Cooling systems are typically partial flow (by-pass) filters, with less than 10% of coolant flowing through the filter. We offer a range of filters designed to work in a variety of operating environments and maintenance schedules. Use of the correct filter is important to maintain the proper balance to prevent over-concentration (silicate dropout) or under-concentration, which leads to corrosion, liner pitting and other system problems.
There are 3 types of standard coolant filters.
- The pre-charge filter, which contains enough coolant additive to initially charge the cooling system and to allow for depletion to the first service interval.
- The standard charge spin-on filters which contain adequate chemical additive to maintain cooling systems between service intervals.
- Blank filters which contain no chemical additive and can be used with cooling systems maintained by liquid additive, systems using long-life coolants which require no additive, or on overcharged systems to help bring the additive back to the normal range. Blank filters are not intended for use with water-only systems.
- Organic acid coolant systems – Organic acid technology (OAT)
- Hybrid coolant systems – blend of traditional and organic coolant
- Rugged design and materials for extra durability
- Seals are constructed specifically to withstand extreme heat and cold
Available Media Type
- Cellulose – cost-effectively meets application efficiency and capacity requirements