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Proven Protection and Savings.

To serve customers dependably, transit fleets need engines that run reliably over extended intervals. That’s why they turn to Spinner II oil-cleaning centrifuges. It’s the most widely used bypass oil filtration device in the world – and it’s been used by virtually every major transit fleet in North America.

A Spinner II centrifuge does what a filter alone can’t: it cleans oil down to the sub-micron level and it literally removes soot and other contaminants from the oil stream. In the process, it preserves additive effectiveness and prolongs full-flow filter life.

The result is a level of oil purity that lets you extend oil service intervals and protects engines against wear better and more consistently than ever before. So you keep buses on the road longer and maximize long-term service life.



How Buses Run Longer and Last Longer

  • Safely extend your oil drain intervals
  • Save on oil and full-flow filters
  • Increase in-service time
  • Extend the life of engines and turbochargers
  • Increase time between overhauls
  • Reduce your operating costs
  • Superior Oil Cleaning

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For all your heavy-duty engines

The Spinner II oil-cleaning centrifuge is a high-efficiency bypass filtration unit for diesel and CNG engines. It’s used in addition to your full-flow oil filter to keep oil cleaner, make oil and filters last longer, and protect engines better.
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Simply effective: here’s how it works

A Spinner II centrifuge is a highly efficient, self-contained, oil-cleaning unit for bypass filtration. Powered only by engine oil pressure, It operates at speeds in excess of 6,000 rpm, generating a force more than 2,000 times greater than gravity. This force extracts solid contaminants from the fluid stream and deposits them on the inner wall of the cleanable rotor as a dense, solid cake.

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Low maintenance

Maintaining your centrifuge is easy and consists of periodically removing the debris captured by the centrifuge. For disposable-rotor models, simply replace the rotor. For cleanable models, just empty the debris from the rotor.

Service intervals vary by individual operating conditions. But the large debris-holding capacity of Spinner II rotors means they typically remain in service several times longer than ordinary media full-flow filters.