cartridge-type filter

cartridge-type filter

cartridge-type filter
A water filter in the form of a cartridge.
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A spin-on oil filter replaced the original cartridge-type filter and the 6-volt electrical system had been upgraded to 12 volts.
The remote-mounted oil filter housing contains cleanable cartridge-type filter elements that filter 100% of the engine's oil flow.
Benefits of cartridge-type filters include fewer parts to replace at servicing (housing is retained), easier disposal of used elements, and less costly replacement parts.
All filter housings are designed to support the use of bag or cartridge-type filters and ensure easy replacement of the filter elements.
Compared with conventional bag or cartridge-type filters, service life is three to five times longer, with zero compromise of filter performance.
Central filters include types with one filter bag and pulsed-air cleaning or with three cartridge-type filters and compressed-air cleaning.
The large-capacity, 330 gallon (1250 liter) coolant system includes a self-cleaning metal-edge filter arrangement that automatically cleans itself, efficiently removing chips and reducing maintenance normally associated with cartridge-type filters.
The mains water supply is not interrupted, and the device comes complete with two cartridge-type filters and all fittings including a stainless-steel tap.