New Sensors Monitor a Variety of Air, Fuel, DPF Filters

January 2008, - Feature

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Filter Minder said its new variable output pressure sensors are capable of monitoring various filters, and give an output proportional to filter restriction.
They are capable of monitoring vacuum, pressure and differential pressures.
The sensors can monitor air and fuel filters, as well as new emission-related crankcase ventilation and diesel particulate filters.
The sensors are designed with the electronics protected from the media being monitored, and can be used on severe-duty applications without harm to the sensor.
The sensors can be used to monitor filter restriction, which allows planning of filter maintenance. The ability to plan maintenance schedules reduces downtime. They can also be used to troubleshoot low power complaints. The Filter Minder sensors will maximize filter service life, and reduce operating costs.
For more information, contact Engineered Products Co. at (319) 234-0231, Ext. 11 or

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