Donaldson and Volant Partner to Develop Replacement Filters for the Automotive Industry

Donaldson and Volant Partner to Develop Replacement Filters for the Automotive Industry

Donaldson Company, a leading, worldwide manufacturer of filtration systems and parts, recently announced that the company has partnered with Volant Cool Air Intakes Inc. to develop replacement filters for the light-duty pick-up and automobile marketplace.

Donaldson Company, a leading, worldwide manufacturer of filtration systems and parts, recently announced that the company has partnered with Volant Cool Air Intakes Inc. to develop replacement filters for the light-duty pick-up and automobile marketplace. Volant will develop filters for all it current Cool Air Intakes, as well as filters to fit all of its competitor’s aftermarket air intake systems using Donaldson’s patented PowerCore filtration technology.

Donaldson’s PowerCore filtration technology includes a compact, high-performance air filtration solution using high-density filtration to reduce system restriction, extend the filter life and reduce overall maintenance costs. The straight-through fluted design of PowerCore combined with Ultra-Web nanofiber technology is five times more efficient than average conventional pleated filters.

Volant has had a tradition of designing and manufacturing high-quality intake systems that are constantly tested and improved upon as vehicle models and ECM systems become more sophisticated. Volant is also at the cutting edge of air intake performance with new designs that make more consistent horsepower and torque for a variety of truck and sport utility vehicle applications.

The "Volant PowerCore" filter will excel in airflow performance, filtration efficiency, dust holding capacity and compact size, and will be backed with the PowerCore no-maintenance, 100,000-mile warranty. The new filter will be available through all major retailers, wholesale distributors and mail order/internet dealers. Learn more at www.volantpowercore.com.

More information the Donaldson PowerCore filtration technology can be found at www.donaldson.com/en/engine or contact Donaldson at (800) 374-1374.

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