Parker Velcon CDF-X™ elements are currently going through robustness testing at two major airports in the U.S. This is part of the testing program to determine if the elements will be safe for into-plane field evaluation. Unlike previous new products that have followed EI filtration specifications, the CDF-X is the first to require robustness testing. In our lab, we are able to produce results that indicates extended life expectancy surpassing the current EI1583 specification. Stage II of the robustness test requires a throughput of 650,000 gallons of fuel per element. This type of testing cannot be completed in a laboratory …
Haneflex had the pleasure of participating at InterAirport SE Asia 2019 held at the Singapore Expo in February. Our stand was visited by many of our customers around the world and we had the privilege of having our principals join us as well and engage with end-users.
We also had a chance to showcase the latest products and technologies which had shown alot of keen interest! It was a very successful show and we look forward to being a participant again in 2021!
You can download a presentation of the EI filter qualification process as well as an update to Parker Velcon’s new filter technologies that was presented at the IATA Aviation Fuel Forum in Singapore in Nov 2018 here :
Parker Velcon’s Water-in-Fuel (WIFTM) Sensor is designed to meet Energy Institute (EI) 1598 Specifications for electronic sensors used to monitor fuel contamination including free water and/or particulate matter. For more information, download the catalog below:
It is with mixed feelings that we announce the retirement of our beloved and much appreciated Frankie Ng. It is difficult if not impossible to sum up his achievements over 30+ years of dedicated service.
We wish him all the best in his retirement! Frankie’s sales & support responsibilities have now be taken over by :
Mohd Erfan for Emcee Electronics
Koo Siong Heng for Scully
For any clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us.