Separ 2000 Fuel Filter

Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC is an authorized distributor for the range of Separ 2000 Water Separator & Fuel Filters.

The Separ 2000 is a water and fuel separator that is designed to accommodate newer and more demanding diesel engines. In industrial, marine, and agriculture use, the Separ 2000 series protects your engine from water and sludge.

Models:

Separ SWK 2000/5Separ SWK 2000/5/50Separ SWK 2000/10Separ SWK 2000/18Separ SWK 2000/40Separ SWK 2000/130

Benefits:

  • Small physical size
  • High flow rate
  • Low Restriction
  • Long life filter elements
  • Simple Installation
  • 5-Stage filtration
  • Backflushable

 

 

Separ 2000 filters are a simple and highly effective solution!!!

Single and duplex systems are available from 80 GPH to 2060 GPH. The duplex switch assemblies allow element replacement while the engine is running.

 

SSE D-Pure 600 Portable Diesel Fuel Filtration SystemSSE D-Pure 600

Portable Diesel Fuel Filtration System

The system polishes diesel fuel in storage tanks, as it is dispensed or after it has been sitting unused in an engine/belly tank for an extended period. The compact, lightweight Cart can be maneuvered and operated by one person.

  • Lightweight and designed with truck skids for easy loading
  • Runs unattended and alerts for maintenance
  • More compact than other carts with comparable flow rates and fits through building doorways
  • Removes water and bacterial growth detrimental to pumps and injectors

 

What are Separ Filters made of?

The Separ 2000 brand of filters are manufactured from high quality non-corroding aluminum alloy casting, heavy ploycarbonate or metal bowls and stainless steel hardware. Separ also released a full Stainless Steel version.

Separ 2000 Function

How does a Separ Filter Function?

1. Fuel enters (A or B Port) where the interior vane system gives circular motion to the fuel.

2. Fuel still in circular motion reaches the bowl section where water and heavier particles are forced to settle on the bottom of the bowl.

3. The fuel then passes the second vane system, changing rotation, which separates smaller size water droplets and finer particulates.

4. Just below the filter element, the fuel passage widens, thus reducing its speed and allowing even more contaminants to fall down in the bowl by gravity.

5. The final filtration of the remaining contaminants is accomplished by the long life filter element. The clean fuel leaves the filter via ports C or D on either side of the filter.