Do you know the kind of filter you need for your boat? Today we are sharing three things to consider when buying your next Bradenton boat filter.
Picking the perfect Bradenton boat filter for your new or old boat can be challenging. There are all kinds of filters you need to take into consideration before buying. If you don’t know much about the different types of filters, it can be easy to make a mistake. Here are three things to keep in mind when picking out a filter for your vessel.
Gas vs. Diesel
When buying a filter, it’s essential to know if your fuel is regular gas or diesel. Some filters can work with both. However, most have instruction specific regulations on which filter will work with more efficiently with the type of fuel your vessel takes.
When considering size, the amount of fuel flow your boat’s engine takes is the primary indicator of the kind of filter you should purchase. Fuel flow and fuel consumption, however, are not the same thing. Make sure not to get these confused. Fuel flow is how much fuel passes through the filter per hour.
Different filters come with different micron ratings. A micron rating is the average size of the openings between pieces of the filter that allow particles to flow through. The proper micron rating for your boat can be found in your boat’s owner’s manual. Make sure to match the micron rating of the filter that you’re purchasing to the manual or else your boat won’t be able to filtrate particles out of its fuel system properly.