Vacuator Valves

Application Notes
For proper operation, the Vacuator Valve should be located at the lowest point on the air cleaner or dust cup pointing down. Never paint the Vacuator Valve. Solvents and chemicals will shorten the usable life. If the Vacuator Valve is torn, shredded or turned inside out, its durometer may be too soft for the application. Choose a model with a harder durometer (higher number). Conversely, if the Vacuator Valve doesn’t empty itself properly, the durometer may be too hard. Choose one with a softer durometer (lower number.)

Description

Vacuator Valves

Part Number Diameter Duometer Used on air cleaner Styles
in mm
P103198 3.0 76 40 “FRG10,”” 12,”” 14″” and 16″”; FHG10,”” 12,”” 14″” and 16″”;FTG; FWA 5″” – 16″”; FWG4″” – 16″”; SRG; In-line Water Separators”
P105220 3.0 76 60 FRG18″; FHG8″; FVG160587
P106593 3.0 76 60 FHG6″ – 8,” High Pulsation Models
P112803 3.0 76 40 “FHG6″” – 8″”; PSD 10,”” PSD 12″”; SBG14″” – 16″”; SDG; STG12″” – 16″”
P149099 1.0 25 60 ERA; EBA; EBB; ECG
P158914 2.0 51 50 “XRB, FKB; PSD 8″”; PSD 9″”; FPG6″” and 8″”; FRG5″” – 9,”” 11″”; FHG 5,”” FWG; FWA; Moisture Skimmers”
P522958 2.0 51 60 FPG4″ – 5″; FHG
P525956 1.0 25 60 EPG11,” 13,” 15″
P617632 1.57 40 50 PSD 08″
P776008 2.0 51 60 FPG9,” 10″ Twist-off cover; FRG10,” 13,” and 15″
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