the bowl
  • Open the drain valve (PUSH IN AND TURN)
  • The clean fuel above the filter will back-flush through the filter element. This will release the smaller dirt and water particles.
  • Drain the fuel until the dirt and water are removed from the filter and the bowl.
  • Close the drain valve. 
  • Close the bleed screw (DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN) 

    You may now start your engine or switch back to the clean filter 
    If the engine still lacks power, try back-flushing the filter again 
    If restriction is still too high, change the filter element.