Twist&Drain™


Twist&Drain™ filters provide a better and more affordable way to filter fuel


Donaldson’s affordable Twist&Drain™ filter kits provide a better way to filter fuel. Each kit contains all the components you need to change over to a Donaldson Twist&Drain fuel filter water separating system including a Twist&Drain filter with standard valve, water collection bowl and alternative valve with WIF sensor or threaded port.

  • Easy to Service
  • High performance filtration
  • Self-venting drain
  • Accepts existing OEM water-in-fuel (WIF) sensors
  • Optional water collection bowl for quick visual water inspection

WATER COLLECTION BOWLS

Part No. P551860

Part No. P551861

Part No. P551863

Part No. P564747

Works with All Twist & Drain Series
Part No. P569758


Twist&Drain™ Style Fuel Filters

Part No. P553211

Part No. P553212

Part No. P553213

Part No. P551055

Part No. P551056

Part No. P551057

Part No. P553201

Part No. P553202

Part No. P553203


Applications
  • Coverage for 400 On & Off-Road vehicle applications
Benefits
  • Protect engine components
  • Extend equipment life
Features

It’s easy to switch over. Each Twist&Drain kit includes:

  • Water separating fuel filter with standard Twist&Drain valve
  • Water collection bowl for easy visual inspection
  • Alternative Twist&Drain valve with water-in-fuel (WIF) sensor or threaded port
Service

Spin-On Filters

  1. Unscrew and remove the old filter and gasket. Properly dispose of the used filter according to local regulations.
  2. Wipe the filter head with a clean cloth.
  3. DO NOT pre-fill with fuel.
  4. Apply a thin film of clean motor oil to the gasket.
  5. Align threads; spin filter on until gasket contact.
  6. Follow icons on filter to tighten to tighten the appropriate amount.
  7. Start engine and check for leaks.

Spin-on Fuel Filter Water Separator (FFWS)

  1. Disconnect Water-In-Fuel (WIF) sensor if present – reconnect after servicing.
  2. Unscrew and remove the old filter and gasket. Properly dispose of the used filter according to local regulations.
  3. Wipe filter head with a clean cloth.
  4. Fill with fuel on the dirty side of the filter – per engine manufacturer recommendations.
  5. Apply a thin film of clean motor oil to the gasket.
  6. Align threads; spin filter on until gasket contact.
  7. Follow icons on filter to tighten to tighten the appropriate amount.
  8. Replace water collection bowl gasket if applicable.
  9. Prime fuel system per manufacturer instructions.
  10. Start engine and check for leaks.
  11. Drain water daily.