Air Oil Separator
- For removal of Oil, Particles & Water
- Maximum Pressure: 150 psi
- High Flow 22 SCFM @ 90 PSI
- Clear polycarbonate bowl for easy viewing and durability
- Serviceable 20-micron element
- Twist/turn 3/8 in.-24 drain
- Cleans easily with dish soap (rinse thoroughly, air dry only)
- Made in the USA
- (1) Air Oil & Water Separator, 4 1/2 in. Height x 1 3/4 in. Diameter
- (1) Mounting Bracket
- (2) Self Tapping Screws
- (2) 1/4 in. NPT x 3/8 in. Hose Barb Fittings
Which direction does the air flow,, these usually have an arrow on them, this one does not.
Does the filter material become saturated with oil or does it drip out into the bowl after sitting overnight? I need to be able to measure the exact amount of oil it catches every time I use it. (I'm not going to use it on a car)
Can you buy replacement bowl if it ever cracks and breaks after the warranty is up
What is the warranty on aS far as if the clear Bowl starts to crack
Does the bowl unscrew? Do you have these in other colors?
How can we get the filter replacement for this unit ?
Can i use it on a carb big block check motor
So does it come with the hose barb fittings or not? The title says no, but the description says it does.
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