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Dutton-Lainson Goldenrod 496 Water-Block Absorbing Fuel Filter, 56602

SKU: 18952999
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U.S.-made water-absorbing bowl fuel tank filter with 1" NPT top cap

  • Water-Block filter removes water from gasoline and diesel fuel. Water-absorbing polymers trap water, restricting fuel flow when it is time to replace the element
  • Removes microscopic particles (17 microns) of rust, sand, dirt, scale, and lint
  • Zinc die-cast top cap with 1" NPT pipe fittings
  • See-Thru bowl allows for visual monitoring of fuel flow
  • Maximum recommended flow rate of 25 gpm; working pressure up to 150 psi

Specification Description
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Package Quantity: 1
Material: Steel, plastic, paper
Product Weight: 2-1/2 lb.
Special Feature(s): Water Absorbing Fuel Tank Filter
Product Height: 9-5/8 in.
Brand: Dutton-Lainson
Part Number: 56602
Maximum Operating Pressure: 150
Product Width: 4-5/32 in.
End Type: 1 in. NPT pipe fittings
Product Length: 4-5/32 in.
Compatibility: Goldenrod fuel tank filter
Type: Water Absorbing Fuel Tank Filter
Manufacturer Part Number 56602
Dutton-Lainson Goldenrod 496 Water-Block Absorbing Fuel Filter, 56602 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Water separator filter These are excellent filters, you can see if you have gotten any water before it gets to your equipment & simply drain it out.
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality materials, even better manufacturer. Bought this last year, this sucker is made in America, and it shows. The type of resin/plastic that makes up the housing is extremely high quality and the build quality is substantial, with enough metal to feel sturdy. My unit's petcock started leaking a week after the install last year, but at the time I had lost the receipt and was going through a divorce, and life was just crazy. This year, when I went to turn the system back on, I was reminded of this. I sent an email to the company, asking to buy just the part that was leaking. Dutton-Lainson not only responded quickly, but decided to send me a complete replacement unit at their expense and totally stands behind what they build. From what others have said across the internet, I might have gotten one of the extremely few defective ones, and Dutton-Lainson takes care of the people who depend on their products. Summary: High Quality Materials, Made in USA, Dutton-Lainson backs their products and has incredibly fast and helpful customer service.
Date published: 2019-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goldenrod, Water-Block Fuel Filter 496 nice product, can view if there are contaniments in fuel while fueling. easy to change filter.
Date published: 2010-02-04
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Do I need to buy Fuel filter (495) or Water block fuel filter (496) or Both? Does 496 do fuel filter and Water block, please advice. Thanks

Asked by: Kishore2u
Thanks for your question! Deciding which Goldenrod fuel tank filter to use comes down to what you need to remove from your fuel. If you need to remove water from your fuel, you should purchase a 496 Water-Block fuel tank filter. The 496 filter will also remove microscopic particles (17 microns), but not as well as the 495 filter does (10 microns). The smaller the micron rating, the smaller the particles the filter will remove, so the 495 filter removes smaller particles than the 496, but it doesn't absorb the water in your fuel. Some people do install a 495 filter next to a 496 filter so both extremely small particles and water is removed from their fuel.
Answered by: Dutton-Lainson Company
Date published: 2017-08-28

Can this filter be used for kerosene?

Asked by: Gary2900
Thanks for your question! Yes, kerosene can be used in this filter.
Answered by: Dutton-Lainson Company
Date published: 2017-09-02

I currently have a Goldenrod with Hasting Nebraska 68902. Will the 495/496 work as a replacement? Is 68902 the zip code or part number?

Asked by: SherylA
Thanks for your question! Both 495 and 496 are model numbers of Goldenrod fuel tank filters. Goldenrod is the brand name for the farm and ranch products made and sold by the Dutton-Lainson Company in Hastings, Nebraska, and the zip code we are located in is 68902. The part number for a 495 fuel tank filter is 56599, and the part number for this 496 fuel tank filter is 56602.
Answered by: Dutton-Lainson Company
Date published: 2019-02-20

The unit appears to have s drain cock in bottom. What is the purpose. Does it drain collected water or must you buy new element?

Asked by: joesefus
Thanks for your question! The drain cock at the bottom of this filter's bowl is for draining sediment out of the bowl. You will know it is time to replace your filter's element when the rate of fuel flow begins to slow.
Answered by: Dutton-Lainson Company
Date published: 2018-10-01

What is the size of the inlet and outlet ports?

Asked by: Paul Jr
Thanks for your question! The inlet and outlet ports on this filter are 1" in diameter.
Answered by: Dutton-Lainson Company
Date published: 2017-09-02

If I am going to run a 495 and 496 filters in series on the outlet of a 20 gpm transfer tank pump for diesel, which filter should be inline first?

Asked by: Kevin Ray
You should install the standard 495 filter first inline from the fuel tank, followed by the 496 Water-Block filter.
Answered by: CodyP
Date published: 2019-08-20

Can this filter be use in a transfer tank ....gravity feed without pump?

Asked by: Concrete cowboy
Thanks for your question! Yes, this filter can be used in a transfer tank. Its gravity flow rate is approximately 5 gpm with a 24 inch head.
Answered by: Dutton-Lainson Company
Date published: 2018-05-16

what is the inlet and outlet size ? not listed in specs.

Asked by: Tractor phil
Thanks for your question! This fuel tank filter has 1" NPT pipe fittings.
Answered by: Dutton-Lainson Company
Date published: 2018-06-19
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