BRC Impco LPG Filter Kit to suit Sequent 56
- Brand: BRC
- Product Code: FILGAS-BRC-IMP
- Availability: In Stock
- Sku: FILGAS-BRC-IMP
Replacement Filter kit to suitBRC Impco sequent 56
Replacement Filter kit to suit BRC Impco sequent 56, kit includes one filter and O rings.This filter is located inside the Aluminum housing and held in by 2 circlips. Both the black end cap O rings are supplied and the both the green center tube Orings are also supplied. Please pay close attention to the direction of flow and location of the filter parts when disassembling.
This is a vapor filter, see attached pictures.
- Length: 57mm
- Diameter: 42mm
- Vapor Only Filter
1 x Filter
2 x Black end cap Orings
2 x Tube Orings
LPG is a compressed flammable liquid. Only licensed, trained and competent personal should conduct any operation or repairs relating to an LPG systems, LPG Component or LPG Storage Vessels.
Be aware of your surroundings as LPG vapour is flammable and must be kept away from all ignition sources such as pilot lights and piezo igniters in hot water systems, open flames, cigarettes, welding and grinding sparks and any other potential ignition source. Avoid direct contact with liquid LPG as a freeze burn may result. One litre of liquid LPG expands to 270 litres of combustible vapour. Personal protective equipment must be worn when working with LPG.
Cylinders are designed to only fill to 80% of the water capacity to allow for expansion of the liquid with temperature changes. This 80% level must not be exceeded when filling an LPG Cylinder. Ensure the LPG storage vessel(s) are in date and in good repair prior to filling.
Appliances intended to use vapour must not be supplied liquid LPG. Catastrophic failure may result.
Ensure all connections, seals, hoses and valves are clean, undamaged and in good repair prior to carrying out any operation. All connection must be check for leaks with a non-corrosive leak detection fluid prior to operation.
Keep all LPG Storage Vessels out of reach of Children.
Improper installations and repairs could result in serious personal injury and property damage.
Decanting into LPI (Liquid Propane Injection) LPG tank may not be possible due to the systems higher tank pressures.