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Maradyne Filtration Systems Unveils Their New High Tech Test Lab


Turbo Filtration recently unveiled  a state-of-the-art air filtration test lab in Cleveland, Ohio. The lab offers a number of innovative features and represents the latest in test methods and protocols, enabling our engineers to design products that meet – and exceed – the rigorous demands of industry.  

The lab is configured to test precleaners, air filter elements and complete air filter systems with air flows up to 1500 cfm used in off-highway, construction and military markets. All measurements are in strict accordance with ISO 5011 test standards and protocols, as well as military specs. We also test to validate designs and identify each product’s true capabilities.

In addition the lab’s precision controls enable Maradyne to ensure stable and repeatable results across a wide variety of simulated air intake systems. With multiple test legs, the lab can be used for internal development work and offered to OEMs and other customers to assist in development and/or validation of their own components and total system performance for vehicles or applications.

Today, with solid modeling, rapid prototyping and in-house laboratory capabilities, Maradyne can come to market much quicker with new products, such as the all-new turbo 390, molded in-house out of high strength, impact resistant, glass reinforced nylon, especially suited for the demands of OEMs and end users in construction and heavy industry.

We’ll soon be providing a short video online, where you can get an inside look at our testing lab in Cleveland. Hear Tracy Long, turbo’s Director of Business Development, explain how we test our products to the highest filtration standards.   

FOR MORE INFO on Turbo Filtration’s
heavy duty engine air intake filtration systems, and to learn more about the new the turbo III 390 model air filters, please visit TurboPrecleaner.com
Turbo Precleaner – Cleveland, Ohio USA – Phone:  800-537-7444

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