Return Line Filters RF

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STAUFF Return Line Filters - Type RF

STAUFF Return Line Filters RF are designed as tank top filters. They are mounted directly on the tank top and when 100% of the system's oil is filtered they provide the optimum removal of contamination from the system. This provides the pump with clean oil thus reducing contaminant generated wear. The filter bowl is designed to return the oil beneath the surface thus preventing the entrainment of air by the returning oil.

A high efficiency of contaminant removal is assured by using STAUFF RE series Replacement Filter Elements. The high dirt-hold capacity of STAUFF Filter Elements ensures a long service life and, as a result, reduced maintenance costs.

Options and Accessories

Valves (available as an option)
Bypass valve

Clogging Indicator (available as an option)
Visual clogging indicator or electrical clogging switch

Leakage Oil Connection (available as an option)

Filter Bowl with Threaded Connection
(
available as an option)

Filter Elements
▪ Filter elements of RE series

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Technical Data

Construction
▪ Return line filters designed as tank top filters

Operating Pressure
Max. 16 bar / 232 PSI

Nominal Flow Rate
Max. 500 l/min / 130 US GPM

Connections
Option of BSP, NPT, SAE thread or SAE flange
  (ISO 6162-1)

Materials
Filter head: Aluminium
Filter bowl: PA

Media Compatibility
▪ Mineral oils, other fluids on request

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