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Fuel Pro and Diesel Pro Fuel Processors

April 10, 2017 - Equipment

Davco

The new line of fuel processor models are designed for 2017 Detroit medium-duty DD5/DD8 engines, 2017 Cummins medium-duty ISB/ISL engines and 2017 Detroit heavy-duty DD13, DD15 and DD16 engines.

The processors incorporate a filter assembly made up of three specially designed elements, which capture contaminants and provide high quality water seperation. 

The Diesel Pro 245 combines the features of fuel filtration, fuel/water separation and fuel preheating into a single, compact unit intended for the new Detroit DD5 and DD8 engines and the new 2017 Cummins ISB and ISL engines. 

The new Fuel Pro 485 and 487 models are custom designed for the 2017 Detroit DD13, DD15 and DD16 engines. These new Fuel Pros are available with the Next Generation Cascadia, Classic Cascadia, Western Star and M2 114SD/122SD Chassis. 

Both fuel processors have the option of a 120 VAC Overnight Heater, and a Water-In-Fuel (WIF) sensor.

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