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    Frick RWB II Coalescing filter



    How much oil will be needed when replacing Coalescing filter on a RWB II 60.
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    Re: Frick RWB II Coalescing filter

    http://www.johnsoncontrols.com/-/med...ick_rwf_ii.pdf

    Page 7 & 27 may be of use.
    See torque setting on coalescer filter but on 27

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    Re: Frick RWB II Coalescing filter

    WYLBEK,
    From what I can gather 25 gallons oil separator & 3.5 oil cooler.

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    Re: Frick RWB II Coalescing filter

    Thanks Ranger1, I looked up in manual that it holds 35 gallons in machine, but wasn't sure on how much would be in system elsewhere. 25gallons sounds good to me.

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    Re: Frick RWB II Coalescing filter

    Hey,

    Don't forget - the Coalescor is on the weir (dry) side of the separator baffle..

    Replacement of the Coalescor should not be impacted by oil in the separator.

    Happy tinkering
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    Re: Frick RWB II Coalescing filter

    Quote Originally Posted by HVACRsaurus View Post
    Hey,

    Don't forget - the Coalescor is on the weir (dry) side of the separator baffle..

    Replacement of the Coalescor should not be impacted by oil in the separator.

    Happy tinkering
    Normally we would just change coalescer, Frick recommend change oil as well, because it is a fine filter I guess they want the best for new filters.

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