1. The contaminated fuel enters the inlet port.
2. The T-Bolt redirects the fuel downward through the center pipe.
3. Fuel flows through the reverse flow valve.
4. Fuel flow is spread by the depressurize cone.
5. As fuel is discharged from the depressurize cone, 80% of contaminant separation takes place.
Most of the solid particles and water settle into the quiet zone of the bowl.
6. As the fuel rises upward, any remaining minute water droplets coalesce on the cone, baffle
and bowl surfaces. Droplet size and weight gradually increase, causing downward flow into the