Kingstec (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Oil Filter

Asean Office 

66 Tannery Lane, #04-09 Sindo Building, Singapore 347805 

  Tel (65) 6456 8630    Fax (65) 6234 0068

(e-mail)  (web-site)




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Mod. 11000

Mod. 21000

Mod. 31000

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Flow : see general diagram

Current Filtering 100-300-600 microns

Aluminum casing and cup

The Models 21005/G, 21007/G, 21008/G are manufactured with cast iron cover and cup. Filtering element in carbon steel.

All filters are tested at 2 bars, the utilization at higher pressures is allowed on condition that the filter is tested at least at a pressure of 50% higher than the operation one.

Max Operation Pressure 90 C

(On request it is possible to supply filters with Viton washers for temperatures up to 150C).


The main quality and feature of this filter is the cleaning which can be carry out without dismounting the filter and without interrupting the fluid flow and consequently the running of the machine concerned. In fact, it is enough to carry out some rotations of the filtering pack by turning the hand wheel placed on the filter.

The impurities contained in the cup can be evacuated by taking away the drain plug placed under the filter.

For a deeper cleaning, it is enough to take away the screws from the cover, to pull out the lamellar pack and clean it by using appropriate solvents.

The  31008/RE filter is fitted with a constantly connected 100W, 220V/50Hz heating element with IP65 electrical insulation. The aim is to keep the fuel at a max. temperature of 50C when the system is idle.

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Mod. 41000



Flow : see general diagram

Current Filtering 100-300-600 microns

(other filtering on demand).

Threaded connections : 1 1/2".

Max Working Pressure : 90C

Aluminum filter body and cover.

Filtering element : steel.

1 1/4" drain plug.


Indicative deliveries : see delivery diagram.

Multiply by 3 the deliveries of the 21008 self-cleaning filter


Possibility of installing up to 2 thermostat controlled heating elements.


Plated Heating Element Specifications 1808:

- Power : 300W

- Voltage : 220V 50Hz

- Insulation : IP 65


Specification of Double Immersion Thermostat:

- Regulation Range: 0-90C

- Thermostat Safety Setting: 100C

- Manual Reset

- Capacity on contacts: 10A

- Insulation : IP50   

MOTORS (no. 3)


The filter can be cleaned automatically by means of 3 motors. We recommend you use the motors intermittently so as to ensure longer life for the filter units.



- Speed: 4.5 rpm

- Torque: 8Nm

- Insulation: IP 51

- Power supply: 220V 50 Hz

- Service: Intermittent

- Power: 28W


Installation And Maintenance

Make sure that the fluids to be compatible with the filter material. Follow the arrow direction carefully.

Working maximum pressure and temperature should never be exceeded.

Install the filter with the filtering packs flywheels turned upwards.



No special maintenance is required to prevent filtering packs from getting stuck, turn the flywheel a few times at least once a week.

For a complete cleaning of filter, loosen the screws on the cover, raise the cover and clean with gas oil or kerosene.




Mod. 51000



250-500-750 microns filtering degree

(other filtering on demand).



Threaded connections 2" Gas

Max. working temperature 120C


Flanged connections DN 50 PN 16

Max. working pressure 4 bar

Aluminum filter body and cover

Filter elements in carbon steel

Oil seals and Viton gasket

1 1/4 " drain plug.


Possibility of installing up to 2two

300W-220V 50Hz  heating elements,

IP 65 electrical insulation.


The elements are controlled by an Immersion bi-thermostat with temperature regulator and manual reset temperature limiting device.


Positive safely in the event of probe capillary failure

Adjustment  range: 0-90C

Fixed limiting device temperature: 100C

manual reset.




notes : these are the common types used in Asia,  please feel free to contact KINGSTEC  for your further information.


Created by Winson Li, 2006