The issue of fuel cleaning from dirt and water has always been relevant. To solve the problem, we manufacture the equipment intended for fine cleaning of diesel fuel, petrol and kerosene.

Intended use

Separator filters TANKER 5 are intended for the operation in the fuel filling and refilling systems (diesel fuel, petrol, kerosene, jet fuel). Filtering nodes are supplied with three various options (separator, micro-filter, absorber) with the cleaning fineness from 1, 5, 10 and up to 25 micron, water separation with the efficiency up to 99,9%. Fuel viscosity from 0.55 to 6 mm2/sec, temperature from -40 to +90.


Technical information

  • Net weight 15 kg
  • Filter dimensions in kit form DShV cm: 230*230*645
  • Connection: threaded input/output 1½ «intern./1½ «extern.
  • Nominal width: 25mm
  • The ambient temperature: from minus 40 up to plus 90.
  • Maximum velocity of fluid flow*
  • Cartridge resource: 500,000 liters (an average service life of the cartridge is specified — it can significantly change depending on the fuel quality. The specified values correspond to 3,500 g of dry residue). The filter should be replaced at pressure difference at the gauges shown in Table 1.
  • Moisture disengagement degree: up to 99%
  • Flask volume: 15 liters
  • Settler volume: 500 ml
  • Cover: hybrid polyether powder pain — black.

Filter type

Flow velocity for each type of fluid lpm

Pressure difference — filter replacement








1.1 kg/cm3





1.4 kg/cm3

Absorption device




2.1 kg/cm3

*To achieve the best quality of filtering and moisture disengagement, one should decrease the maximum flow velocity by 20-40%.

*The throughput capacity falls depending on filter clogging

*Efficient moisture absorption occurs if its concentration in the fuel does not exceed 1%. In case the water content in the fuel is higher, it is recommended to put the fuel for settling before filtration.

Filter operating principle and construction

Through a pipeline fuel passes to the filter body where it is subject to 2 cleaning steps (for a separator), at the first step fuel passes through an external cartridge wall where it is cleaned from the particles with the size exceeding 25 micron. Further, it passes through an internal wall where water is separated from the fuel, and the cleaned fuel is released from the filter body through the outlet nozzle. The water cleaned at the second step passes to the settler located at the low body part. After that, water is discharged through a drainage valve. For the convenience of control over water filling at the settler, the latter is equipped with an access door with a float emerging on water. To control the cartridge contamination, the filter is equipped with pressure gauges.