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Aerolab Flush Mounted Filter Gascolator

Aerolab Flush Mounted Filter Gascolator

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Flyboy Accessories is proud to be the exclusive distributor for the Aerolab Filter Gascolator. This new, top-quality, flush-mounted filter assembly, made by Aerolab in Italy, has been designed to be installed inside the fuselage, flush mounted in the belly skin. It can also be flush mounted in other convenient places, like inside the wing or under the cowling.

The Aerolab Filter Gascolator is designed to be an easily serviceable fuel filter, with gascolator functionality built-in. The unit mounts flush on the belly of the airplane. You can install a single Aerolab Filter Gascolator just before the electric fuel pump or set up the system to use two filters, one in each fuel supply line.

The Aerolab Filter Gascolator is easily sumped with a standard fuel tester, and it’s easily serviced from the outside of the aircraft where there’s no risk of a smelly fuel spill ruining your interior like a can-style filter might do.

The unit has a stainless steel pleated filter to catch even the finest debris, a positively locking cap, a flush sump drain in a streamlined housing, and readily available O-rings should you ever need one. The units have been pressure tested up to 100 PSI (0.7 MPA) and may be installed in the pressurized section of the fuel system.

It is our opinion that the Aerolab Gascolator is far superior to any other fuel filtration device found on any light aircraft. We also believe that it should easily meet the Canadian requirement to have a gascolator installed on the aircraft.

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Sample Installation Photos


  • 50 micron mesh stainless steel screen fuel filter, which can be easily serviced, cleaned and – if necessary– replaced.
  • A locking button (red) prevents the inadvertent opening or loss of the cap in flight.
  • A dedicated valve is designed to interrupt the flow of the fuel from the tank(s) when servicing the filter.
  • A drain valve is installed in the cap.
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