Air cleaner

An air cleaner is one component of the intake system.
The air cleaner removes dust and dirt from intake air and reduces the noise generated during air intake.
Dust and dirt in the intake air contain components that are harmful to engines, such as silica sand, alumina, and carbon cement.
If sucked into the engine, these contaminants could damage cylinders or pistons and contaminate the engine oil, in turn causing lubricated parts to wear more quickly.
To ensure optimal engine performance, it is necessary for an air cleaner to have good air cleaning efficiency and air permeability, capable of being used for a long time, and capable of being maintained easily. Although various types of air cleaners are currently used, these types are categorized as dry types, wet types (oil bath), and semi-wet types.

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