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496 Water-Block Fuel Tank Filter | 1 in. NPT

Part Number 56602
Price: $60.99
Manufactured in the USA
  • Goldenrod® WATER-BLOCK® water absorbing fuel tank filter for farm, construction, and industrial applications
  • For use with common fuels including regular and unleaded gasoline, diesel fuel, gasohol, and various fuel oils; related additives including methyl, ethyl, and isopropyl alcohol 20%
  • Water-absorbing polymers trap water (up to approximately one-half cup), restricting fuel flow when it's time to replace the element
  • Replaceable element removes water and microscopic particles of contaminants (rust, sand, dirt, scale, and lint) as small as 17 microns
  • See-Thru translucent polymer bowl allows for visual monitoring of fuel flow, is alcohol and impact resistant, and stands up to harsh weather conditions
  • Heavy duty zinc die-cast top cap with 1" NPT pipe fittings provides durability and an excellent bowl to top cap seal
  • Easy-to-use sediment drain valve at bottom of bowl
  • Maximum recommended flow rate is 25 gpm
  • Gravity flow rate is approximately 5 gpm with a 24" head
  • Working pressure up to 150 psi
  • Works well by itself or in combination with a 495 general purpose filter for greater filtering efficiency and longer element life
  • Includes a top cap, a gasket, a bowl, and an element
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Goldenrod fuel tank filters are ideal for farm and ranch, construction, service stations, light industrial, and recreational uses. Two distinct filtering systems are available- See-Thru bowl models with replaceable elements or Spin-On models with disposable canisters. Both feature heavy duty top caps with 3/4" or 1" NPT pipe fittings and include a gasket.

Fuel flows from the inward port of the filter top cap through the paper element inside, which removes microscopic particles from the fuel. Clean fuel then flows up through the center of the element and out through the outward port. Change filter element or canister when fuel flow is restricted.


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