Product News: Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment
Diesel Primer keeps fuel flowing.
Press Release Summary:
June 3, 2005 - Fuel Primer FP-301 pumps diesel fuel from tank through fuel lines, pushing air from main feeding line, primary filters, secondary filters, and engine. Measuring 9 5/8 x 10 5/8 x 4 7/8 in., primer includes integrated pressure relief valves to protect fuel system components. It is suited for bleeding lines when air enters system during filter replacement or when engine runs out of fuel. Under extreme conditions, primer can also pump fuel through clogged filters.
Original Press Release
Diesel Primer Keeps Fuel Flowing
Press release date: May 27, 2005
To restore full fuel flow, Reverso's FP-301 pumps diesel from the tank through the fuel lines. As it does, fuel pushes air from the main feeding line, primary filters, any secondary filters and the engine.
Air can enter the fuel system during filter replacement or when an engine runs out of fuel. A fuel primer is valuable for bleeding lines after these occurrences. Under extreme conditions, the primer can also pump fuel through clogged filters to improve their operation.
Reverso fuel primers feature integrated pressure relief valves to protect fuel system components. The valves are factory-set to deliver proper fuel pressure for each manufacturer's engines. Both 12- and 24-volt models are available. Flow direction options are left to right or right to left.
The FP-301 is easy to install and operate. Installation is as simple as splitting a fuel line and connecting each end to the unit. A typical installation places the fuel primer between the tank and the filters and engine. The fuel primer operates by closing its valve, opening the engine's air vent and flipping a switch.
Having a small footprint, a Reverso fuel primer fits comfortably in tight spaces. The FP-301 measures 9-5/8" x 10-5/8" x 4-7/8". It has a suggested price of $745.
Contact Reverso Pumps Inc., 201 SW 20th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315. Phone: 954-522-0882; Fax: 954-522-0456. firstname.lastname@example.org; www.reversopumps.com.