Hydraulic element filters are filters used in hydraulic systems to remove contaminants and impurities from the hydraulic fluid.
They are typically installed in-line in the hydraulic system, and work by straining the fluid through a filter element that captures particles, debris, and other contaminants.
The filter element is usually made of a material such as paper, felt, or mesh, and is designed to provide a high degree of filtration efficiency.
Hydraulic element filters are crucial for maintaining the health and performance of hydraulic systems by preventing contamination from entering sensitive components, reducing wear and tear, and extending the life of the system.
They are commonly used in industrial, mobile, and marine applications where the hydraulic system is subject to harsh environments and conditions.