BRACKETT AERO FILTERS, INC .

BRACKETT AERO FILTERS, INC .
BRACKETT AERO FILTERS, INC.
INSTRUCTIONS
ASSEMBLY PART NO. BA-2610L & BA-2610R
APPROVED ON AIRCRAFT MODELS: SEE FAA APPROVED APPLICABILITY LIST
REPLACES: Air Maze PN 126053-001 and 126053-003
Commander P/N 3610089-1 and 610089-1
3610089-2 and 610089-2
FAA APPROVAL DATA: STC-SA71GL List No. 1
FAA-PMA Supplement No. 1
Your new polyurethane air filter element has been designed to provide maximum dust collecting
efficiency, non-restrictive air flow, and economical element replacement, while maintaining a
lightweight filter. The element has been treated with a special wetted agent and is approximately
98% efficient. The special wetted agent is the secret to the efficiency of capturing dust. In
addition, the element has received a fire retardant treatment. For the above reasons, replace
the element each 200 hours of use/12 months or when 50% covered with foreign material. DO
NOT WASH AND REUSE.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1. Remove existing filters. Clean airbox and inspect airbox and intake for abnormalities.
Insert bare frame into cavity and check fit. Note: You may have to file an edge slightly
to accommodate air box variations.
Step 2. Install element between the frame. Make sure element notches fit the frame tabs.
When installing in aircraft be sure the side of the element marked “engine side” will be
towards the engine.
Step 3. Install filter into the cowling using the same procedure as with the original filter.
(Engine side downstream.)
Step 4. Apply service decal to or near the outside filter door, or prior to the filter. PLACE SO IT
IS READABLE.
Step 5. NOTE: After initial installation of filter assembly, fill out FAA Form 337 for return to
service. On future replacement of parts this form will not be required.
SERVICING: Under normal conditions, replace filter elements, PN BA-2605L & 2605R after
200 hours use or 1 year intervals. Under severely dusty conditions, check daily
and replace when element is 50% covered with foreign material.
Instruction Sheet
Part No. BA-2610-02
Date Rev: 1-10-01
Mfg. by:
BRACKETT AERO FILTERS, INC.
Kingman, AZ
BRACKETT AIR FILTER DOCUMENT I-194
PLACE IN AIRCRAFT RECORDS
CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS INSPECTION
REQUIREMENTS AS PER FAR 23.1529
AND GENERAL PROCEDURES OF PART 43
INSPECTION INTERVALS: Pre-flight inspections, engine backfire
inspection, 100 hour inspections, annual inspections, filter element
replacements.
INSPECTION PROCEDURES
Pre-flight inspection: Per Pilots Operating Handbook, check filter assembly
for security, damage or 50% contamination of element face. If found report
to maintenance personnel prior to flight.
B.
Engine start-up backfire inspection: Prior to flight, check the entire intake
system for security or damage. If a fire was present, the downstream face of
the foam element will show erosion. If any irregularities are found see
Chart I and also refer to the Aircraft Maintenance Manual for the intake
system.
C.
At element replacement intervals: With the element removed, inspect the
filter grill, filter frame, filter mountings and entire intake system for
security, wear and any deformation. Note: On filter assemblies with gaskets,
visually inspect inside and outside of frame for any signs of gasket
looseness, movement or deterioration. If found refer to Chart I or the
proper maintenance manual for your aircraft or component.
PART
FRAME
GASKET
GRILL
HARDWARE
SCREEN
RE
PL
AC
E
RE
WO
RK
A.
X
X
X
X
X
SCREEN/GASKET X
ELEMENT
X
DATE: 3-16-94
INSTRUCTIONS
COMPLETE NEW ASSEMBLY
ON FILTER FRAME, REMOVE OLD NEOPRENE GASKET AND ALL TRACES OF ADHESIVE
DOWN TO A CLEAN ANODIZED FRAME SURFACE.
USE ADHESIVE 3M#847 OR DOW CORNING RTV-732. COAT ENTIRE MATING
SURFACE (GASKET TO FRAME). APPLY ADHESIVE FOLLOWING MANUFACTURER’S
LABEL DIRECTIONS. WHEN FRAME AND GASKET ARE PLACED TOGETHER,
CLAMP OR WEIGHT DOWN AT .75 LB./SQ. IN. OF CONTACT AREA. ALLOW TO
CURE 24 HOURS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
PRIOR TO REINSTALLATION OF FILTER, CHECK AIRBOX MATING SURFACE FOR
IRREGULARITIES. IF FOUND, CORRECT PER MANUFACTURER’S REQUIREMENTS.
UPON REINSTALLATION CHECK THAT THE GASKET MAKES 100% CONTACT. THE
GASKET SHOULD BE COMPRESSED 50% FOR OPTIMUM SEAL.
REPLACE WITH NEW GRILL
REPLACE UNSERVICEABLE WITH NEW
COMPLETE NEW ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLIES USING SCREEN GASKETS
COMPLETE NEW ASSEMBLY ( PRE
)
1981; BA–4106, BA–5110 AND BA–8110.
REPLACE ELEMENT
CHART 1
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