Eaton’s new spin-on filters

Designed to protect pumps, valves, compressors, and hydraulic systems

Eaton’s Filtration Division launched a line of WPL spin-on filters designed to protect pumps, valves, compressors, and hydraulic systems from contamination as per ISO 2941, ISO 3723, and ISO 2942 standards.

The company said the filters are designed to provide one of the highest cleanliness levels for hydraulic systems, incorporating cartridges that are engineered to fit into many leading filter systems on the market. They are designed for power generation, oil and gas, construction, forestry, mining, and material handling markets.

Eaton Filtration Systems said its WPL spin-on filters are designed to provide superior cleanliness levels for hydraulic systems. (Image: Eaton)

Eaton’s WPL spin-on filters consist of a head mounted directly in-line with the piping and a cartridge containing a WP filter element. The cartridge seals to the head to prevent leakage. Spin-on filters can be replaced without special equipment or tooling, and do not require emptying or cleaning. Operators can choose between five element sizes based on their service-life requirements. Each option is offered with fiberglass or paper as the filter material and provide a filter fineness of 10 µm.

Eaton’s WPL spin-on filters provide the following characteristics:

Compatible with a variety of mediums such as oils, fuels, emulsions, glycol water and synthetic fluids

Flow rates: up to 48 GMP (180 l/min)

Operating pressure: 145 psi (10 bar)

Operating temperatures: 14 to 230°F (-10 to 110°C)

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