Molded screen insert assemblies

  • 01-May-2015 03:32 EDT
Minnesoate Rubber Filter Screen Offroad.jpg

Molded screen insert assemblies from Minnesota Rubber and Plastics are custom-designed for off-highway applications to filter out fluid contaminants and reduce product failure. Filter screen assemblies can improve the life of transmission and hydraulic systems by catching and easily removing small fluid contaminants before they are able to build up or cause damage to the system. A range of screen options are available in many materials for difficult filtration applications allowing use with different fluids. Filter assembly orifice sizes range from 0.71 to 1.4 mm. Custom designs are available to filter out contaminants of all kinds, and can be engineered for easy removal and replacement. Minnesota Rubber and Plastics provides material-science capabilities developed specifically for fluid filtration applications, including design, mold, and automated assembly facilities.

Share
HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Grade
Rate It
0.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

2016-07-05
Modular Exhaust, a division of GLSV, features custom sizing for three different shapes of mufflers—circular, elongated, and rectangular—as well as custom-shaped non-modular mufflers, which are available upon request.
2016-07-11
In harsh environments, relatively small problems like corrosion in a bearing can stop multi-million dollar vehicles where they stand. SKF and Textron are betting that bearings made with high nitrogen corrosion resistant (HNCR) stainless steel technology can reduce downtime on a military landing craft.
2016-07-05
ZF leverages driver-assistance systems initially employed in the passenger car segment to make off-highway equipment more automated and safer to operate.
2016-07-15
Federal-Mogul will show its new Envirokool piston at the IAA Commercial Vehicles Show in Hanover in September. In the pre-development stage, the piston is designed to withstand higher temperatures by incorporating a sealed-for-life cooling chamber within the piston crown.

Related Items

Technical Paper / Journal Article
1921-01-01
Training / Education
2011-04-12
Technical Paper / Journal Article
1929-01-01
Technical Paper / Journal Article
1918-01-01
Technical Paper / Journal Article
1917-01-01