Parsing Filter Media and Filter Element Types

Posted by Dustin Flynn on Thu, Feb. 01, 2018

In the fascinating and fundamental field that is industrial fluid filtration, there exist many types of filter elements and many different types of media. In this article, we will briefly cover filter elements and the most common types of media they're made up of. The medias featured below include: cellulose, glass, wire mesh and water removal, coalesce and resin.

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Topics: filter elements, filtration, contamination

Hy-Pro vs. Brand X Filters in a Single-Pass Fluid Transfer

Posted by Jim Harlan on Tue, Feb. 07, 2017

The Problem

Today’s oil suppliers are often required to provide fluid at or below a specified ISO Cleanliness Code. One such supplier was experiencing short filter element life (15 days) on the system (7 element multi-round housing) used to achieve the required ISO Cleanliness Code of 18/16/13 in a single pass as 15W-40 oil is transferred from their bulk storage tanks to tanker trucks for delivery.

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Topics: fluid transfer, DFE, filtration, offline filtration, case study, ISO 4406, breathers

Diesel Fuel Filtration 101

Posted by Jim Harlan on Wed, Apr. 02, 2014

Diesel engines are widely used today. You can find them inside buses and tractor trailers traveling our roads, humming along in construction equipment and drill rigs, submerged in marine environments and helping save lives in hospital generators, amongst many other applications. Diesel engines are popular for good reason. Not only do they have cleaner exhaust emissions, they are also known for more reliable starts in extreme temperatures.

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Topics: diesel, filtration, water, contaminination, Water Contamination, case study

   

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