HOW CENTRIFUGE ACTION SPINS DIRT OUT OF YOUR LUBE OIL

 

THIS IS THE DIRT GLACIER TAKES OUT TO REDUCE YOUR OPERATING COSTS

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It contains damaging abrasive particles such as iron, copper and sand; plus soot particles which have passed freely through your standard filter.

Left in the oil this harmful mixture causes wear on: piston rings, liners, bearings, camshafts.

And the soot will clog oilways, block element filters and cause rapid deterioration even of modern oils.

 

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Inside the centrifuge a twin jet rotor, powered only by engine oil pressure, rotates at speeds up to 6000rpm. Forces 2000 times greater than gravity are created to literally force dirt and contaminants out of engine oil.

Hard and sharp abrasive metallic particles are removed down to one tenth of a micron size. Plus the rest of the dirt which causes parts to wear and oil to deteriorate.

Engines last longer. Far fewer lube oil drains and full-flow filter changes are needed. Maintenance costs go down. And you get the finest oil cleaning system in the world, a true centrifuge.

Because element filters depend on rags or paper fibres for their cleaning action, they can channel through or block completely and leave your engine unprotected. The rotor never contains anything but the dirt it removes from the oil. Centrifugal cleaning action begins immediately and never stops. It keeps your oil clean – even after taking out up to five times as much dirt as an ordinary by-pass element filter. Oil additives last longer too.

Learn more about    The Centrifuge

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