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This system uses a centrifugal canister, inside which the air circulates due to the small fins on the air filter. This in turn drops any larger dirt clods, pebbles, and grains of sand along the bottom before the air is sucked in through a central-mounted paper filter. in fact, UMP studies have shown this swirling airflow removes up to 85 percent of the dust and particles in the air stream, including the fine dust. UMP's high-quality paper-element filters are designed to be 99.9 percent effi cient at dust retention, which the company feels no cleanable filter can match.