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Training For Filtration 1 13 10

  1. 1. © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL
  2. 2. Outline  Why bother with Fluid System Contamination Control?  Who needs the headaches?  Where do you start?  Quality Filtration is the best place to start. © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 2
  3. 3. The Reason for Contamination Control Particle Sizing Typical clearance values in various components. 3
  4. 4. The Reason for Contamination Control Particle Sizing (cont.) Particles may be (A) Larger than the opening (B) Very nearly the same size or (C) Smaller (silt). © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 4
  5. 5. Typical Lube Oil Samples ISO 22/20/17 ISO 14/12/10 © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 5
  6. 6. SKF New Life Theory For Rolling Contact Fatigue Up to 500 Times Bearing Life Increase © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 6
  7. 7. STLE Bearing Life Adjustment Factor 14 12 10 Relative Life 8 6 4 2 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Filter Rating (Beta = 200) Reference: STLE Handbook on Life Factors for Rolling Bearings (1992) © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 7
  8. 8. In short…  Get and keep clean and dry lubricant  Increases Bearing Life At Least 5 to 20 Times  Significantly Reduces Unscheduled Removals  Significantly Reduces Overhaul Replacement  Decreases Maintenance Costs  Improves Up-Time and Productivity © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 8
  9. 9. UNDERSTANDING FAILURES DUE TO SOLID CONTAMINANTS © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 9
  10. 10. The Ultimate Goal for a Filter Operate at the Target Level Cleanliness (TLC)  How?  know the recommended or required ISO cleanliness level  establish system pressure range  account for severe or extreme duty cycles  monitor failure/breakdown levels -- decrease TLC if incidents unacceptable  follow manufacturer guidelines  design for it by implementing a CONTAMINANTION CONTROL PROGRAM © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 10
  11. 11. Cleanliness Level Rating  Needed to be Established to Better Satisfy Industry Needs – To Accurately Determine How Much Particulate is in a System – To Provide a Basis for Selecting Optimum Contamination Control for any System  Was Established by the International Standards Organization (ISO) – Identified as the ISO Solid Contamination Code (ISO Standard No. 4406:1999) © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 11
  12. 12. ISO 4406: Allocation of Scale Numbers © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 12
  13. 13. ISO Cleanliness Standard 4406: 1999 ISO ISO Range Range No. of Particles per 1 ml of Fluid Number No. of Particles per 1 ml of Fluid Number More than Up to and Including More than Up to and Including 80,000 160,000 24 20 40 12 40,000 80,000 23 10 20 11 20,000 40,000 22 5 10 10 10,000 20,000 21 2.5 5 9 5,000 10,000 20 1.3 2.5 8 2,500 5,000 19 0.64 1.3 7 1,300 2,500 18 0.32 0.64 6 640 1,300 17 0.16 0.32 5 320 640 16 0.08 0.16 4 160 320 15 0.04 0.08 3 80 160 14 0.02 0.04 2 40 80 13 0.01 0.02 1 13
  14. 14. ISO Contamination Level Code Based on Amount of Contaminant in 1 ml of Fluid Sample in Three Size Ranges Number of Particles  4(c) Microns in Size Number of Particles  6(c) Microns in Size Number of Particles  14(c) Microns in Size 14
  15. 15. Target Level Cleanliness (TLC) - Systems  Vickers, Inc. (general) © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 15
  16. 16. Recommended Maximum ISO Code Vickers, Inc. (Hydraulic components) Component <2000 2000-3000 >3000 psi Variable piston pump 18/16/14 17/15/13 16/14/12 Variable v ane pump 18/16/14 17/15/13 Fixed piston pump 19/17/15 18/16/14 17/15/13 Fixed v ane pump 20/18/15 19/17/14 18/16/13 Fixed gear pump 20/18/15 19/17/15 Serv ov alv e 16/14/11 15/13/10 Proportional v alv e 17/15/12 16/14/11 Cartridge v alv e 18/16/13 17/15/12 Pressure & f low control v alv e 19/17/14 19/17/14 Directional (solenoid) v alv e 20/18/15 19/17/14 Check v alv e 20/18/15 20/18/15 Cam-wav e motor 18/16/14 17/15/13 16/14/12 Axial piston motor 19/17/14 18/16/13 17/15/12 Radial piston motor 20/18/14 19/17/13 18/16/13 Vane motor 20/18/15 19/17/14 18/16/13 Cy linder 20/18/15 20/18/15 20/18/15 Gear motor 21/19/17 20/18/15 19/17/14 Hy drostatic transmission 17/15/13 16/14/12 16/14/11 © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 16
  17. 17. CONTAMINANT REDUCTION  Contaminant Source Identification & Reduction- at the system level and at the manufacturing level  three common contaminant sources  built-in/implanted  ingressed  generated © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 17
  18. 18. Contaminant Sources  Built-In/Implanted Contaminant  supplied by the manufacturer at no extra cost!!!  potentially included in components…including pipes and tubes  homemade reservoirs can be a killer  new fluid is NOT necessarily clean  Ingressed Contaminant  seals, breathers, maintenance actions © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 18
  19. 19. Contaminant Sources - System wiper seal maintenance new component new oil reservoir breather - moisture absorbing © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 19
  20. 20. Examples of Built-In Contaminant New system with built in dirt ISO 23/22/20 New oil from barrel ISO 22/20/18 © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 20
  21. 21. Contaminant Sources - Manufacturing  Built-In/Implanted Contaminant due to:  poor housekeeping  conveyors and transfer points  pallets, dunnage, packing material and handling devices  part feed chutes and storage tables  overhead vents and piping  idle, uncovered parts (unplugged ports)  assembly tools - brushes & gloves! 21
  22. 22. Contaminant Sources - Manufacturing  Ingressed Contaminant  through environmental interaction, see previous list  Generated Contaminant  by ALL metal cutting, forming or attachment processes (welding!), reservoirs 22
  23. 23. Sources of Contamination
  24. 24. Contamination Level Comparisons New oil from barrel ISO 22/20/18 System with coarse filter ISO 20/18/16 New system with built-in dirt ISO 23/22/20 System with fine filtration ISO 14/13/11 © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 24
  25. 25. Contamination Control Session Objectives  Common Filtration Terms  Contamination Types & Sources  Causes and Effects of Contamination on Fluid Power Systems and Components  How Is It Measured & Evaluated?
  26. 26. Common Filtration Terms  Micron  Viscosity  Mult-pass Testing  Beta Ratio  DHC  Pressure Drop  Absolute vs. Nominal  Surface vs. Depth  Collapse Pressure  By-pass  Indicator
  27. 27. Types of Contamination SOLID LIQUID GAS
  28. 28. Sizes of Known Particles in Inches & Microns .001 .002. 003 .004 Inches 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Microns Table Salt Industrial Haze 200 Mesh Screen Diameter of Human Hair Pollen Fog Visibility Limit (Cannot be Seen by the Naked Eye) White Blood Cells Talcum Powder 1 micron = .001 mm = .000039 inches Red Blood Cells Bacteria
  29. 29. Damage Caused by Contamination  Surface scoring and wear results in:  Loss of oil though internal leakage  Loss of efficiency  Loss of position holding characteristics  Fine particle build-up results in:  Erratic hydraulic system performance  Fluid degradation results in:  Particulate contamination which speeds up rust and corrosion
  30. 30. Effects of Contamination
  31. 31. Types of Potential System Failures  Surface Scoring and Wear Can Lead to Internal Leakage  Clearance Honing Can Cause Loss of Control and Leakage  Fluid Degradation Can Lead to Rust and Corrosion  Fine Particle Build-up Can Cause Parts to Stick
  32. 32. How do we measure fluid contamination? Basic principles  light obscuration Light source is an LED light  Does not saturate with high contamination levels
  33. 33. Sources of Error Point of Extraction - Test Connection Arrangement
  34. 34. Sources of Error Point of Extraction - Where in the System?
  35. 35. Sources of Error Disadvantages of Oil Sampling
  36. 36. Contamination Level Comparisons New oil from barrel ISO 22/20/18 System with coarse filter ISO 20/18/16 New system with built-in dirt ISO 23/22/20 System with fine filtration ISO 14/13/11 © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 36
  37. 37. Sources of Sampling Error • Leaving sample bottles open too long • Using previously contaminated bottles • Failure to flush sampling ports and lines Note: Such errors are likely to result in higher contamination readings than actual.
  38. 38. What Can Be Done ? To Assure Maximum Component, Fluid Life and Superior Equipment Operation CONTAMINANTS MUST BE REMOVED !!!! HOW ? Through Proper Filtering, Monitoring, Analysis and Control
  39. 39. Filtration = Contamination Control Filtration is Necessary to:  Reduce Wear and Failure of System Components  Reduce Overall System Malfunction  Control Particulate Contamination on a Continuous Basis
  40. 40. Required New Machine Cleanliness Fluid Cleanliness & Service Life Current Target Target Target Target Cleanliness 22/19 19/16 18/15 17/14 16/13 21/18 18/15 17/14 16/13 15/12 20/17 17/14 16/13 15/12 14/11 19/16 16/13 15/12 14/11 13/10 18/15 15/12 14/11 13/10 12/9 17/14 14/11 13/10 12/9 12/8 Life Ext. 2X 3X 4X 5X Factor
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  42. 42. Filtration Processes Surface-Type Element Depth-Type Element © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 42
  43. 43. Filtration Processes Surface Filtration 22 Cake-Type Filter Medium Small particles reduce pore size of surface-type filter (typical membrane or etched sheet). © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 43
  44. 44. Filtration Processes Surface Filtration Cake Build- Up © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 44
  45. 45. Filtration Processes Depth Filtration © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 45
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  47. 47. Types of Filters 47
  48. 48. Types of Filters 48
  49. 49. Types of Filters Paper Media Depth-Type Performance Pore Size Distribution “Absolute” Rating Difficult “Nominal” Rating Obsolete Best Evaluated by Standardized Test Methods © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 49
  50. 50. Types of Filters Membrane Filters Porous Membrane - (0.005 - 1 mm) Microporous Membrane - (0.001 - 0.005 mm) Non-Porous Membrane - (< 0.001 mm) © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 50
  51. 51. Types of Filters Woven Media Square Mesh Twilled Weave Plain Dutch Single Weave Reverse Plain Dutch Twilled Dutch Single Weave Twilled Dutch Double Weave 51
  52. 52. Types of Filters Woven Media Square Mesh Twilled Weave 52
  53. 53. Types of Filters Woven Media Twilled Dutch Single Weave Plain Dutch Single Weave 53
  54. 54. Mesh to Micron Conversion Table Mesh Micron Inches  4 5205 0.2030  8 2487 0.0970  10 1923 0.0750  14 1307 0.0510  18 1000 0.0394  20 840 0.0331  25 710 0.0280  30 590 0.0232  35 500 0.0197  40 420 0.0165  45 350 0.0138  50 297 0.0117  60 250 0.0098  70 210 0.0083  80 177 0.0070
  55. 55. Conversion Table Cont. Mesh Micron Inches 100 149 0.0059 120 125 0.0049 140 105 0.0041 170 88 0.0035 200 74 0.0029 230 62 0.0024 270 53 0.0021 325 44 0.0017 400 37 0.0015* 550 25 0.0009 800 15 0.0006 1250 10 0.0004 – 5 0.0002 – 1 0.000039 *Threshold of visibility
  56. 56. Types of Filters Non-Woven Media Paper Man-made Fibers Felts Sintered Metal 56
  57. 57. Types of Filters Melt Blown Glass Fiber Polyester Characterized by very fine, uniform fiber diameters resulting in extremely small pores and fine filtration, but relatively low pressure drop. 57
  58. 58. Types of Filters Typical Cartridge Filter Element 58
  59. 59. Types of Filters Pleat Packing Typical Pleated Fibrous Cross-Section of Places of Pleat Deformation Medium and Support Mesh Typical Pleated Element Under Differential Pressure 59
  60. 60. Types of Filters Effects of Pleat Packing 60
  61. 61. Types of Filters Manufacturing “Issues” © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 61
  62. 62. Filter Applications Hydraulic System 65
  63. 63. Filtration For Hydraulic Systems  Benefits of filtration  Filter placement  Filter rating recommendations © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 66
  64. 64. Results of Inadequate Filtration  Reduced reliability (MTBR)  (Mean Time Between Repair)  Decreased production  Increased scrap  Increased cost © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 67
  65. 65. Flushing Filters  Remove contaminant before startup  Prevent early catastrophic failures  Extend in-service filter life 68
  66. 66. Pressure Line Filters  Full system pressure  Bypass or non-bypass type  Stop pump generated particles  Contain catastrophic pump failure  Act as last chance protection ahead of critical component 69
  67. 67. Return Line Filters  Low pressure  In-line or in-tank  Capture debris from component wear  Capture ingressed debris  Can also serve as oil fill location © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 70
  68. 68. Air Breather Filter  Eliminate ingressed contaminant  Extends filter service life  Should have removal rating as good as system filter © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 71
  69. 69. Kidney Loop / Off-Line Filter  When system flow is variable and frequently low (compensated pump)  When pressure or return filters are impractical  Supplement to in-line filters for extended life © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 72
  70. 70. Filter Placement © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 73
  71. 71. Selecting Hydraulic Filters Should not be a Gamble, It Should Be:  Based on component dynamic clearance protection  Based on machine or component specifications  Based on user specifications  Based on achieving Target Cleanliness Level © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 74
  72. 72. Example Filter Rating vs. Cleanliness Correlation Filter µm Rating Typical ISO 4406 (ß = 1000) Cleanliness Code 1 12/10/07 - 14/12/10 3 14/12/10 - 16/14/12 6 16/14/12 - 17/16/13 12 17/16/13 - 19/17/14 25 19/17/14 - 21/19/17 75
  73. 73. Hydraulic Filter Specification Complete Specification Should Include:  β profile -- βx = 75, 200,1000 - ISO 16889  Clean DP (low and high visc) - ISO 3968  Fluid compatibility - ISO 2943  Flow fatigue resistance - ISO 3724  Dirt capacity - ISO 16889  Collapse pressure - ISO 2941 76
  74. 74. Major Market Categories Let’s take a look at some markets 77 Markets and Applications
  75. 75. Major Market Industrial © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 78 Markets and Applications
  76. 76. Specific Market Segments © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 79
  77. 77. Specific Market Segments © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 80
  78. 78. Specific Market Segments © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 81
  79. 79. Industrial Markets: OEMs  Machine Tools  Packaging Machinery  Plastic Working Machinery  Rolling Mill Machinery  Paper Industry Machinery  Printing Machinery © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 82
  80. 80. Industrial Markets: OEMs (Cont.)  Textile Machinery  Food Product Machinery  Elevators, Moving Stairway and Conveyors  Medical Equipment  Equipment Manufacturers who Purchase Hydraulic Components 83
  81. 81. Industrial Markets: End-Users  Automotive Plants  Plastic Machinery Users  Steel Mills – Foundries  Construction and Agricultural Machinery Manufacturing Plants © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 84
  82. 82. Industrial Markets: End-Users (Cont.)  Power Generation and Paper Mill Plants  Bottling Plant  Military (Direct)  The Remaining Broad Base of Industrial Users of Hydraulic Machinery 85
  83. 83. Mobile Markets: OEMs  Logging Machinery  Mining Machinery  Waste Handling Equipment  Cranes  Lift Trucks  Off-Highway Trucks 86
  84. 84. Lubrication System Markets OEMs and End Users  Paper Mill Industry  Power Generation Industry  Industrial Machinery (Utilizing the Closed Loop System)  Steel Mill Machinery  Oil, Gas, Air Pumps, Compressors 87
  85. 85. The Plan Matching the PROBLEM ….. with a SOLUTION Recirc. Units Filtration Dehydrator Filter Cart-
  86. 86. Filtration
  87. 87. Return Breather Filters Filter Cart- Recirc. Units Dehydrator Solving Problems – Providing Information
  88. 88. Filters- Housings Breather Filter Cart- Recirc. Unit Lube & Hyd. Units
  89. 89. Major Market Competitors Let’s take a look at some competitors, which you will be replacing their elements. © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 92
  90. 90. Filtration Products Competitive Analysis Session Objectives  Identify Key Competitors by Specific Product Category  Compare Competitive Product Specifications  Compare Competitive Product Pricing Levels 93
  91. 91. Low Pressure Return Line Filters Schroeder Pall KF3 Parker HH 8610 40CN 96
  92. 92. © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 97
  93. 93. Top-Ported Pressure Filters Pall Schroeder HH9020 Parker NF30 15P 98
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  95. 95. Base-Ported Filters Schroeder Pall Parker KF30 HH9710 50P 100
  96. 96. © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 101
  97. 97. Top-Ported Pressure Filters Schroeder CF60 Pall Parker HH9800 25P 102
  98. 98. © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL 103
  99. 99. TARGET PALL  PALL 8300/8310  TARGETS PAPER MILLS & PRIMARY  METALS. • LOW COST COMPARED WITH PALL • HIGHLY EFFICIENT FILTRATION • FLEXIBLE DESIGN (MODULARIZED) • OUT PERFORMS PALL CORELESS 104
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  118. 118. Brand OEM P/N QF P/N Brand OEM P/N QF P/N Brand OEM P/N QF P/N DONALDSON HR66001 QH660RA06B DONALDSON P169425 QH9651A03V16 EPPENSTEINER 10160LAH20SL0006 QH160RA25B DONALDSON P173175 QH660RA06B DONALDSON P169426 QH9651A12V08 EPPENSTEINER 10160LAH20SL0006 QH160RA25B DONALDSON HR66002 QH660RA12B DONALDSON P169427 QH9651A12V16 EPPENSTEINER E30TR160H20LLLA QH160RA25B DONALDSON P170619 QH660RA12B DONALDSON P169445 QH9800A03B04 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH3SLF000P QH161DA03B DONALDSON HR66003 QH660RA25B DONALDSON P169448 QH9800A03B08 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH3SLF000PX QH161DA03B DONALDSON P173176 QH660RA25B DONALDSON P169451 QH9800A03B13 EPPENSTEINER E400HL160H32LLLA QH161DA03B DONALDSON P170596 QH661DA03B DONALDSON 47251 QH9800A06B04 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH6SLF000P QH161DA06B DONALDSON P170597 QH661DA12B DONALDSON P169446 QH9800A06B04 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH6SLF000PX QH161DA06B DONALDSON P174538 QH8200A03B08 DONALDSON 47351 QH9800A06B08 EPPENSTEINER E400HL160H62LLLA QH161DA06B DONALDSON P174541 QH8200A03B13 DONALDSON P169798 QH9800A06B08 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH10SLF000P QH161DA12B DONALDSON P174545 QH8200A03B16 DONALDSON P763004 QH9800A06B08 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH10SLF000P QH161DA12B DONALDSON P170737 QH8200A06B08 DONALDSON P169452 QH9800A06B13 EPPENSTEINER E400HL160H102LLL QH161DA12B DONALDSON P174542 QH8200A06B13 DONALDSON 47252 QH9800A12B04 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH20SLF000P QH161DA25B DONALDSON P174546 QH8200A06B16 DONALDSON P169447 QH9800A12B04 EPPENSTEINER 9160LAH20SLF000P QH161DA25B DONALDSON P174539 QH8200A12B08 DONALDSON 47352 QH9800A12B08 EPPENSTEINER E400HL160H202LLL QH161DA25B DONALDSON P174543 QH8200A12B13 DONALDSON P169449 QH9800A12B08 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH3SLA000P QH240DA03B DONALDSON P174547 QH8200A12B16 DONALDSON P169453 QH9800A12B13 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH3SLA000PX QH240DA03B DONALDSON P174540 QH8200A25B08 DONALDSON 47253 QH9800A25B04 EPPENSTEINER E400HL240H3LLLA QH240DA03B DONALDSON P174544 QH8200A25B13 DONALDSON P169797 QH9800A25B04 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH6SLA000P QH240DA06B DONALDSON P174548 QH8200A25B16 DONALDSON 47353 QH9800A25B08 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH6SLA000PX QH240DA06B DONALDSON P179749 QH8300A01V39 DONALDSON P169450 QH9800A25B08 EPPENSTEINER E400HL240H6LLLA QH240DA06B DONALDSON P167834 QH8300A03B08 DONALDSON P169454 QH9800A25B13 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH10SLA000P QH240DA12B DONALDSON P167835 QH8300A03B16 DONALDSON P167270 QH9801A03V04 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH10SLA000P QH240DA12B DONALDSON P167836 QH8300A03B39 DONALDSON P167414 QH9801A03V08 EPPENSTEINER E400HL240H10LLLA QH240DA12B DONALDSON P171056 QH8300A03V16 DONALDSON P167416 QH9801A03V13 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH20SLA000P QH240DA25B DONALDSON P171048 QH8300A03V39 DONALDSON P167413 QH9801A12V04 EPPENSTEINER 9240LAH20SLA000P QH240DA25B DONALDSON P164574 QH8300A06B08 DONALDSON P167415 QH9801A12V08 EPPENSTEINER E400HL240H20LLLA QH240DA25B DONALDSON P167576 QH8300A06B16 DONALDSON P167417 QH9801A12V13 EPPENSTEINER 10240LAH3SL0006P QH240RA03B DONALDSON P164578 QH8300A06B39 DONALDSON P176136 QH9901A03B13 EPPENSTEINER 10240LAH3SL0006P QH240RA03B DONALDSON P164580 QH8300A06V08 DONALDSON P171037 QH9901A12V26 EPPENSTEINER E30TR240H3LLLA QH240RA03B DONALDSON P171055 QH8300A06V16 DONALDSON P169341 QHKA03B09 EPPENSTEINER 10240LAH6SL0006P QH240RA06B DONALDSON P171047 QH8300A06V39 DONALDSON P174245 QHKA03B18 EPPENSTEINER 10240LAH6SL0006P QH240RA06B DONALDSON P164215 QH8300A12B08 DONALDSON P174622 QHKA03V09 EPPENSTEINER E30TR240H6LLLA QH240RA06B © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL
  119. 119. Brand OEM P/N QF P/N Brand OEM P/N QF P/N Brand OEM P/N QF P/N HYDAC 2060895 QH6500A06B16 HYDAC 2060533 QH8300A03B08 HYDAC 10408R12BN QH8500A12B08 HYDAC 11526R05BN QH6500A06B26 HYDAC 10616D03BN QH8300A03B16 HYDAC 1269071 QH8500A12B08 HYDAC 2062465 QH6500A06B26 HYDAC 2060876 QH8300A03B16 HYDAC 10413R12BN QH8500A12B13 HYDAC 11516R12BN QH6500A12B16 HYDAC 10639D03BN QH8300A03B39 HYDAC 1269074 QH8500A12B13 HYDAC 2060896 QH6500A12B16 HYDAC 2060637 QH8300A03B39 HYDAC 2062322 QH8500A12B13 HYDAC 11526R12BN QH6500A12B26 HYDAC 10616D03BNV QH8300A03V16 HYDAC 10426R12BN QH8500A12B26 HYDAC 2062604 QH6500A12B26 HYDAC 2062215 QH8300A03V16 HYDAC 1269077 QH8500A12B26 HYDAC 11526R12BNV QH6500A12V26 HYDAC 10639D03BNV QH8300A03V39 HYDAC 2066667 QH8500A12B26 HYDAC 2067021 QH6500A12V26 HYDAC 2063569 QH8300A03V39 HYDAC 10408R25BN QH8500A25B08 HYDAC 11516R25BN QH6500A25B16 HYDAC 10608D06BN QH8300A06B08 HYDAC 1268776 QH8500A25B08 HYDAC 2060897 QH6500A25B16 HYDAC 2060534 QH8300A06B08 HYDAC 10413R25BN QH8500A25B13 HYDAC 11526R25BN QH6500A25B26 HYDAC 10616D06BN QH8300A06B16 HYDAC 1269075 QH8500A25B13 HYDAC 2070067 QH6500A25B26 HYDAC 2060877 QH8300A06B16 HYDAC 2064773 QH8500A25B13 HYDAC 0660D003BNHC QH660DA03B HYDAC 10639D06BN QH8300A06B39 HYDAC 10426R25BN QH8500A25B26 HYDAC 0660D003BN3HC QH660DA03B HYDAC 2060638 QH8300A06B39 HYDAC 1252842 QH8500A25B26 HYDAC 0660D003BNHC2 QH660DA03B HYDAC 10608D06BNV QH8300A06V08 HYDAC 2066668 QH8500A25B26 HYDAC 2055745 QH660DA03B HYDAC 2063465 QH8300A06V08 HYDAC 0850R003BN3HC QH850RA03B HYDAC 0660D003BN3HCV QH660DA03V HYDAC 10639D06BNV QH8300A06V39 HYDAC 0850R003BNHC QH850RA03B HYDAC 2056371 QH660DA03V HYDAC 2056539 QH8300A06V39 HYDAC 0850R003BNHC2 QH850RA03B HYDAC 0660D005BNHC QH660DA06B HYDAC 10608D12BN QH8300A12B08 HYDAC 2060545 QH850RA03B HYDAC 0660D005BN3HC QH660DA06B HYDAC 2060535 QH8300A12B08 HYDAC 0850R005BN3HC QH850RA06B HYDAC 0660D005BNHC2 QH660DA06B HYDAC 10616D12BN QH8300A12B16 HYDAC 0850R005BNHC QH850RA06B HYDAC 1252802 QH660DA06B HYDAC 2060878 QH8300A12B16 HYDAC 0850R005BNHC2 QH850RA06B HYDAC 2055746 QH660DA06B HYDAC 10639D12BN QH8300A12B39 HYDAC 2060546 QH850RA06B HYDAC 0660D005BN3HCV QH660DA06V HYDAC 2060639 QH8300A12B39 HYDAC 0850R010BN3HC QH850RA12B HYDAC 2067659 QH660DA06V HYDAC 10639D12BNV QH8300A12V39 HYDAC 0850R010BNHC QH850RA12B HYDAC 0660D010BNHC QH660DA12B HYDAC 2070199 QH8300A12V39 HYDAC 0850R010BNHC2 QH850RA12B HYDAC 0660D010BN3HC QH660DA12B HYDAC 10608D25BN QH8300A25B08 HYDAC 2060547 QH850RA12B HYDAC 0660D010BNHC2 QH660DA12B HYDAC 2060536 QH8300A25B08 HYDAC 0850R020BN3HC QH850RA25B HYDAC 1252803 QH660DA12B HYDAC 10616D25BN QH8300A25B16 HYDAC 0850R020BNHC QH850RA25B HYDAC 1266713 QH660DA12B HYDAC 2060879 QH8300A25B16 HYDAC 0850R020BNHC2 QH850RA25B HYDAC 2055747 QH660DA12B HYDAC 10639D25BN QH8300A25B39 HYDAC 2060548 QH850RA25B HYDAC 0660D010BN3HCV QH660DA12V HYDAC 2060640 QH8300A25B39 HYDAC 10504R03BN QH8700A03B04 HYDAC 2067520 QH660DA12V HYDAC 10608D25BNV QH8300A25V08 HYDAC 1269078 QH8700A03B04 HYDAC 0660D020BNHC QH660DA25B HYDAC 2062268 QH8300A25V08 HYDAC 10508R03BN QH8700A03B08 HYDAC 0660D020BN3HC QH660DA25B HYDAC 10616D25BNV QH8300A25V16 HYDAC 1269081 QH8700A03B08 HYDAC 0660D020BNHC2 QH660DA25B HYDAC 2069632 QH8300A25V16 HYDAC 10504R06BN QH8700A06B04 HYDAC 2055748 QH660DA25B HYDAC 10308R03BN QH8400A01V08 HYDAC 1268492 QH8700A06B04 HYDAC 0660D020BN3HCV QH660DA25V HYDAC 1269055 QH8400A01V08 HYDAC 10508R06BN QH8700A06B08 HYDAC 2067140 QH660DA25V HYDAC 10316R03BN QH8400A03B16 HYDAC 1268110 QH8700A06B08 HYDAC 0660R003BN3HC QH660RA03B HYDAC 1269059 QH8400A03B16 HYDAC 10504R12BN QH8700A12B04 HYDAC 0660R003BNHC QH660RA03B HYDAC 2062232 QH8400A03B16 HYDAC 1269079 QH8700A12B04 HYDAC 0660R003BNHC2 QH660RA03B HYDAC 10326R03BN QH8400A03B26 HYDAC 10508R12BN QH8700A12B08 HYDAC 1269082 QH8700A12B08 HYDAC 10704D12BNV QH9020A12V04 HYDAC 11104D03BN QH9600A03B04 © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL
  120. 120. Brand OEM P/N QF P/N Brand OEM P/N QF P/N Brand OEM P/N QF P/N PALL HC9400FUP26H QH9400A03B26 PALL HC9600FKZ4H QH9600A01B04 PALL HC9600FDT16Z QH9600A25V16 PALL HC9400FDP39H QH9400A03B39 PALL HC9600FKZ8H QH9600A01B08 PALL HC9600FKT16Z QH9600A25V16 PALL HC9400FKP39H QH9400A03B39 PALL HC9600FKZ13H QH9600A01B13 PALL HC9600FUT16Z QH9600A25V16 PALL HC9400FUP39H QH9400A03B39 PALL HC9600FKZ16H QH9600A01B16 PALL HC9601FKZ4H QH9601A01B04 PALL HC9400FDP13Z QH9400A03V13 PALL HC9600FKZ4Z QH9600A01V04 PALL HC9601FKZ8H QH9601A01B08 PALL HC9400FKP13Z QH9400A03V13 PALL HC9600FKZ8Z QH9600A01V08 PALL HC9601FKZ13H QH9601A01B13 PALL HC9400FUP13Z QH9400A03V13 PALL HC9600FKZ13Z QH9600A01V13 PALL HC9601FKZ16H QH9601A01B16 PALL HC9400FDP26Z QH9400A03V26 PALL HC9600FKZ16Z QH9600A01V16 PALL HC9601FKZ4Z QH9601A01V04 PALL HC9400FKP26Z QH9400A03V26 PALL HC9600FDP4H QH9600A03B04 PALL HC9601FKZ8Z QH9601A01V08 PALL HC9400FUP26Z QH9400A03V26 PALL HC9600FKP4H QH9600A03B04 PALL HC9601FKZ13Z QH9601A01V13 PALL HC9400FDP39Z QH9400A03V39 PALL HC9600FUP4H QH9600A03B04 PALL HC9601FKZ16Z QH9601A01V16 PALL HC9400FKP39Z QH9400A03V39 PALL HC9600FDP8H QH9600A03B08 PALL HC9601FDP4H QH9601A03B04 PALL HC9400FUP39Z QH9400A03V39 PALL HC9600FKP8H QH9600A03B08 PALL HC9601FKP4H QH9601A03B04 PALL HC9400FDN13H QH9400A06B13 PALL HC9600FUP8H QH9600A03B08 PALL HC9601FUP4H QH9601A03B04 PALL HC9400FKN13H QH9400A06B13 PALL HC9600FDP13H QH9600A03B13 PALL HC9601FDP8H QH9601A03B08 PALL HC9400FUN13H QH9400A06B13 PALL HC9600FKP13H QH9600A03B13 PALL HC9601FKP8H QH9601A03B08 PALL HC9400FDN26H QH9400A06B26 PALL HC9600FUP13H QH9600A03B13 PALL HC9601FUP8H QH9601A03B08 PALL HC9400FKN26H QH9400A06B26 PALL HC9600FDP16H QH9600A03B16 PALL HC9601FDP13H QH9601A03B13 PALL HC9400FUN26H QH9400A06B26 PALL HC9600FKP16H QH9600A03B16 PALL HC9601FKP13H QH9601A03B13 PALL HC9400FDN39H QH9400A06B39 PALL HC9600FUP16H QH9600A03B16 PALL HC9601FUP13H QH9601A03B13 PALL HC9400FKN39H QH9400A06B39 PALL HC9600FDP4Z QH9600A03V04 PALL HC9601FDP16H QH9601A03B16 PALL HC9400FUN39H QH9400A06B39 PALL HC9600FKP4Z QH9600A03V04 PALL HC9601FKP16H QH9601A03B16 PALL HC9400FDN13Z QH9400A06V13 PALL HC9600FUP4Z QH9600A03V04 PALL HC9601FUP16H QH9601A03B16 PALL HC9400FKN13Z QH9400A06V13 PALL HC9600FDP8Z QH9600A03V08 PALL HC9601FDP4Z QH9601A03V04 PALL HC9400FUN13Z QH9400A06V13 PALL HC9600FKP8Z QH9600A03V08 PALL HC9601FKP4Z QH9601A03V04 PALL HC9400FDN26Z QH9400A06V26 PALL HC9600FUP8Z QH9600A03V08 PALL HC9601FUP4Z QH9601A03V04 PALL HC9400FKN26Z QH9400A06V26 PALL HC9600FDP13Z QH9600A03V13 PALL HC9601FDP8Z QH9601A03V08 PALL HC9400FUN26Z QH9400A06V26 PALL HC9600FKP13Z QH9600A03V13 PALL HC9601FKP8Z QH9601A03V08 PALL HC9400FDN39Z QH9400A06V39 PALL HC9600FUP13Z QH9600A03V13 PALL HC9601FUP8Z QH9601A03V08 PALL HC9400FKN39Z QH9400A06V39 PALL HC9600FDP16Z QH9600A03V16 PALL HC9601FUP11YGE QH9601A03V11 PALL HC9400FUN39Z QH9400A06V39 PALL HC9600FKP16Z QH9600A03V16 PALL HC9601FUP11ZYGE QH9601A03V11 PALL HC9400FDS13H QH9400A12B13 PALL HC9600FUP16Z QH9600A03V16 PALL HC9601FDP13Z QH9601A03V13 PALL HC9400FKS13H QH9400A12B13 PALL HC9600FDN4H QH9600A06B04 PALL HC9601FKP13Z QH9601A03V13 PALL HC9400FUS13H QH9400A12B13 PALL HC9600FKN4H QH9600A06B04 PALL HC9601FUP13Z QH9601A03V13 PALL HC9400FDS26H QH9400A12B26 PALL HC9600FUN4H QH9600A06B04 PALL HC9601FDP16Z QH9601A03V16 PALL HC9400FKS26H QH9400A12B26 PALL HC9600FDN8H QH9600A06B08 PALL HC9601FKP16Z QH9601A03V16 PALL HC9400FUS26H QH9400A12B26 PALL HC9600FKN8H QH9600A06B08 PALL HC9601FUP16Z QH9601A03V16 PALL HC9400FDS39H QH9400A12B39 PALL HC9600FUN8H QH9600A06B08 PALL HC9601FDS4H QH9601A12B04 PALL HC9400FKS39H QH9400A12B39 PALL HC9600FDN13H QH9600A06B13 PALL HC9601FKS4H QH9601A12B04 PALL HC9400FUS39H QH9400A12B39 PALL HC9600FKN13H QH9600A06B13 PALL HC9601FDS8H QH9601A12B08 © QUALITY FILTRATION 2010 CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL
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