NEW VETUS FTR330..M HEAVY DUTY COOLING WATER STRAINER SERIES

FTR330xxM Series

Apr 14, 2020

VETUS knows the importance of filtering a vessel’s cooling water. In 2018 we set a new standard in water filters with the FTR33038M, this year we go the extra mile. Meet the FTR330..M family!

Like FTR33038M, these are heavy duty model water filters. The filter housing is made out of NAVIDURIN® and features 3/4″, 1″, 1 1/4″and 1 1/2″ hose connections. On top of the housing you can find a freshly designed metal lid, which allows easy inspection without dismantling. The FTR330..M series is tested up to a maximum of 116 psi or 8 bar, which means the filters are safe to place below the waterline!

High pressure is where the FTR330..M excels

The combination of the heavy duty body and the metal lid makes this filter ideal to use on faster boats, where pressure can easily build up when the speed increases. Because of the compact dimensions (ø5.8″ by 6.4″) you can always find a suitable spot on your vessel, while the new range of hose connections make sure it will definitely fit. The FTR330..M series can be recognized by the black housing and the metal lid and is available from stock.

Highlights
• Easy inspection without dismantling
• New easily removable metal cover
• Robust and durable filter housing made from NAVIDURIN®
• 3/4″, 1″, 1 1/4″ and 1 1/2″ hose connections
• Tested up to a maximum of 116 psi or 8 bar, suitable for below waterline use

Vetus products are available through Stright-MacKay Ltd. https://stright-mackay.com

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