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FAQ: Racor Filtration Questions Answered

Racor Snapp Fuel Filters

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Todays question:


Why would I buy a Racor SNAPP, instead of a spin-on filter?

The all engineering-plastic SNAPP has no gaskets to leak, no metal to rust, requires no tools to change the filter, and can be serviced anywhere with less waste. Spin-on filters have more possible leak points, are prone to corrosion, and require tools to change the filter; which often requires a bench to complete. Finally, the SNAPP has the maximum amount of Aquabloc© media in a compact size, along with a clear (non-removable) contaminant collection bowl.

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