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US' Neenah Filtration develops Gessner engine air filter medium

23
Feb '22
Pic: INDA
Pic: INDA
US-based firm, Neenah Filtration, has developed a Gessner medium for engine air filters in passenger cars with an improved gradient structure to fulfil these needs. Our A006D medium consists of 100 per cent leading edge cellulose and has a special paper media design – these characteristics lead to an increased lifetime of the filter medium.

The medium can provide a higher efficiency compared to media with similar air permeability up to 99.84 per cent based on our flatsheet testing according to ISO 5011 and up to 100 per cent increase in dust holding capacity at higher flow velocities by only a slightly higher thickness compared to standard media. With the state-of-the-art resin technology, the medium receives the final touch and is of course available with flame retardancy according to DIN53438, the company said in  a press release.

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