Dieselcraft Oil Centrifuges remove 99% of the engine killing soot down to the 2-micron range and smaller.
The centrifuge is energized by engine oil pressure. The greater the oil pressure the higher the rotor RMP and the greater the “G” force the oil is exposed to remove the soot. Unlike a filter a centrifuge remove soot form the oil stream where a filter only hold it in the stream until it is plugs and flow is restricted.
The CAT 3500 Centrifuge Package will accept either the Model 250 or 500 centrifuges.
Model 250 Cleans at a rate of 2.5 gallons per minute and the Model 500 clean at a rate of 5 gallons per minute. Depending on engine location and maintenance schedule the larger of the two may be to your advantage. Model 500 hold twice the amount of soot over the 250.
Packages include the CAT direct fit mount, Model 250 or 500 centrifuges, spare rotor and ball valve with mounting hardware.
Changeover is made simple: Close the ball valve, remove the cover, slide the rotor off the spindle, drop in extra rotor, install the cover and open the valve. Then when time allows send the dirty rotor to the cleaner to have the soot scraped out and made ready for the next change over.