Clean 'shocks'

Published: Tuesday 31 October 1995

FOR vehicle owners using diesel for fuel, clogged air filters Is nothing new. In most cases, they needed to be replaced. However, they can now look forward to a now device which will not only recycle air filters of trucks and buses but also decrease fuel consumption, by means of an explosion technology, Developed by Seditec, an Israelbased company, the Filter Impulse Cleaning System, costing us S75,000, removes accumulated dust 1 IN filters with a carefully appliOt sharp shock, lengthening its 0 6 times.

The new process involves am 4 sion produced by the burning of a ture of air and gas to create a amplitude shock wave. The is then applied on the filter surface formly to remove the dirt particles keeping the filters intact. The subsequently sucked away by a um. Placing one filter at a the Seditec machine, it takes 4 minutes complete the cleaning process.

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