Filter ELEMENTS

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KLEENOIL filter elements are made of long fibre cellulose, polypropylene and polyester. Its functioning is based on depth sedimentation. The oil is conducted axially through the filter with low pressure and a reduced flow.  Compared to the size of the filter the dirt and water absorption capacity is higher than average. The additives of the oil are not influenced.

The filtered oil is kept within its application specifications for a very long time. Micro-contaminants down to a size of 1 micron and condensate are efficiently separated from the fluid. This is ensured by the special construction of the filter housing and the way the oil is lead through the filter element. Even oil decomposition products and varnish can be eliminated by permanent application.

The construction of the KLEENOIL filter housing and the respective filter element are coordinated between each other. We recommend to exclusively use original KLEENOIL filter elements. The whole construction grans a reliable oil maintenance, protecting the oil in a low pressure range. Only this way it can be ensured, that despite the low filter fineness the additivation of the oil remains unchanged.

 


There are 4 different types of KLEENOIL filter elements, respectively matching the corresponding by-pass filters.

LDFC

LDFC
  • Application in LDU filter housing
  • Retention capacity:
    up to 500 g solid particles
    and/or 230 ml water
  • Filter fineness 1 μm nom.

HDFC-N

HDFC-N
  • Application in HDU filter housing
  • Retention capacity:
    up to 1.000 g solid particles
    and/or 300 ml water
  • Filter fineness 1 μm nom.

SDFC

SDFC
  • Application in SDU filter housing and all KLEENOIL filtration systems
  • Retention capacity:
    up to 2.000 g solid particles
    and/or 500 ml water
  • Filter fineness 1 μm nom.

SDFC-P

SDFC-P
  • Application in SDU filter housing and suitable KLEENOIL filtration systems
  • For filtration of water based lubricants 
  • Retention capacity:
    up to 2.000 g solid particles
  • Filter fineness < 10 μm nom.