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One World Filter
NO MORE FILTERS One filter for all engines No more purchasing of filters No more disposal of filters
History The Duration filters were founded in 1992 to replace the most widely used filters in the industry today. Providing the most economical payback and effective removal of contamination, without the added cost of filters and disposal.
Replacement Filters For: Amine Diesel Engine Oil Glycol Hydraulic Fluid Hot Oil Inlet Gas Saltwater Disposal ELIMINATES: BUYING AND DISPOSAL
3-Part System I.BV – Full-flow Strainer 316LSS Three Strainer/standard 20 gpm, 60 gpm, 120 gpm Replaces bag, cartridge, paper, and sock-type filters Used in amine, diesel, engine oil, glycol, hydraulic oil, hot oil, saltwater disposal, water jacket High differential; 257 psi burst Filters to 10 microns Filters inside-out, save oil in housing; no purging required Clean by pressure washer Reusable/5-year warranty Eliminates buying/disposing filters
3-Part System II.SST – Tube Magnet Pulls metal particles from system Extends filter life Visual troubleshooting Clean by wiping with rag Reusable lifetime warranty
3-Part System III.Centrifuge Side stream system Oil pressure drives centrifuge (no air, gas, electricity needed) Removes dirt, grit, soot, metal, carbon, spent additives (to.05 microns) Extends engine life, clean oil going to bearings, cams, rings, and valves 5-year warranty
Easy Filter Cleaning FILTRATION AS SIMPLE AS IT GETS The Duration filters are simple to clean. Turn the filter upside down on a pipe and backwash with a pressure washer. Saves maintenance time by not draining filters for 72 hours and disposing of in drums.
No More Filter Disposal No More Used Filters! No More Disposal Drums! No More Tracking Drums! No More Paper Work!
Micron Comparison Red Blood Cell (5 microns) Last Point of Visibility (40 microns) Duration Filter (50 microns) Human Hair (89 microns) 1,000 times actual size