MINNEAPOLIS, MN — JULY 18, 2012 — Donaldson Company, Inc. (NYSE: DCI), a global manufacturer of filtration systems and parts, will showcase its dry synthetic media engine intake filters for general aviation aircraft at EAA AirVenture 2012, July 23-29, at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, WI.
Technical experts will be available to discuss products and answer questions throughout the show at the company exhibit, Booth 1110, Aisle C, in Exhibit Hangar A. To schedule a meeting, email Scott Petersen, Donaldson Account Executive, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1-866-323-0394.
“Donaldson understands the needs of general aviation aircraft and offers the world’s most effective and economical engine filters for the most popular private airplanes flying today,” said Sheila Peyraud, worldwide general manager, Donaldson Aerospace & Defense. “Synthetic dry media filters provide consistently superior engine protection with at least a 98.5 percent efficiency rate, a key factor in controlling operational costs.”
Effective, reliable filtration is critical to aviation, since even a tablespoon of abrasive dirt passing through a worn or inefficient air filter into engine cylinders can cause enough damage to require an overhaul. Donaldson filters are available for more than 75 models by Cessna, Hawker Beechcraft, Mooney, Piper and others. They are the factory-specified filters and do not require STCs. Filter life is up to 500 flight hours or three years, with easy installation and maintenance, and they can be cleaned up to five times before replacement.
Dry filters contain tightly woven, pleated media with evenly distributed fibers for maximum efficiency. They do not utilize oil coatings to trap particulates and other contaminants and they allow free airflow into engine intakes. Laboratory tests using scanning electron microscope images prove Donaldson filters enable more efficient intake airflow than other designs and may increase available engine power for many general aviation aircraft.
In addition to displaying filter technology at AirVenture, Donaldson is available to provide expert advice on filter installation, maintenance and cleaning to maximize engine performance and enhance flight safety.
About Donaldson's Aerospace & Defense Group
Donaldson's Aerospace & Defense group is a leading worldwide provider of filtration systems for the aerospace and defense industry. Our filtration solutions protect fixed wing aircraft, rotorcraft, military ground vehicles, electronic equipment, space vehicles, missiles, military shipboard systems and amphibious vehicles. We are committed to advancing filtration technology, providing quality products and prompt customer service. Our group serves customers from sales, engineering and manufacturing locations around the world.
About Donaldson Company
Donaldson is a leading worldwide provider of filtration systems that improve people’s lives, enhance our Customers’ equipment performance, and protect our environment. We are a technology-driven Company committed to satisfying our Customers’ needs for filtration solutions through innovative research and development, application expertise, and global presence. Our approximately 13,300 employees contribute to the Company’s success by supporting our Customers at our more than 100 sales, manufacturing, and distribution locations around the world.
Donaldson is a member of the S&P MidCap 400 and Russell 1000 indices, and our shares trade on the NYSE under the symbol DCI. Additional information is available at www.donaldson.com.
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