Cummins filtration unveils next-gen LF14000NN

Sept. 14, 2016

Cummins Filtration today announced it has further refined its Fleetguard LF14000NN combination lube filter for the arrival of newer engine platforms including Cummins X15 engines, introduced in August.

The new Fleetguard LF14000NN uses a state-of-the-art co-bonding lamination process that pairs NanoNet and StrataPore media together to create a single filter element.

“This breakthrough manufacturing technology maximizes the media area within the filter for optimum capacity and service life,” said Roma Fatima, lube product line manager, Cummins Filtration. “This eliminates the need for separate media sections without losing the combination performance of the different media grades.”

The new Fleetguard LF14000NN further reduces flow restriction, allowing the latest generation of diesel engines to operate more efficiently with less parasitic power loss, which can lead to better fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions. Depending on the quality of oil used, the LF14000NN is capable of longer service intervals which help fleets lower their operating costs on replacement filters over the course of an engine’s life. The NanoNet media structure is engineered to deliver a balance of efficiency, capacity, and restriction for optimal engine performance and protection.

Earlier this year, the American Filtration & Separation Society (AFS) presented Cummins Filtration with its 2015 New Product of the Year Award for the Fleetguard LF14000NN at its conference in Houston TX.

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