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caracheo
8th-October-2010, 06:49 PM
aver raza vamos viendo para qwe sirven los filtros esto es para los qwe les gusta el mantenimiento de sus motores

Superior Filtration Leads to Reduced Costs, Extended Equipment Life

Product Tested: Ea Synthetic Nanofiber Oil Filters (EaO) (http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/eao.aspx)


http://www.amsoil.com/products/images/thumbs/eao.jpg (http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/eao.aspx)Overview

A great deal of emphasis is placed on the importance of using of the most advanced high-quality lubricants, but superior filtration is often taken for granted. The general attitude displayed by many consumers is to use whatever is cheapest, even when they’ve invested in superior lubrication. While AMSOIL synthetic motor oils provide unbeatable protection, performance and economy, they require the assistance of filtration. Without filtration, by-products from the combustion process and abrasive materials ingested from the air will ultimately destroy an engine.

Some Contaminants Cause More Damage

The level of damage particles cause to an engine is directly related to the size of the particles. The oil stream within the engine flows between wear-sensitive surfaces that usually have clearances between 2 and 22 microns. It is contaminants in this size range that pose the greatest threat as they can slip between moving components, causing a great deal of wear.
To appreciate how small these particles are, one must first understand the measurements involved in their classification.
A micron, or micrometer (µ), is a very small unit of linear measurement. One micron is equal to one millionth of a meter, and 25 microns is equal to 0.001 inch. To better put this in perspective, consider that the diameter of a human hair is 50 - 70 microns.
Large particles are particles measuring 1/2” or larger. They pose little threat to engines because they are easily removed by the air filter.
Medium particles are particles measuring 25µ to 1/2”. While they are of greater concern than large particles because they are more difficult to remove, the threat they pose is diminished since they are still larger than many of the clearances within an engine. Their size will not allow them to enter the contact areas between many components to promote accelerated wear.
Small particles are particles measuring between 5 and 25µ. Small particles are of greatest concern because they can penetrate the clearances between wear-sensitive components and promote accelerated wear. And, because they are so small, they are difficult to remove from the oil stream.

SAE Testing

In the 1988 Correlating Lube Oil Filtration Efficiencies With Engine Wear technical paper published by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the relationship between filtration levels and abrasive engine wear was established. Testing determined that wear was reduced by as much as 70 percent by switching from a 40µ filter to a 15µ filter.
The SAE conducted tests on a heavy-duty diesel engine and an automotive gasoline engine, and both provided consistent results.

New Technology Provides New Options

The SAE paper on filtration discusses the introduction of synthetic fibers into the oil filter market, which offer “the capability of achieving high levels of filtration without the traditional sacrifice of dirt holding capacity and increased flow restriction.” Today, a new pinnacle has been reached with synthetic nanofiber technology and AMSOIL Ea Oil Filters. While today’s filters offer even greater performance, the message then was the same as it is now; removal of particles measuring 2 to 25µ is the key to controlling engine wear, and there is a direct correlation between oil filter efficiency and engine wear.

Test Results

To establish a relationship between levels of filtration and engine wear rates, the SAE used a variety of oil filter types in its tests. Three glass filters and one traditional cellulose-media filter were used in the diesel tests, while one cellulose, one glass and two glass/cellulose-blend filters were used in the gasoline engine tests. The micron rating of each oil filter was determined, and testing was conducted according to SAE guidelines.
The Filter Particle Retention Curves chart on the next page shows the particle retention for each filter tested. The filters were tested at their 98 percent efficiency point and their single pass efficiency curves were determined by comparing the number of particles upstream from the filter with the number of particles downstream. The Engine Wear Rates charts demonstrate the correlation between superior filtration and reduced engine wear. The filters that provided superior efficiency also provided superior engine protection.

Conclusions

The SAE paper summarizes the test results with the following conclusions:
"Abrasive engine wear can be substantially reduced with an increase in filter single pass efficiency. Compared to a 40µ filter, engine wear was reduced by 50% with 30µ filtration. Likewise, wear was reduced by 70% with 15µ filtration."
"Controlling the abrasive contaminants in the range of 2 to 22µ in the lube oil is necessary for controlling engine wear."
"The micron rating of a filter, as established in a single pass efficiency type test, does an excellent job in indicating the filter’s ability to remove abrasive particles in the engine lube oil system."

Today’s Most Advanced Filtration Product

Ea Oil Filters have been evaluated using today’s benchmark test, the ISO 4548-12 multi-pass test. AMSOIL Ea Oil Filters provide 98.7 percent efficiency at 15µ and up to 70 percent efficiency at 7µ. Competitive filters range from approximately 85 to 92 percent efficiency at 15µ. When it comes to removing contaminants in the most critical size range (2 to 22µ), AMSOIL Ea Filters greatly outperform competitive filters.

Summary

Even with all of the advances in lubrication and engine technology, filtration is as important today as it ever was. The combustion process produces by-products that slip into the oil stream, and external contaminants are introduced into the engine in a variety of ways. The challenge for filter manufacturers is balancing flow, efficiency and filter life. In order to stop particles in the 2 to 22µ range, the pores in the cellulose media used in many filters are too small to allow adequate oil flow.
Only AMSOIL Ea Oil and Air Filters feature full-synthetic nanofiber technology. It is the nanofibers that allow Ea Filters to provide greater efficiency than any other filter available. Ea Filters stop more particles, stop smaller particles and last longer than any other oil filter available for auto/light truck applications.

ALONZO
8th-October-2010, 09:18 PM
este es el filtro que remplace al original de can am

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se ve el fieltro mas cerrado, como que limpia mas bien

SALUDOS

caracheo
8th-October-2010, 10:54 PM
qwe tal alonzo y qwe lastim aqwe no los hay para todas las aplicaciones
manana salen tus partes para alla

RaptorGzz
9th-October-2010, 12:46 AM
orale no sabia que habia filtros Amsoil d moto !

caracheo
9th-October-2010, 01:00 AM
orale no sabia que habia filtros Amsoil d moto !
ese raptor tenemos casi de todos lo dfiltros y casi avarcamos todas las marcas de autos y motos ya sea importado o nacional y contamos con los filtros AMSOIL syntheticos, donalson,donalson enduranse synthetico,wix,man son cuatro diferentes marcas las qwe manejamos y es solo estas por qwe son las unicas qwe cumplen con las exigencias de amsoil yy algunos de moto no los manejamos asi como algunos aceites para bmw,vw,ya qwe los agetes no dan a conoser las especificaciones de estos yo tengo un passat y ya tiene 10,000 millas y ya quiero cambiarle el aceite a la transmicion y no lo tenemos y es por qwe es muy especifico grado 75 monogrado increible pero sierto y solo lo hay en un aceite de origen aleman y el original de audi.... como qwe me sali del tema oopppss saludos

vic_off
9th-October-2010, 11:12 AM
el de ranger aca le pongo el fram ph9602 por cual seria en AMSOIL

caracheo
9th-October-2010, 11:19 AM
vic si el ranger es el xp el filtro es el eaom103 y cuesta sobre 255 pesos y es synthetico y dependiendo de su uso poede durar hasta 30 mil kilometros saludos

vic_off
9th-October-2010, 11:21 AM
ufff un buen de kilometros pero tambien se tiene que cambiar junto con el cambio de aceite

el ranger es 500 modelo 2005 sera xp

gracias por la respuesta un 1000 te sacas con tus aportes

caracheo
9th-October-2010, 11:29 AM
ese rander lleva el mismo filtro eaom103
de pende de el uso del vehiculo y depende de el filtro de aire qwe tengas y como lo traigas saludos

pancho
9th-October-2010, 11:39 AM
ese rander lleva el mismo filtro eaom103
de pende de el uso del vehiculo y depende de el filtro de aire qwe tengas y como lo traigas saludos

eso es todo mi caracheo tu siempre aportando exelentes ideas todo para beneficio de los qh saludos

Galegor
10th-October-2010, 02:57 PM
Aunado a un excelente aceite, debe de ir un excelente filtro para evitar suciedad y basura en el motor, que puede acortar la vida del mismo.

Gracias por compartir la información.