What if you put a filter between this and the helmet? It would never get clogged and you'd be assured to get incredibly "clean air"
99.4% in a controlled testing environment using a specific dust coarseness. There shouldn't be any downside to putting a filter on it and If commercial applications determine there's a benefit to running a filter after a centrifuge I'd be surprised if there wasn't also a benefit here.It is 99.4% efficient, so why would you put a filter on it? No need. More dust comes through your shield seal and under your skirt than that. Run 'er.
I was wondering how the air filter worked on the Trophylite at Parker?
So glad someone in the world gives a honest review! Normally it would have been....."It worked amazing!" lolWith everything else we had to do to the truck we didn’t have time to put it on. Wouldn’t have mattered though, Parker had basically zero dust.
We ran good, got up to 3rd place then the pinion decided to leave the third member just after pit 2 on the 3rd lap. Urgh!
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Where do most guys put the intake? How would this be different than a traditional parker pumper? Seems that they would be the same.So what happens to the centrifuge fan when the front tire kicks up, or the vehicle in front of you roosts massive quantities of fine to medium sand directly into the intake of the particle separator? Does all this sand then pass through (or need to pass through) the centrifuge fan to fully and completely exit the unit?