LPGTECH Perfect Blue Filter

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  • LPGTECH Perfect Blue Dry LPG Gas Filter
  • LPGTECH Perfect Blue Dry LPG Gas Filter
  • LPGTECH Perfect Blue Dry LPG Gas Filter
  • LPGTECH Perfect Blue Dry LPG Gas Filter
  • LPGTECH Perfect Blue Dry LPG Gas Filter
£12.06
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£10.05
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Description

LPGTECH Perfect Blue Dry Gas Filter

Perfect Blue filter from LPGTECH efficiently separates all impurities within the LPG fuel. Using the Perfect Blue filter with your Autogas installation will effectively save your LPG injectors from grease particles as well as other potentially harmful particles and improves the durability of you LPG injectors, which in turn gives you longer failure-free live-span of your Autogas installation.

  • LPG dry gas filter with grease seperation
  • Exchangeable filter insert
  • Filter insert – cellulose reinforced with synthetic fiber
  • Stops liquid particles
  • 99% filtration efficacy for particles of 1 micro meter
  • Max. pressure range 4,5 bars
  • Temperature range: - 20ºC – 120ºC
  • Gas outlets: Ø 10.6/12mm
  • Filter size 120mm x110mm x Ø68mm
  • Certificate 67 R – 01
Recommended to replace every 12 000 miles: 
1. O-ring sealing. 
2. Steering gas. 
3. Filter insert.
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3 Reviews

  • 5
    More Than an LPG Filter

    Posted by Dave on 14th Nov 2016

    An excellent LPG filter that works equally well as an oil catch can for crankcase breather systems.

  • 5
    LPG filter with oil separator

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Sep 2016

    Have not installed this part yet, but seems to have high quality in terms of finish and materials.

  • 5
    THE WORLDS BEST FILTER FOR CNG AND LPG!

    Posted by shawn capson on 4th Mar 2014

    If GM FORD and DODGE would have used this filter from the start on their factory conversions, they would have been more successful with cng in the u.s. this will save your injectors from all the nasty junk in cng and will keep the oil out which is key for cold mornings. (cold causes oil in injectors to overheat coil and burns injectors out) and you can do your regular maintenance for your injectors by removing filter, filling cup with lubricating cleaner, tipping it upside down and running cng for a couple minutes.

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