In preparation for the up and coming ICE-D detachment to Cape Verde, we thought it would be a good idea to inspect the “filter inlet” for any contamination.

This photo shows the inside of one of the filter inlets prior to cleaning.

This show contamination which has built up over a period of months while the filters have not been used.

Here, you are looking at the lower section just before the filter cartridge. The image below is taken further up inside the inlet close to the bend. Again this shows signs of contamination from water and dirt.

A deep clean with lint free cloths and DI water was carried out for both inlets and a further inspection was carried out.

As you can see from the images below the results were very good, a clear improvement. We now have a clean filter system which is ready for the detachment.

 

In preparation for the up and coming ICE-D detachment to Cape Verde, we thought it would be a good idea to inspect the “filter inlet” for any contamination.

This photo shows the inside of one of the filter inlets prior to cleaning.

This show contamination which has built up over a period of months while the filters have not been used.

Here, you are looking at the lower section just before the filter cartridge. The image below is taken further up inside the inlet close to the bend. Again this shows signs of contamination from water and dirt.

 

A deep clean with lint free cloths and DI water was carried out for both inlets and a further inspection was carried out.

As you can see from the images below the results were very good, a clear improvement. We now have a clean filter system which is ready for the detachment.