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MODEL GCF-E1
SUB MICRON FILTER ELEMENT

BENEFITS

  • BELOW 1 MICRON FILTRATION
  • DENSE CELLULOSE MEDIA OFFERS LONGER SERVICE INTERVALS
  • PATENTED GUIDE POSITIONING PLATES
  • STANDARD ELEMENT FOR ALL GCF PRODUCTS (Except 01-Jr)
  • LOWERS REPLACEMENT ELEMENT INVENTORY

APPLICATIONS

  • GCF FUEL FILTER
  • GCF OIL FILTER
  • GCF HYDRAULIC FILTER
  • ALL OTHER GCF FILTRATION SYSTEMS

SPECIFICATIONS

MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE: 90 PSI
DIMENSIONS: (H) 11.5  (W)6.00  (D)  6.00
WEIGHT: 1 LB

DEPTH FILTRATION

Factory Full Flow Filters use surface filtration.  These surface filters remove particles of a given size allowing smaller particles to pass through.  For Example, many factory spin on oil filters remove particles down to 10 microns.  The majority of wear in diesel engines is caused by particles smaller than 5 microns.  Depth Filtration consists of a fixed matrix of fibers arranged in random fashion.  They provide a large number of flow passages through which particles must find their way.  The result of this arrangement is a broad pore distribution with the ability to remove many smaller sized particles, in contrast with the narrow pore distribution found in surface filters.  GCF Filters use cellulose media, which not only traps microscopic particles below 1 micron in size, but also chemically dries the oil or fuel by absorbing moisture.  Common filter media uses cardboard type material that does very little to remove moisture.  The Gulf Coast Filter has been proven in test after test with companies such as Shell Offshore and Scott Paper  to positively eliminate routine oil changes and drastically lower wear rates.

 

 

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