Coalescer element may remain in vessel when canister is removed in the following step.
Remove canister (5) from vessel (7) by pulling straight up out of the vessel.
Remove coalescers (6) from canister (5) by tapping open end of canister (5) on clean, hard surface.
Dispose of used coalescers (6) in accordance with local and federal regulations.
50- AND 150-GPM UNIT ELEMENT REPLACEMENT
Handling canisters and coalescers with bare hands can damage or contaminate the unit and shorten service
life. Canisters and coalescers should only be handled with nitrile gloves.
Inspect o-rings on top and bottom of coalescer (6) for signs of damage. Inspect canister (5) screen for tears.
Lubricate o-rings on top and bottom of each coalescer (6) with diesel/jet fuel and install in canister (5).
Install canister (5) and coalescer (6) in vessel (7) and secure in place by pressing straight down and turning approxi-
mately 120 degrees clockwise.
Lubricate o-ring (2) with diesel/jet fuel and install on vessel (7).
Install head assembly (1) on vessel (7) and secure head assembly (1) with locking retaining band (3).
To properly seat the retaining band it is necessary to strike the retaining band with a rubber mallet as it is
While striking retaining band (3) with rubber mallet at points all around the circumference of the vessel, torque new
self-locking nut (4) on retaining band (3) to 14 ft-lbs.