Fuel filters detain pollution contained in gasoline or diesel fuel, and even are used in LPG systems, effectively protecting high-precision elements of the fuel system of internal combustion engines from rapid deterioration. Dust, rust from the inner walls of tanks, water, as well as microorganisms living in it, can cause rapid wear of injectors, pumps or valves of pressure regulators available in modern engines.
The task of “Wulsgen” air filters is to trap such solid particles as mineral dust, soot and organic residues suspended in the air, sucked by the engine. Due to the progress in the design of filters and the filter materials used, the air filters currently produced achieve a pollution filtration efficiency of 99.9% for particles of a few microns in size.
The interior filter protects the evaporative coil of your air conditioning system. In addition, it prevents the ingress of dust, pollen, exhaust, tar and other harmful particles into the vehicle through ventilation and ventilation pipes. This will also significantly improve the comfort and safety of passengers. “Wulsgen filter” uses multi-layer synthetic media capable of reflecting moisture and trapping harmful particles up to 0.3 microns.
For additional filtration requirements, cabin air filters with activated carbon contain harmful exhaust fumes, dirt and dust, as well as high concentrations of ozone and unpleasant smells outside the cabin. Filters use nonwoven materials that are natural and free from chemical impregnation and odors. Currently, there are two types of interior filters:
• Pollen filters: for effective protection against dust, pollen, soot and other dirt particles
• Active carbon filters: for additional protection against unpleasant odors, odors and harmful gases.