Fuel Cell Accessories
JEGS 15364 Rollover Vent Valve designed for use in a dragster with an exposed fuel cell that is mounted behind the driver. It does not require a vent/splash tube. It is NOT legal for use in any vehicle that is enclosed and/or where the driver is exposed to fumes.
JEGS Drag Race Fuel Cells are approved for competition. They feature sturdy yet lightweight roto-molded, cross-linked polyethylene construction; aircraft-style flush-mount lever lock lid; and safety foam that prevents low-level starvation to increase performance.
JEGS Rollover Vent Valves are made from lightweight aluminum and designed with a one-way check valve that allows air to flow through the vent line under normal operating conditions, and in the event of a rollover, the valve closes off the vent line keeping fuel in the cell and not allowing it to spill over. These valves are available in internal and external mount applications and in AN sizes of -6 AN, -8 AN, and -10 AN. Rollover valves are mandatory for many sanctioned racing organizations for safety precautions. Please consult your rules book or safety crew.
Would this vent valve be appropriate for an in-bed diesel transfer tank? I'm setting up a 90 gal. tank for fuel transfers and need to vent it somehow. It needs to be "weather tight" as it will be exposed to rain etc.
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