Press Release Summary:
InterBlend filtration media, formed with cellulose and multi-layered, melt-blown, polyester-synthetic fibers, maximizes contaminant removal efficiency and dirt holding capacity. Layered synthetic fibers are adhered to cellulose base sheet for structural integrity. Composite layers create media construction that minimizes flow restriction, preventing premature plugging of filter.
Original Press Release:
Baldwin Introduces New InterBlend(TM) Media
Baldwin Filters introduces InterBlend, a new high performance filtration media. InterBlend is formed with both cellulose and multi-layered, melt-blown polyester-synthetic fibers. This combination capitalizes on the strength of each material to increase both contaminant removal efficiency and dirt holding capacity.
Interblend media consists of precisely formed synthetic fibers, which are layered, then adhered to a cellulose base sheet for improved structural integrity. The composite layers create a unique media construction that allows for more efficient contaminant removal, while minimizing flow restriction. This allows the media to maximize the dirt holding capacity and filtration efficiency while preventing premature plugging of the filter. Interblend media provides the level of performance required to keep today's modern high-pressure fuel systems protected.
Laboratory tests, performed per Cummins® Engineering Standard #14223, show that Baldwin Filters' BF1259 with InterBlend has a capacity 36% greater than the Cummins minimum specification, making it an excellent choice for even the toughest conditions.
Baldwin Filters, a CLARCOR company, produces over 5,000 lube, air, fuel, coolant, hydraulic and transmission filtration products for most applications, and can be purchased from distributors worldwide.
For additional information about the InterBlend media, as well as other Baldwin products, write to Baldwin Filters, 4400 East Hwy. 30, Kearney, NE 68848 or visit our web site at www.baldwinfilter.com.
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