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PRODUCTS \ filter elements
Remove solid particulate to below one micron plus liquid contaminants.
One-micron filtration is essential to extend equipment life and oil change intervals. It is a known fact that lubricating oil does not wear out and, if kept clean, will maintain its lubrication qualities intact almost indefinitely. Over the past decade, the quality of filtration and oil additives has improved greatly but oil changes are still necessary because the available full flow oil filters cannot remove enough of the contaminants.
The puraDYN filter element, used in conjunction with the manufacturer’s original equipment full flow filter, is designed to achieve the fine filtration needed to remove solid particulate contaminant to below one micron. The combination of the two types of filtration gives the maximum equipment protection.
SAE paper #660081 states:
“Filtration of previously used oil to five microns had no significant effect on wear, but filtration to one micron had a substantial effect on wear”
Patented Time-Release Additive Package
Specifically formulated to maintain the oil’s total base number (TBN), this patented process thoroughly blends oil additives with a low molecular weight polymer. The polymer, incorporated into the filter element, simply holds the additives until they are released.
The porous polymer is designed to expand and contract as the oil’s temperature rises,
allowing additives to migrate to the surface where they are released into the oil.
Advanced Chemical Grafting Process
These particles are too small to be adequately removed by traditional filtration media or centrifuge devices.one micron by chemically attracting and bonding them to the filter media. This advanced patented filtration method was developed by Puradyn’s engineers as an effective way to remove the higher volumes and smaller particles of soot being generated by engines.
Puradyn filter elements contain media treated with an advanced process for chemical grafting (CGP®) designed to remove solid particulate to less than one micron.
Easy Disposal of Used Filter Element
Disposing of the filter couldn’t be easier – the minute traces of used oil in the replacement filter element do not constitute hazardous waste. Simply bag the used filter element and dispose of as trash.