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7/15/2014

Filter System with Online Performance Monitoring

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Transor Filter will showcase its latest filtration system, designed for applications of one micron filtration (OMF), including ceramic applications and filtration for crankshafts.

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Transor Filter will showcase its latest filtration system, designed for applications of one micron filtration (OMF), including ceramic applications and filtration for crankshafts. The large, centralized system provides a 270-gpm coolant flow, automated sludge handling, and a diagnostics system that enables technicians to monitor a unit’s performance via an online interface.

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