FF200


Oil Cleaning Centrifuges

FF200

The FF200 oil cleaning centrifuge consists of two sections, the centrifuge bowl, and the driving turbine; all contained in a rugged steel and cast aluminium housing.

Dirty oil enters the side of the centrifuge housing and travels up through the hollow spindle. At the top of the spindle, a baffle distributes the oil uniformly into the centrifuge bowl. The bowl spins at about 7500 rpm, with the result that oil quickly accelerates to a high speed; the resultant centrifugal force slings dirt outward onto the inside bowl wall where it mats into a dense cake.

Clean oil leaves the bowl through the screen and enters the turbine section; the oil pressure expels the oil through two opposing jets that spin the turbine and bowl with the clean oil bring fed back to the engine sump.

Oil pressure alone drives this highly efficient unit.

Removes Particles as small as 1/10th micron, no filter elements to buy, change and dispose of.

 

Width: 8.4 Inches
Height: 13.6 Inches
Weight: 21 lbs
Specific Characteristics:
  • Rotor dirt capacity 2 quarts
  • Minimum oil feed pipe size 0.5” id (12 mm)
  • Minimum oil drain pipe size 2.0” id (50 mm)
  • Net weight 21 lbs (9.5kg)
  • Flow rate 4 usg/min @ 70 psi (15 ltrs/@ 4 bar)
  • Engine lubrication capacity; 10 - 45 usg (40-170 ltrs) 
  • Improved oil cleanliness 
  • Extended oil life 
  • Reduced component wear 
  • Extended service Intervals 
  • Reduced downtime 
  • Lower maintenance costs 
  • No consumable costs 
  • Less oil consumption 
  • Less oil / filter waste 
  • Soot contamination removal down to 0.3 micron 
  • Extended life for main filters 
  • Increase in engine life 
  • Totally cleanable by-pass filtration  
  • Environment friendly


PERFORMANCE IMAGES

FT200 PERFORMANCE CURVES
Typical rotor performance for SAE 30 OIL @ 75°C

Dirt cake accumulation in bowl


HOW TO

Flow diagram of contimanated oil entering and clean oil returning to engine


TYPICAL APPLICATION

FF200 installation

  • Marine Engines 
  • Diesel Generators