New filters for LPG

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Two filters have been released for propane autogas.

Alliance AutoGas and Donaldson Company have released a new line of liquified petroleum gas (LPG) filters to capture particulate matter and heavy ends from propane autogas.

A primary particulate filter will remove 99% of particulates 0.5 microns and larger, while a secondary absorbent carbon filter will remove heavy ends but leave the all-important odorant in the propane.

The filter housings are made from a high phosphorous nickel-plated steel to meet NFPA 58 ( requirements for pressure containing metal parts. Other available autogas filtration products don’t have this, the companies say.

The filters can be sold and installed separately or together.



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