Snow Part 07: Ingestive Precleaners: Tangential Air Filter Housing

Tangential Air Filter Housings pull snow into the filter housing. Frozen dump valves cannot seal properly and particle separation efficiency is lost. Saturated air filters can quickly blind over when frozen, starving the engine of air. [continue reading] Snow Part 07: Ingestive Precleaners: Tangential Air Filter Housing

Snow Part 08: Ingestive Precleaners: Tube Body / Dona Cone

Tube Body precleaners contain very tight tolerances which are quickly filled by snow, and by design, are not suitable for snow applications.This system relies upon a particle separation process which takes place in very small diameter. [continue reading] Snow Part 08: Ingestive Precleaners: Tube Body / Dona Cone

Snow Part 09: Ingestive Precleaners: Dust Bowls

Snow occupies a large volume which cannot be effectively handled by a dust bowl, which needs to be emptied every time it is near full. Once filled, a dust bowl is sending the snow and debris right down into the filter housing. [continue reading] Snow Part 09: Ingestive Precleaners: Dust Bowls

Comparison of Alternative Precleaner Technologies

The Series 9000 Air Precleaners and XLR Powered Precleaners overcome several problems inherent in competing technologies. Many other precleaner technologies INGEST the dirt – they collect debris and then must be manually emptied or cleaned. Some are supposed to empty the dirt, but this may not happen under less than ideal conditions. Sy-Klone precleaners are EJECTIVE – the debris is never collected in the precleaner in the first place. [continue reading] Comparison of Alternative Precleaner Technologies

   

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