Go With the Flow!
Feel the difference of the RotoFlow’s revolutionary clunkless fuel delivery and end the worries of what is going on inside your tank when your plane leaves the ground.
No doubt you spent a lot of time and money building your model - WHY RISK LOSING IT due to cheap Fuel Tank?
Supported FUEL TYPES: Nitro, Petrol and Jet
It's About Time
Fuel tanks for RC airplanes have not evolved for decades. They are still prone to the same problems fought during every flying season:
-Clunks stick in forward position
-Leaking internal and external connections
-Stiffening of the clunk hose
-Hoses falling off sharp-ended copper tubes
-Stoppers degrading and leaking fuel into the interior of the airplane
-Worst of all - air bubbles in the fuel lines caused by clunk agitation as it impacts the inner tank wall
The new RotoFlow clunkless fuel tank has solved these problems and added a host of new benefits.
RotoFlow - A Better Way To Go
-Brass rotary fuel pick-up works on the principle of centrifugal force to ensure constant and reliable contact with fuel
-Fuel is drawn away from the foam layer at the wall of the tank
-No internal hoses or connections to harden, or leak air or fuel
-A harder-hitting throttle response due to the ability to draw from a more foamless and air bubble-free fuel supply
-Works with gas or glow fuels
-Triple-sealed, machined stopper will not leak or take a set
-Barbed brass outlet nipple secures both 1/8" and 5/32" fuel hoses
-Aerospace seals for performance and durability
-One year warranty
| 10 fluid ounce (2.5" dia x 4 3/4" lg; wt. 3.0 oz; 300 cc) |
| 12 fluid ounce (2.5" dia x 5 1/2" lg; wt. 3.1 oz; 360 cc) |
| 14 fluid ounce (2.5" dia x 6 1/4" lg; wt. 3.5 oz; 420 cc) |
| 16 fluid ounce (3" dia x 5 1/4" lg; wt. 3.6 oz; 473 cc)|
|20 fluid ounce (3" dia x 6 1/4" lg; wt. 3.8 oz; 591 cc) |
| 24 fluid ounce (3" dia x 7 1/4" lg; wt. 4.2 oz; 710 cc) |
| 32 fluid ounce (3 15/16" dia x 5 1/2" lg; wt. 4.5 oz; 960 cc) |
| 40 fluid ounce (3 15/16" dia x 6 1/2" lg; wt. 4.7 oz; 1200 cc) |
| 50 fluid ounce (3 15/16" dia x 7 1/2" lg; wt. 6.8 oz; 1500 cc) |
These Fuel Tanks are proving to be very popular with descerning modellers and go out of stock quickly
If we are showing no stock please contact us for next delivery date or to ask questions
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Does the brass tubing inside the RotoFlow tank degrade?
The manufactures of RotoFlow have a 3/4 filled a Rotoflow Tank with 15% nitro glow fuel and set it aside for a period of two years to test the corrosive action to the brass tubing. What they have found is the brass tubing receives a surface layer of corrosion that actually stops additional corrosion from happening. Much the same as aluminium does. The internal working area of the rotary pick up which houses the seals stay clean and unaffected and Rotoflow will continue to deliver perfect performance for many years to come.
I use Petrol - as such I don not have an issue with the fuel tube inside my tank going brittle or hard. Why should I consider a RotoFlow Fuel Tank?
Correct using Petrol is the only advantage, that being no hardening of the fuel tube inside the tank. However , most flyers will quickly agree the other advantages are also important like a stopper that will never leak and take a set, quicker throttle response, strength of the tank, zero maintenance, and the total elimination of internal air leaks are some of the major reasons to consider a Rotoflow fuel tank.
What happens to the fuel pickup in the RotoFlow tank when the aircraft is on a downward descent?
The Rotoflow will supply fuel to the engine in a straight descent for 25 seconds. A standard clunk tank is lucky to get 15-18 seconds. There is more reserve build into the Rotoflow. Most descents are 3-5 seconds before pull out is necessary with the throttle closed. Clunk style tanks do not draw fuel from the front of the tank but rather only the rear just like the Rotoflow. The traditional clunk hose will not allow the clunk to travel forward and if it does it is a certain stall on take off.
The manufacturer as active aerobatic and warbird pilots themselves have done extensive testing for the past 4 years to prove the peformance of Rotoflow.
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