Freightliner M2 2001, Channel Flow Air Filter Element by Baldwin Filters®.
The key to the Channel Flow filters is the element. Channel Flow media is formed by layering alternating rows of flat sheets and corrugated media. When completed, the media resembles a honeycomb network of channels. Elements can be formed in either a round or racetrack design. Alternating channels are sealed with a bead of adhesive as the media pack is formed. Air enters an open channel on the inlet side and flows through the media and exits through an adjacent open channel. Contaminants remain trapped within the channels and won't dislodge during servicing.
Baldwin Filters patent pending Channel Flow air filters provide superior filtration solutions in a lightweight, compact design for easy installation in less space. This straight-through air flow technology not only allows for less installation space, but also offers manufacturers flexibility in design configuration.
If you’re looking for quality filters to protect your engine and prolong its life, Baldwin Filters® is a brand you can count on. From humble beginnings with just about a dozen of employees to a globally renowned company with distributions all over the world, Baldwin has thrived and prospered since its foundation. The history of the company goes back to 1936, when J.A. Baldwin realized the importance of improving mobile filtration and started producing his cartridge lube filters in Wisconsin. In 1953, the company moved to a larger facility in Kearney, Nebraska to be able to complete big orders. Now, Baldwin offers a wide range of superior filters, including lube, air, fuel, and coolant filters, as well many other related products. Baldwin uses the latest technology such as 3-D CAD modeling and stereo lithographic prototyping, while making their products, to be sure they’re second to none in performance and quality. Go with Baldwin to help your engine breathe better!