Dispenser Filtration

Video Spotlight: What’s the Big Deal About Filter Construction?

Video Spotlight: What’s the Big Deal About Filter Construction?

Reliability is the cornerstone of fueling system equipment. It protects the environment and keeps people safe. Fuel dispenser filtration is no exception. PetroClear manufactures its spin-on dispenser filters to provide reliable performance. Our filters are UL-recognized to be safe to use with neat gasoline, ethanol blends from E0 to E85, and diesel and biodiesel blends…
Tips for Decreasing Dispenser Downtime

Tips for Decreasing Dispenser Downtime

Fuel filtration at the dispenser probably seems fairly straight-forward: a filtering medium captures harmful substances so they aren’t pumped into the vehicle. But in reality, dispenser filtration is pretty specialized. Different fuels are susceptible to different forms of contamination. Only ethanol blends, for example, can experience the devastating effects of phase separation. Water may be…
Slow Flow — Why Speed Matters

Slow Flow — Why Speed Matters

Slow flow at the dispenser happens for many reasons. Overdue filter maintenance, equipment failures, or a leak in the fueling system are common causes. Slow flow can also be a signal that a serious fuel quality issue is occurring. For example, when reactive chemicals inside PetroClear “Alert” filters detect that the fuel has experienced phase…
Want to Add Fuel Filtration Capabilities to Your Fueling System? Then You Probably Need an Adapter

Want to Add Fuel Filtration Capabilities to Your Fueling System? Then You Probably Need an Adapter

Not all fuel dispensing equipment comes standard with a fuel dispenser filter, but that does not diminish the need to keep the fuel running through the dispensing system clean. In some non-retail applications, such as farm tanks, it may be necessary for operators to install an adapter to accommodate a dispenser filter. Here’s how to…
Understanding the PetroClear Part Numbering System So Well You Could Win a Game Show

Understanding the PetroClear Part Numbering System So Well You Could Win a Game Show

Jeopardy contestant: Alex, I’ll take PetroClear Part Numbers for $1,000. Alex: OK, here’s the clue: This filter is 4 inches wide, 11 inches tall, has a 10 micron rating and alerts operators to phase separation in ethanol blends. Jeopardy contestant: What is the 41110A? Alex: That’s right! Watch our quick video that explains the PetroClear…