Today’s engines must breathe easily and ingest virtually no contamination to comply with strict emissions standards that protect our environment. H&V’s engine intake media sets the pace for the world’s leading filter manufacturers by offering low restriction and exceptional dust-holding capacity to safeguard the air we breathe.
- Our patented NanoWeb® media offers 300% higher soot-capture efficiency and low filter restriction. Flame retardant NANOWEB makes it easier to design the innovative filter geometries that new engine technologies require.
The filters in today’s engine intake systems must meet a growing list of demanding applications. H&V’s engine filter media are used in on-road truck and off-road vehicles as either primary or safety air intake media. Whether your application is in construction, agriculture, mining, or transportation, H&V engine filter media are always your best option:
- Consistent roll-to-roll and lot-to-lot processing allows easier pleater set-ups and optimized processing
- Pre-cured acrylic or phenolic resin system designs do not require curing ovens, enabling smaller filter processing line footprints and saving energy
- Market-leading corrugation capabilities (> 20 mils) offer superior dust-holding capacity for lower-cost, higher-service interval filter designs
- Durable flame retardants (FR) meet the newest OEM requirements for water and heat durability, and are available for both pre-cured and curing acrylic and phenolic resin systems
Our worldwide technology and marketing experts understand the complexity of your filter needs and can fulfill your most exacting requirements. With mills in the U.S., Mexico, Germany, U.K., and China, H&V provides globally consistent products and short supply-chain lead times.
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Q) Do I always need to cure H&V Heavy Duty Air filter media?
A) No, not always – it depends on the resin and processing done by H&V. If your media uses acrylic based resins and is identified as “Low energy”, then the media is already cured sufficiently for the application it was designed for. Alternatively, if your media uses phenolic resins and is off white / brown in color, then some curing is required. Please contact your account manager for more information.
Q) Can I heat or steam H&V Heavy Duty Air media for better processing?
A) To better optimize processing acrylic based resin media, some companies do add process warming either through hot plates, IR heaters, or ovens. Done properly, this does not harm the media.
Q) What is a Wire Side mark?
A) A wire side mark is a line that H&V puts on the downstream side of the media to indicate which side should be oriented to the ‘clean’ or downstream side of the air flow. The wire mark color and spacing is specific to an individual grade, but standard spacing is on 2 inch centers, and standard colors for the line mark are either black or blue ink.
Q) What is the usual test standard used to evaluate heavy Duty Air filter media?
A) ISO 5011 is a globally accepted test standard for either flat sheet or element evaluation of automotive or heavy duty air filter media or filters.
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Engine Intake Grades
Grade Description Basis Weight
FA6405LW OE HD Air 99% Initial Eff. 68 13 0.026 0.016 FA2209 Cured Light Duty Truck 80 35 0.030 0.018 1822 VH255 HD-High Performance Phenolic 73 20 0.019 0.011 FA7195 HD-Pleated Safety Media and Auto Air 74 70 0.028 0.011 FA7077E Auto-Aftermarket 70 85 0.022 Plain 1833 VH255 Auto-High Performance Phenolic 77 29 0.020 0.011 930/20 VH134 Auto-Acrylic – No cure required 78 110 0.023 0.011 FA50198SRC Auto OE Cured, Smolder Resistant 82 50 0.032 0.011 1837/22 VH255 Auto-High Performance Phenolic 85 60 0.025 Plain FA50303 Auto-OE Air Curing 93 70 0.026 Plain