Cleaning With Compressed Air.
NEVER USE GASOLINE OR SOLVENTS
TO CLEAN T HE ELEMENTS.
2. Dissolv e the detergent in a small amount of
3. Add warm water (approximately 100 degrees F
detergent and water (about one cup of detergent to
fiv e gallons of water).
4. Soak the element in the solution for at least 15
Pressure at the air nozzle must not
exceed 100 PSI (689 kPa/6.89 Bar).
1. Direct a jet of clean, dry air from the inside of
the filter element, perpendicular to the pleats.
2. Mov e the air jet up and down along the pleats,
slowly rotating the element, until no more dust is
being remov ed. Do not rupture the element with
the nozzle or the air jet.
Cleaning With Water.
5. Agitate the element for about two minutes to
loosen the dirt.
1. The elements can be cleaned by washing with
water and a good non-sudsing detergent. Direct a
jet of clean, dry air from the inside of the filter
element. W hen the loose dust and soot hav e been
remov ed, the element is ready to be washed.