- Parker Velcon introduces the use of ACOX water barrier filters for their smaller VF-6X series of filter housings for general aviation use.
- The CDFX water barrier filter does not require corrected dP because they do not capture water like SAP monitors. The requirement for a minimum 50% of maximum achievable flow rates are not applicable. Simply record the actual dP reading and stay within the 22 psi.
Since the approval of the CDFX Water Barrier Filter by JIG, there has been a lot of interest as well as questions about this new amazing technology.
Please review the Frequently-Asked-Questions document below and do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if you have more questions!
It is with great sadness and regret for us to announce the passing of our beloved company founder, Sam Ngiam.
Sam started Haneflex more than 40 years ago back in 1980. The company started as a small workshop providing maintenance services for petrol station equipment and have since grown to be one of the most established distributor of aviation fueling components in Asia today.
He was greatly respected by his peers in the industry and he continued to come into the office daily up to the very end.
Haneflex will continue to be managed by his son, David Ngiam.
Haneflex participated at Inter Airport South East Asia in March and we would like to thank all the friends and guest who visited our stand! See you again in 2025!
Parker Velcon is pleased to announce that the CDFX Water Barrier Filters have been requalified to the 2nd Edition of EI-1588. Parker is now working closely with JIG to move forward on the CDFX Water Barrier Filter acceptance into their operating standards.
In anticipation of JIG acceptance, Parker has built thousands of CDFX-230B elements for stock and will ramp up production as soon as they get the JIG approval. The outer sleeve of the CDFX has also been changed to black to help differentiate it from 2” monitor cartridges and dirt defense filters.
- JIG delays the acceptance of the current CDFX due to inconsistencies in the adhesion of the end cap on a limited number of trial elements.
- Regardless, none of the end caps were ever dislodged, and downstream fuel quality for all trial elements continues to be on-specification.
- Parker Velcon has developed a new manufacturing process to make the end caps more robust and have requested EI to partially requialify to EI 1588 by the end of June 2022.
CDF-X Update: Our Water Barrier Filter, CDF-X is now adopted in the A4A Operating Standard ATA-103 A4A Bulletin 2022.1: Bulletin 2022.1and CSA B836:22! In mid-January, A4A issued Bulletin 2022. 1 Water Barrier Filtration, January 2022 – the last step needed for full acceptance at airports that adhere to ATA-103. The next stage is acceptance by JIG and IATA.
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Following the IATA Super Absorbent Polymer (SAP) Special Interest Group report, the aviation fuel industry has collaborated to evaluate alternative technologies that can be fitted into existing fueling equipment. After rigorous evaluation, ATA103 is being modified to incorporate the second of these replacement technologies: the water barrier filter. Airlines for America (A4A) will continue working together with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Joint Inspection Group (JIG) to assess other replacement technologies for potential inclusion in ATA103.
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As Intoplane fueling operations begin reviewing re-commissioning processes for mobile and fixed aviation fueling equipment, it is important to ensure all critical fueling components are inspected and tested before being reintroduced back into fueling operations. These simple yet effective tips for inspecting your Eaton Carter Ground Fueling components can be used to ensure safe operating conditions before being used planeside. Contact us if you require rebuild kits.
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With the recent clarification in JIG Technical Newsletter 9 (24 Feb 2021), it is clear that operators are now able to include new filter technologies yet to be included in the JIG standards, such as the Parker Velcon CDFX water barrier filter, as part of their Transition Plan which JIG members are encouraged to develop by the end of March 2021. Monitors can still be used up to 31 July 2023 so this will allow operators to fully evaluate the effectiveness of the CDFX for themselves. An excerpt from JIG TN9 is shown below:
The Parker Velcon CDFX water barrier …