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4ZC91 50AT103CBPCN20H UNSPSC # 40161515

Hydraulic Spin-on Filter: 50 gpm Max. Flow, 150 psi Max. Pressure, Paper

  • Item # 4ZC91
  • Mfr. Model # 50AT103CBPCN20H
  • UNSPSC # 40161515
  • Catalog Page # 2492 2492
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Single-head filter assemblies for return lines on hydraulic systems clean hydraulic fluid by passing it through one filter before returning it to the reservoir. Filter assemblies include a filter head and canister. They are installed on the low pressure, return line side of a hydraulic system. Clean hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup and maintenance costs and extends the working life of system components.

Return-line hydraulic filters, sometimes called spin-on filters, are used to clean hydraulic oil or fluid in pressurized hydraulic systems. In-line hydraulic filters are installed on the low-pressure, return line side of a hydraulic system to clean fluid before it returns to the reservoir. Clean hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup, reduces maintenance costs, and extends the working life of system components. Hydraulic canister filters have an integrated filter element. When the filter becomes dirty or clogged, the canister is removed and a new canister is installed. Applications include general processing and industrial, mobile, and power transmission applications.

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Hydraulic Spin-on Filter: 50 gpm Max. Flow, 150 psi Max. Pressure, Paper

  • Item # 4ZC91
  • Mfr. Model # 50AT103CBPCN20H
  • UNSPSC # 40161515
  • Catalog Page # 2492 2492
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Single-head filter assemblies for return lines on hydraulic systems clean hydraulic fluid by passing it through one filter before returning it to the reservoir. Filter assemblies include a filter head and canister. They are installed on the low pressure, return line side of a hydraulic system. Clean hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup and maintenance costs and extends the working life of system components.

Return-line hydraulic filters, sometimes called spin-on filters, are used to clean hydraulic oil or fluid in pressurized hydraulic systems. In-line hydraulic filters are installed on the low-pressure, return line side of a hydraulic system to clean fluid before it returns to the reservoir. Clean hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup, reduces maintenance costs, and extends the working life of system components. Hydraulic canister filters have an integrated filter element. When the filter becomes dirty or clogged, the canister is removed and a new canister is installed. Applications include general processing and industrial, mobile, and power transmission applications.

Technical Specs

  • Item Hydraulic Spin-on Filter
  • Filter Media - Filters Paper
  • Micron Rating 3
  • Max. Flow 50 gpm
  • Max. Operating Temp. 225 Degrees F
  • Inlet Port Thread Size 1-1/4 in NPTF
  • Outlet Port Thread Size 1-1/4 in NPTF
  • Max. Pressure 150 psi
  • Bypass Valve Pressure 15 psi
  • Head Material Aluminum
  • Seal Material Buna-N
  • Features Interchangeable with Major Brands of the Same Size
  • Application For Use With Petroleum Based Fluids

Single-head filter assemblies for return lines on hydraulic systems clean hydraulic fluid by passing it through one filter before returning it to the reservoir. Filter assemblies include a filter head and canister. They are installed on the low pressure, return line side of a hydraulic system. Clean hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup and maintenance costs and extends the working life of system components.

Return-line hydraulic filters, sometimes called spin-on filters, are used to clean hydraulic oil or fluid in pressurized hydraulic systems. In-line hydraulic filters are installed on the low-pressure, return line side of a hydraulic system to clean fluid before it returns to the reservoir. Clean hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup, reduces maintenance costs, and extends the working life of system components. Hydraulic canister filters have an integrated filter element. When the filter becomes dirty or clogged, the canister is removed and a new canister is installed. Applications include general processing and industrial, mobile, and power transmission applications.

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