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Old 09-09-2019, 09:11:46 PM
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Default Re: 18-36 Hart Parr help needed

That’s right, there isn’t any steel wool or anything in it. There’s a bottom in it with a 1/2 inch hole near the side that lets the dirt out.heres a pic of the bottom, the hole is out of view. I think it would filter straw and stones, and other chunky stuff that’s about it.
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Thanks so much, I'm still debating just modifying a more modern one to work on there also, be easier to clean and work better also
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If you could fab a nice looking reproduction you could maybe hide a modern filter inside? Might be too restrictive with 500 cube trying to breathe through it though...
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I think in most cases an authentic one will work fine, if your gonna be around a lot of blowing dirt or gonna stick it in a chopping mill for power, you’d want to rig up something better. The tall intake pipe probably benefits it more than the canister.
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Default Re: 18-36 Hart Parr help needed

This is difficult to explain but here goes:
Near the top inside of the canister there is a stationary horizontal "windmill blade thingy" that imparts a circular air pattern to the incoming air so as to throw off to the side particles in the air which, in theory at least, fall to the bottom of the canister.
The outlet is actually an elbow, the inner part of which aims down and takes up the "cleansed" air from the upper center of the canister.
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Default Re: 18-36 Hart Parr help needed

The same principle that Dyson vacuums use today. Donaldson still makes heavy equipment pre-cleaners with this principle as well.
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Darn it. The patent #s in the Donaldson "Twister Clean Air" pic only point to the earlier Bennett air cleaners issued to Donaldson but the two photos provide more info in an adjacent endless/mindless search on another brand. Thank you David for showing and Dustin for asking!
Answered another question I didn't know/think of so very cool for me.
Anyone ever get a response from Donaldson when asked about their older Twister or Simplex air cleaners? I just emailed them. Too.
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Darn it. The patent #s in the Donaldson "Twister Clean Air" pic only point to the earlier Bennett air cleaners issued to Donaldson but the two photos provide more info in an adjacent endless/mindless search on another brand. Thank you David for showing and Dustin for asking!
Answered another question I didn't know/think of so very cool for me.
Anyone ever get a response from Donaldson when asked about their older Twister or Simplex air cleaners? I just emailed them. Too.
On my 17-28 thread you can see what a 'blessing' it is to have one that the mice made a condo out of. I had to burn mine out, darn near melted the solder in the process. Close the ends on em if you have em layin around in storage is all I can say.
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I sure remember that Russ. Zoiks!
Of course, Donaldson tossed all the old records. The way the fellow wrote, he's sad that Donaldson, a pioneer in air cleaners lost their own history.
Cleaners that we still rely on 90 years later.
One style of a Twister Cleanaire was all the very nice gentleman found in his company archives.
Dustin, not shown to confuse but hopefully augment internals on all of our Twisters. I'm still a little confused how some of them work.
Find the spelling err and win.
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This is all helpful, probably like December or January I might get to trying to replicate something like that
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Dusty, you probably already know what it looks like but would one of you fellows post a fresh pic of the 18-36 air cleaner in place?
David, for me and my Donaldson searches would you post a shot of your whole air cleaner or PM me?
I'm so bloody lost as one of the early small Twin City, Donaldson Twister pre-cleaners seems to be upside down so I'm sponging info off of all you guys to help put it together in my noggin'!
My buddy that's 50 miles away that would scream, pee his pants and do unheard of jumping jacks about the JD UTLX carb on your 18-36 (HEHEHE!) has an oil bath air cleaner on his 18-36 so I ask...
I'll tell him. Someday...
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Here are some I've taken recently
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Here’s a pick of mine...
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