The in line filter (LEN) uses the cyclone effect in the filter housing, which improves the dirt holding capacity and stretches out service intervals. In its filter head, the medium will flow in a tangential path. Use of a pressure spring in the filter fixes the filter element to the grooves in the filter bowl bottom. The differential pressure contamination indicator measures the degree of pollution of the filter element. Based on the condition of the filter, a maintenance indicator on top of the housing indicates when the filter needs to be changed and when it reaches critical operating condition. In addition, a pressure spring automatically lifts the filter element off the centering pivot in the housing. The filter element’s 6-layer filter material is cleans while minimizing pressure loss.
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