New Parker-Racor Snapp Filter from A.S.A.P.

Posted by Michelle Howard
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Snapp Filters

A.S.A.P. announced it now offers a quick-to-service small outboard engine filter – an ingenious design from Parker-Racor.

According to A.S.A.P., no tools are required for servicing, quick release connectors and a patented priming system, and the compact unit requires only 2-1/2” clearance to change a filter. Time saving in filter replacement and maintenance is unequalled, the company said, as are the premium filtration capabilities of Parker-Racor’s patented Aquabloc media inside the elements. A clear nylon bowl allows a water-in-fuel condition to be immediately visible.

Squeeze the tabs together with one hand and pull out filter to service - and Snapp back in place. To prime, simply flip upside down and prime using the drain bung.

The Snapp filter is housed in a glass filled nylon body which is rust and corrosion proof.

Available in 2, 10 and 30 microns as a complete unit of filter and bracket. Replacement units also available.

Snapp filter is designed for all engines up to 140HP, 100LPH fuel flow rate. Capable of filtering Diesel, Biodiesel (B20), petrol and bio-ethanol (E10), giving you ultimate protection from water and solid contamination.

Unit price starts from: £37.41

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