INTENDED USE AND OPERATING PRINCIPAL
This System is designed to be used with diesel fuel, gasoline, jet fuel, heating
oil, kerosene, and ethanol blended fuels for removing water and other contaminants from fuel tanks.
FT 910 Mobile Fuel Tank De-Watering and Filtration System
Originally designed for recreational marine applications where fuel tanks are hard to
access and with small fuel tank openings.
Small tank openings require small diameter (3/8” to 1/2”) fuel pickup (or suction) tubes
to get to the water on tank bottoms.
The FT 910A features an intrinsically safe air operated fuel pump with variable speeds
to control flow rates.
This allows the FT 910A to be used on tanks from ten (10) gallons to ten thousand
One inch of water in a 10,000 gal. round horizontal tank is approximately 17 gal.
The FT 910 can separate the 17 gal. from the fuel in only seventeen (1.7) minutes.
- Item No. FT 910A
- Chassis Construction Powder Coated Steel & Aluminum
- Maximum lift 20 feet
- Working pressure fuel max. 40 PSI
- Flow rate range 0-600 Gallons per hour
- Sight Tube Urethane
- Compressed Air Required: 40 psi at 12-15 cfm
- Width: 24” Depth: 24” Overall Height 49”
- Pump 3/4” Air Operated Diaphragm w/Viton seals
- Static Discharge Reel
- Inlets/Outlets 1/2 Cam-Loc w/ Stainless Steel Ball Valves
- Hose Supply& Return 1/2 USCG type 1, length 12’ each
- Vacuum Gauge 2” liquid filled
- Pressure Gauge 2” liquid filled
1. Micro-glass coalescer 10 micron standard; 0.5 micron optional
2. Water separator Teflon/ Stainless element
Air Regulator/ filter
Tires 13” Flat Free
Mark work area with orange colored safety cones
placed in a radius of at least twenty five (25’) feet from
fuel tank cleaning equipment, fuel containers, and fuel
Place Flammable Liquid Warning Signs within work area
Keep work area clean, free of clutter and well lit. Cluttered and dark work areas can cause accidents.
Keep children and bystanders away while operating this
system. Distractions can cause you to lose control, so visitors should remain at a safe distance of at least twenty five
(25’) feet from the work area.
Be aware of all power lines, electrical circuits, water pipes and other mechanical hazards in your work area, particularly those hazards below the work surface hidden from the operator’s view that may be unintentionally contacted and
may cause personal harm or property damage.
Be alert of your surroundings. Using your system in confined work areas may put you dangerously close to unsafe conditions.
Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating
or maintaining the system. Do not install or maintain the system while you are tired
or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment of inattention
while installing or maintaining the system may result in serious personal injury or
Dress properly while operating this system. Do not expose bare skin or eyes
to fuels. Prolonged contact with fuel can damage the skin.
Use safety apparel and equipment. Use safety goggles or safety glasses with
side shields which comply with current national standards, or when needed, a face
shield. This applies to all persons in the work area. Also use non-skid safety shoes,
hardhat, gloves, and hearing protection when appropriate.