NTZ Micro Filtration Supplying Bypass Filters to John Deere

Noria news wires
Tags: oil filters, contamination control

In its effort to continue reducing customer operating costs, John Deere Construction & Forestry Division’s Service Group has sourced NTZ Micro Filtration as a bypass filter supplier. The announcement was made by Pierre Nieuwland, president and CEO of NTZ Micro Filtration.

NTZ’s products improve fluid cleanliness, bringing the benefits of extended equipment life, improved shifting, performance and durability. This leads to less downtime and lower operating costs for the customer.

NTZ is a recognized original equipment filtration supplier, bringing the same technology, innovation and quality-tested products to meet aftermarket demands.

“We are proud to be supplying our micro bypass filters to John Deere for use on their articulated dump trucks. The addition of NTZ filters will ensure the equipment is operating with the cleanest fluid possible to maintain the equipment uptime,” stated Nieuwland.

Model-specific transmission kits, including step-by-step instructions, fittings and fully tested hoses, are now available.

Many heavy-equipment manufacturers are recognizing the need for finer filtration to meet or exceed the cleanliness standards that advanced transmission, engine, hydraulics and fuel systems of the 21st century now require. The high-efficient NTZ filter product line can be utilized in all these applications and is available in a range of sizes to fit even the tightest package space.

For more than 35 years, NTZ has been a respected manufacturer of high-efficiency micro filtration products for vehicles, heavy-truck, industrial, marine, off-road, construction and mobile markets. NTZ's patented products and proprietary filter media are widely known for their unsurpassed efficiency ratings and are used by major OEMs in the newest advanced dual clutch transmission (DCT) systems.

NTZ’s North American Headquarters is located in the Detroit suburb of Wixom, Mich., with manufacturing in Oscoda, Mich. The European parent headquarters is in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.


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