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200 & 300
SERIES
Diesel
Fuel/Water
Separators
• Installation
• Operation
• Parts
• Service Information
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200 & 300 SERIES
INSTALLATION
A. FILTER MOUNTED ABOVE FUEL STORAGE TANK ___________________________
1. Select a location in the fuel line between the fuel tank and the
fuel pump, ahead of the vacuum side filters. All secondary or
pressure side filters located between the pump and the engine
should be serviced and left in place.
2. Mount the DAHL unit vertically on the vacuum (suction) side
of all fuel pumps in a convenient location for servicing and
inspection of contaminants in the bowl. Locate the height of
the unit between the bottom of the fuel tank and the inlet of the
fuel pump if possible. See Figure 1.
FIGURE 1
Engine
Outlet
Fuel
Pump
Factory
Primary
Filter
Inlet
Fuel
Tank
(if applicable)
DAHL recommends a 286-SK Mounting Bracket Shock Pad
Kit if the filter will be subject to excessive vibration.
NOTE: Allow 2 1/2 inches vertical clearance below the unit for
servicing the element and draining the contaminants.
3. Install the fuel line from the fuel tank to the DAHL filter INLET
using appropriate non-galvanized fittings. See DAHL Fittings
Chart on Page 3.
4. Install the fuel line from the DAHL filter OUTLET to the
INLET of the transfer or fuel pump.
NOTE: To obtain maximum element life, remove as much
mechanical restriction as possible from the system by
doing the following:
a. Remove the primary filter (if this does not affect warranty).
b. Use the largest diameter fuel line that is practical.
c. Mount the unit as near to the level of the pump as possible.
d. Eliminate sharp bends in the fuel lines wherever possible.
The best indicator of a fuel element’s condition is a vacuum gauge. (See
85-V in Form 4005.) A tapped fitting is recommended for mounting the
gauge on the OUTLET port of the DAHL filter unit. (Manifold units are
already tapped and plugged.) Remove the 1/8 inch plug and install the
vacuum gauge there. Fittings and gauges are available from your dealer,
or contact Baldwin Filters. Prime the filter as indicated under
ELEMENT REPLACEMENT section.
B. FILTER MOUNTED BELOW FUEL STORAGE TANK __________________________
Installation procedures are the same as above plus an addition to
Step 3: A ball- or butterfly-type shut-off valve must be installed
ahead of the DAHL unit INLET. See Figure 2. This valve is
necessary to shut off the fuel when changing the element. Valves
are available from your dealer.
NOTE: Valve not required when installing DAHL valved
manifold units.
REBUILD PROCEDURE
If it is ever necessary to dismantle the unit for inspection and/or
possible repairs, refer to the parts illustration. Then follow these
simple steps:
1. Refer to appropriate ELEMENT REPLACEMENT steps for
disassembly. (Dismount if desired.)
2. Remove the socket head bolts from the bowl ring to release the
bowl. Stubborn bolts are easily removed by “shocking” the head.
Place the allen wrench into the bolt and lightly rap the wrench
with a hammer. Remove the bolt.
3. Unscrew the depressurizer cone to inspect the reverse flow valve.
Caution: Cone edges are sharp. Use gloves or a rag for protection.
FIGURE 2
Outlet
Fuel
Tank
Inlet
Engine
Fuel
Pump
Factory
Primary
Filter
Shut-Off Valve
1/4 In. Butterfly Valve
1/2 In. Butterfly Valve
3/4 In. Butterfly Valve
(if applicable)
4. Check all parts for damage. Replace all damaged parts or hard
gaskets. (Order Gasket Kit 200-GK.)
5. Refer to the parts illustration for reassembly. Clean all gasket
grooves and contact surfaces of foreign matter. Coat the lid
cover and bowl gaskets with grease and all other gaskets and
O-Rings with oil. Hand tighten the depressurizer cone and
wrench tighten the socket head bolts.
6. Again, refer to ELEMENT REPLACEMENT section to finish
reassembly.
MODELS 200 & 300 SPECIFICATIONS
AND APPLICATIONS
MODEL 200
Flow Rate:
Recommended — 120 GPH (U.S.) (454 LPH)
Maximum — 200 GPH (U.S.) (757 LPH)
Dimensions:
Height — 16 3/4 In. (425.5 mm)
Depth — 7 3/4 In. (196.9 mm)
Element Removal Clearance:
2 1/2 In. (63.5 mm)
Sump Water Capacity:
24 oz. (708 ml)
Water Removal Efficiency:
Virtually 100%
Used on:
• 8 Cylinder Cummins and Detroit Diesel Engines
• Caterpillar Engines up to Approximately 1,000 HP (Including 399)
• Most Medium Size Diesel Engines up to Approximately 1,000 HP
• Trucks, Buses, Construction and Agricultural Equipment
• Smaller Commercial Boats
• Medium Size Generators
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MODEL 300
Flow Rate:
Recommended — 180 GPH (U.S.) (681 LPH)
Maximum — 325 GPH (U.S.) (1,230 LPH)
Dimensions:
Height — 22 1/4 In. (565.2 mm)
Depth — 7 3/4 In. (196.9 mm)
Element Removal Clearance:
2 1/2 In. (63.5 mm)
Sump Water Capacity:
24 oz. (708 ml)
Water Removal Efficiency:
Virtually 100%
Used on:
• 12 & 16 Cylinder Cummins and Detroit Diesel Engines
• EMD and Alco Engines up to 2,000 HP
• Locomotives
• Large Stationary Engines, Boats and Generators
• Any Application with #12 Fuel Line
• Caterpillar Engines (800 HP and up)
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200 & 300 SERIES
DAHL FITTINGS CHART
Note: Mount Model Before Installing Fittings. O-Ring Seal Fittings Require Care in Installation. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. See
instructions below.
FITTING
FOR DAHL UNIT
90° Elbow
THREAD 2
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
3/4-16
7/8-14
7/8-14
1 1/16-12
200 Series
200 Series
200 Series
200 Series
200 Series
300 Series
300 Series
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
3/4-16
3/4-16
3/4-16
3/4-16
7/8-14
7/8-14
1 1/16-12
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
3/4-16
7/8-14
7/8-14
1 1/16-12
3/4-16
7/8-14
1 1/16-12
1/2 Hose
5/8 Hose
3/4 Hose
200 Series
200 Series
200 Series
300 Series
300 Series
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
7/8-14 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
1 1/16-12 UNF
3/8-18 NPT
1/2-14 NPT
3/4-14 NPT
1/2-14 NPT
3/4-14 NPT
90° Swivel Elbow
Straight Thread with O-Ring/37° Female JIC
300 Series
1 1/16-12 UNF
3/4-14
90° Swivel Elbow
Straight Thread with O-Ring/37° Female JIC
Drilled & Tapped for #4 Vacuum Gauge Hose
200 Series
7/8-14 UNF
1/2-14
1
Straight Thread
with O-Ring/37°
Male JIC
2
90° Elbow
1
Straight Thread
with O-Ring/37°
Male JIC
Drilled & Tapped
for #4 Vacuum Gauge Hose
2
37° Male JIC
Straight Thread
with O-Ring
37° Female JIC
1
2
200 Series
200 Series
300 Series
300 Series
1
2
200 Series
200 & 300 Series
300 Series
Swivel-Push-On
Hose Fitting
Female Pipe
1
Straight Thread
with O-Ring
1
THREAD 1
200 Series
200 Series
300 Series
300 Series
Install “Out” Port First
Adjust Compression
Nut All the Way Back
2
2 Screw in O-Ring fitting until washer contacts port
Hand Tighten
Only
3
Do NOT
Use Wrench
(Important:
Do Not Tighten Further)
YES
NO
Turn Fitting
Counterclockwise to
Desired Position
4
Hold fitting by hand in desired position
and tighten compression nut with wrench.
CAUTION: Use Low Torque:
No More Than 8 Foot Pounds
NOTE: Use Same Procedure for “In” Port.
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200 & 300 SERIES
SERVICING
DRAINING
WATER
___________________________________________________
NOTE: The bowl should always be drained before water or
contaminant levels reach the bottom of the depressurizer
cone. Check daily with the engine off. Always open the
draincock completely to flush particulates out. Failure to
do so could cause a leaky valve.
A. DAHL Units Mounted HIGHER Than Fuel Storage Tank
1. Turn engine off. Vent the DAHL filter to allow draining.
2. Open the primer plug and then open the draincock and drain
all contaminants.
3. Close the draincock and follow the priming instructions
shown below.
B. DAHL Units Mounted LOWER Than Fuel Storage Tank
1. Turn engine off and close shut-off valve. (Valved Manifold
units may be drained and elements replaced with the engine
running at idle. Close inlet and outlet valves to islolate the
filter being serviced.)
2. Open the draincock completely and drain all contaminants.
3. Close the draincock and follow the priming instructions
shown below.
ELEMENT REPLACEMENT ______________________________________________
A. When To Replace
As a general guideline, depending on fuel quality and engine use,
elements should be replaced as follows:
1. DAHL 201 and 301 are 2 micron elements which can be
used approximately 1000 hours or 40,000 miles. (DAHL
201-W and 301-W are 10 micron elements for use in winter
or severe applications and DAHL 201-30 and 301-30 are
30 micron elements.)
2. If you have a vacuum gauge, the first replacement should be
made at the very first indication of power loss at high RPMs.
Make a note of the vacuum gauge reading at this point. The
differences in various fuel system requirements make it
impossible to predict what this reading will be. Mark the
reading on the gauge dial or the unit for future element
replacement.
B. How To Replace Contaminated Element
1. Open the draincock completely to empty the bowl and flush
particulates out. Failure to do so could cause a leaky valve.
2. Loosen the T-Bolt handle to release the filter body from the
lid. (It is not necessary to completely remove the T-Bolt
from the DAHL filter lid.) Support the filter body with your
hand prior to release.
3. Remove the element with a turning motion. At this point,
you may clean the outside of the filter body. Use only clean
diesel fuel or kerosene and wipe clean.
4. Inspect the ejector spring(s) at the bottom of the body. Also
check the centerpipe O-Ring and replace if hard or
damaged.
5. Remove and replace the lid cover gasket. Be sure the lid
groove and body lip are clean. (Grease the lid cover gasket
to hold it in place before positioning.)
C. Reassembly
1. Lubricate the top and bottom element gaskets. Install the
element onto the centerpipe with a turning motion.
2. Fill the filter body with clean diesel fuel to within one inch
of the top.
3. Double check the lid cover gasket position in the lid groove.
4. Attach the body to the lid and hand tighten the T-Bolt handle.
D. Priming
1. Eliminate air — use existing fuel system primer, if so
equipped. If not, remove the primer plug and fill to the top
with clean diesel fuel.
2. Start engine and check for leaks.
NOTE: For any marine or other unit utilizing the heat deflector
shield, clean the shield to remove any accumulated
diesel fuel.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Engine starting and power loss problems from the fuel system are
usually caused by one or more of the following:
A. Air Leaks
1. Fittings. Ensure the O-Rings on the fittings in the DAHL
filter ports are lubricated and not damaged, cracked or dirty.
NOTE: When using JIC 37° fittings, be sure only mating JIC 37°
fittings are used. Misalignment will occur and air leakage
will result from an attempt to fasten a SAE 45° fitting to
a JIC 37° fitting. Check for fitting looseness, seat dents,
misalignment or unmatched threads. All fittings must be
wrench tight.
2. Bubbles In The Bowl. If bubbles appear at the depressurizer
cone, a leak is indicated between the fuel tank and the inlet
port.
NOTE: Old fuel lines (rubber hose or metal tubing) may crack
when moved. Check areas around push-on fittings, pipe
adapters, hose clamps, etc. If air bubbles appear at the
draincock, check for particles stuck in the valve seat or a
partly open draincock. Also check for defective,
miscentered or unlubricated bowl gaskets. Check the
bowl plug O-Ring to make sure it is not cracked or
extruded out of place. The bowl plug should be hand
tightened only.
3. Gaskets. If the lid or bowl has been removed, make sure the
gasket grooves are clean. Inspect the gaskets for proper seating
in the grooves. Lubricate the gasket(s) with oil or grease.
B. Clogging And Restriction
1. Fuel Lines. Check for collapsed lines caused by sharp bends or
excessive turns. Check the tank and/or filter shut-off valve(s).
2. Filter Elements. Early clogging can occur from badly
contaminated fuel (micro-organism growth, rust, sludge, dirt,
etc.) Always carry a spare DAHL element. Asphaltinic
materials (fuel oxidation products), which are normally
harmless to the injection system, can eventually plug original
equipment filters remaining in the fuel system. If problems
persist after the DAHL element has been replaced, also
replace the other fuel filter elements.
3. Filter Inlet. Severely contaminated fuel may cause inlet
plugging. In this event, close the fuel tank supply shut-off
valve (if equipped) and disconnect the inlet line. Remove the
bowl and clean the inlet. Should the depressurizer cone also
be plugged, disassemble and clean out.
4. Bleed Back. If fuel in the DAHL filter bleeds back to the fuel
tank, an air leak or reverse flow valve problem is indicated.
Inspect fuel lines and fittings first as indicated above. If the
reverse flow valve is clogged, use air or clean fuel to flush
out.
C. Malfunction Of Engine Parts
Pre-existing conditions in the pumps and injectors can also
cause power loss and engine starting problems. See your
equipment dealer if the above troubleshooting guides do not
cover your problem.
WARNING: Do NOT use gasoline or any form of alcohol or anything containing it inside or outside a DAHL
Model 200 or 300 Series Fuel/Water Separator.
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MODEL 200 SPECIFICATIONS & PARTS ________________________________
Recommended Flow Rate:
Port Thread:
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Order #
9
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
200-31
1
1
1
1
1
1
201,-W,-30 1
4
4
1
21
1
22
23
24
25
200-21
100-29
100-30
1
1
1
1
120 GPH (U.S.) (454 LPH)
7/8-14 w/O-Ring Boss
16 3/4 In. (425.5 mm)
7 1/2 In. (190.5 mm)
7 3/4 In. (196.9 mm)
12 lbs. (5.4 kg)
Description
T-Bolt
Lid Cover
Lid Cover Gasket (Incl. in 200-GK)
Body
Bowl Gasket (Incl. in 200-GK)
Bowl Ring
Socket Head Bolt
Reverse Flow Washer
(Incl. in 200-GK & 200-DEPR KIT)
Depressurizer Set
(Incl. in 200-DEPR KIT)
Bowl Collar
Primer Plug
Primer Plug O-Ring (Incl. in 200-GK)
Nylon Gasket (Incl. in 200-GK)
Upper T-Bolt Seal (Incl. in 200-GK)
Lower T-Bolt Seal (Incl. in 200-GK)
Centerpipe O-Ring (Incl. in 200-GK)
Filter Element
Ejector Spring
Ejector Spring Clip
Reverse Flow Gasket
(Incl. in 200-GK & 200-DEPR KIT)
Reverse Flow Ball
(Incl. in 200-DEPR KIT)
Bowl
Bowl Plug O-Ring (Incl. in 200-GK)
Bowl Plug
Draincock
Mounting Hole Pattern
4.00 In.
102 mm
6.00 In.
152 mm
4.87 In.
124 mm
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
5
17
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
In
Out
23
7.45 In.
189 mm
11
24
12
25
Minimum Element
Clearance Distance
2.50 In.
63.5 mm
MODEL 200-MFV SPECIFICATIONS & PARTS ___________________________
Recommended Flow Rate:
Port Thread:
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Item
1
2
3
4
Order #
200
Qty.
1
2
4
4
5
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
4
1
2
2
1
1
240 GPH (U.S.) (908 LPH)
3/4-14 NPT
16 3/4 In. (425.5 mm)
23 31/32 In. (608 mm)
10 3/4 In. (273 mm)
35 lbs. (16 kg)
Description
Manifold Bracket
Filter/Separator
90° Swivel 7/8 x 1/2 In.
1/2 In. Pipe-Thread
Adapter
1/2 in Butterfly Shut-Off
Valve
1/2 In. Close Nipple
3/4 x 1/2 x 1/2 In. Tee
1/2 In. Elbow
Long Nipple
Drilled & Tapped Tee
1/8 In. NTP Plug
NOTE: For Marine Versions of the
DAHL Model 200 and 300 Series,
Refer to Form 4123.
10.75 In.
273 mm
Out
In
Out
In
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
23.95 In.
Mounting Hole Pattern
608 mm
3.62 In.
92 mm
12.50 In.
318 mm
16.75 In.
425.5 mm
Minimum Element
Clearance Distance
2.50 In.
63.5 mm
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MODEL 300 SPECIFICATIONS & PARTS ________________________________
Recommended Flow Rate:
Port Thread:
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Order #
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
9
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
200-31
18
19
20
301,-W,-30,
-MPG,-CS 1
4
4
1
21
1
22
23
24
25
6
200-21
100-29
100-30
1
1
1
1
180 GPH (U.S.) (681 LPH)
1 1/16-12 w/O-Ring Boss
22 1/4 In. (565.2 mm)
7 1/2 In. (190.5 mm)
7 3/4 In. (196.9 mm)
16 lbs. (7.3 kg)
Description
T-Bolt
Lid Cover
Lid Cover Gasket (Incl. in 200-GK)
Body
Bowl Gasket (Incl. in 200-GK)
Bowl Ring
Socket Head Bolt
Reverse Flow Washer
(Incl. in 200-GK & 200-DEPR KIT)
Depressurizer Set
(Incl. in 200-DEPR KIT)
Bowl Collar
Primer Plug
Primer Plug O-Ring (Incl. in 200-GK)
Nylon Gasket (Incl. in 200-GK)
Upper T-Bolt Seal (Incl. in 200-GK)
Lower T-Bolt Seal (Incl. in 200-GK)
Centerpipe O-Ring (Incl. in 200-GK)
Filter Element
Ejector Spring
Ejector Spring Clip
Reverse Flow Gasket
(Incl. in 200-GK & 200-DEPR KIT)
Reverse Flow Ball
(Incl. in 200-DEPR KIT)
Bowl
Bowl Plug O-Ring (Incl. in 200-GK)
Bowl Plug
Draincock
Mounting Hole Pattern
4.00 In.
102 mm
1
13
2
14
3
15
4
16
17
6.00 In.
152 mm
4.87 In.
124 mm
In
Out
7.45 In.
189 mm
5
6
18
7
19
8
20
9
21
10
22
23
24
11
12
Minimum Element
Clearance Distance
25
2.50 In.
63.5 mm
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MODEL 300-MFV SPECIFICATIONS & PARTS ___________________________
Recommended Flow Rate:
Port Thread:
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Item
1
2
3
4
Order #
300
Qty.
1
2
4
4
5
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
4
1
2
2
1
1
360 GPH (U.S.) (1,363 LPH)
1-11 1/2 NPT
22 1/4 In. (565.2 mm)
25 In. (635 mm)
12 1/4 In. (311.2 mm)
46 lbs. (21 kg)
10.75 In.
273 mm
Out
Description
Manifold Bracket
Filter/Separator
90° Swivel 1 1/16 x 3/4 In.
3/4 In. Pipe-Thread
Adapter
3/4 In. Butterfly Shut-Off
Valve
3/4 In. Close Nipple
1 x 3/4 x 3/4 In. Tee
3/4 In. Elbow
10 In. Long Nipple
Drilled & Tapped Tee
1/8 In. NTP Plug
In
Out
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
In
25.00 In.
635 mm
Mounting Hole Pattern
3.62 In.
92 mm
12.50 In.
318 mm
22.25 In.
565.2 mm
300-MFV3 — Three Diesel Fuel Filter/Water Separators
Manifolded with Shut-Off Valves to allow continuous operation
while servicing is also available. Refer to Model 300-MFV for
Parts & Specifications.
EXCEPTIONS
Recommended Flow Rate: ........540 GPH (U.S.) (2,043 LPH)
Width: ................................................39 3/4 In. (1,009.7 mm)
Weight:..........................................................85 lbs. (38.6 kg)
Minimum Element
Clearance Distance
2.50 In.
63.5 mm
HOW THE DAHL SYSTEM WORKS
1
2
1.
The contaminated fuel enters the inlet port.
2.
The T-Bolt redirects the fuel downward through the
centerpipe.
3.
Fuel flows through the reverse flow valve.
4.
Fuel flow is spread by the depressurizer cone.
5.
As fuel is discharged from the depressurizer cone, 80%
of contaminant separation takes place. Most of the solid
particles and water settle into the quiet zone of the bowl.
6.
As the fuel rises upward, any remaining minute water
droplets coalesce on cone, baffle and bowl surfaces.
Droplet size and weight gradually increase, causing
downward flow into the sump.
7.
Fuel is filtered completely by the element, which
contains HydroShield™ media. The clean fuel then
continues upward through the outlet port and on to the
pump and injection system.
3
4
5
6
7
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DAHL FUEL/WATER SEPARATORS _________________________________________
WHY DAHL?
Filters are a compromise wherever located. As a one-step strainer,
a filter must be porous enough to allow sufficient flow volume.
This means the filters which came with the equipment are usually
in the 10-30 micron range.
However, if a more efficient media were used, the filter would
become clogged very quickly, restricting the flow and resulting in
frequent, costly element changes.
Not only that, many fuel filters are not designed to remove
significant amounts of water, even though water is a primary cause
of injector pump and nozzle damage.
Water and solid contaminants displace the diesel fuels lubricative
coating on precision injection components. The loss of this
protection results in wear, erosion, surface pitting and eventual fuel
pressure loss.
THE SOLUTION
DAHL’s functional dual chamber, 3-stage diesel fuel filter/water
separators provide efficient suction side water separation and
contaminant filtration. The key is the unique DAHL patented
depressurizer cone, which spreads the flow of the fuel. The fact is,
the more area to flow over, the slower the flow and the greater the
separation of water and dirt from the fuel. DAHL diesel fuel
filter/water separators have less mechanical flow resistance
because the fuel changes direction only once.
BALDWIN LIMITED WARRANTY
Baldwin Filters, Inc. (“Baldwin”) warrants that each new DAHL product
manufactured by Baldwin will be made free of defects in workmanship
and material and will perform in accordance with its specifications as
follows:
1. Housings one year from date of user’s purchase.
2. Replaceable Elements during equipment manufacturer’s
recommended filter service interval, if properly installed.
Baldwin will replace any product found to be defective when you return
it to Baldwin or to your Baldwin distributor where you purchased the
product.
Return Process
You should first contact your salesperson at Baldwin or at your Baldwin
distributor if you purchased a product that you believe does not meet the
warranty stated above. The salesperson will help you complete the
necessary paperwork, and will also help you return the suspected
defective product to Baldwin for analysis.
Warranty Fulfillment
If Baldwin finds that a returned product does not meet the warranty
stated above, Baldwin will promptly replace the defective product. If the
defective product directly caused damage to the machine on which it was
installed, Baldwin will promptly reimburse the machine owner for that
portion of the repair costs that were necessary to restore the machine to
its condition immediately prior to the damage caused by the defective
product.
Conditions
Baldwin’s warranty fulfillment obligations above do not apply if: a) the
product is not returned to Baldwin for analysis, b) Baldwin finds that the
product was not defective, c) the product was improperly installed or
used, d) the product was reused or not replaced inside a normal service
interval, or e) the product is tampered with or damaged in a manner that
may inhibit Baldwin’s ability to conduct a warranty investigation.
Baldwin does not warrant any products that it does not manufacture (e.g.,
electronics, pumps, motors, etc.). You must look exclusively to the
manufacturer of those products for warranty coverage.
The above warranty and warranty fulfillment obligations are
exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties or related remedies.
Baldwin is not liable for indirect, incidental, punitive or consequential
damages arising in any way from the products it manufactures or sells.
Form 4230 (R 2/15)
COMPLETE EFFICIENCY
DAHL removes virtually 100% of the water and solid
contaminants.
PROVEN PERFORMANCE
DAHL diesel fuel/water separators have been tested and proven
over millions of miles and hours under all sorts of conditions. Ask
anyone who has used DAHL, or any Baldwin user, as Baldwin
Filters makes DAHL products.
CLEAN FUEL
DAHL eliminates nearly all of the engine problems caused by
water and solid contaminants in diesel fuel. In addition to saving
you the cost of expensive repair bills and aggravation, you can
expect:
• Longer Injection System Component Life
• Full Power Performance
• Less Element Replacement Cost
SUPERIOR ENGINEERING
• Die Cast Aluminum
• Impact-resistant large transparent bowl
• Element service life is several times longer than
conventional
• Easy to install, service and clean
• Positive air elimination
• Advanced spring design assures positive element seal
• Less mechanical resistance because of streamlined flow
path
• Baffle system is designed to stop emulsification and
disperse trapped air
• Ball check valve to stop reverse flow
• Six series specifically designed to fit diesel engines of
various capacities
Authorized Dealer
DAHL Products Division
© 2015 Baldwin Filters, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
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