The .01 Micron SuperStar Filter includes a differential pressure gauge and comes with mounting brackets.
You may wonder what is the biggest threat to your engine? The answer is tiny – even microscopic – particles. If not properly filtered, these particles can accumulate inside the engine, potentially causing significant damage to its internal components. In time, this disruption can lead to complete engine failure. That’s why when it comes to
Picking out a vehicle is more complex than just finding the right color and number of cupholders. Buyers need to make sure they take capabilities into account, on top of personal preference. A vehicle should meet a buyer’s day-to-day needs, and specs can be the deciding factor between multiple options in the same category. For
Diesel engines have a certain level of differential pressure that needs to be maintained.
Next to wires, the most munched item under the hood are the filters. This video is sponsored by FRAM.
The 234-page catalog lists all filter applications available for markets in the United States, Canada and Mexico by vehicle year, make and model.
The Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is a ceramic filter that has thousands of tiny channels or honeycomb-shaped openings that trap the soot onto the channel walls and prevent the particulate matter (down to 1 micron) from exiting out the tailpipe. The honeycombed inner structure is covered with a layer of a chemical catalyst that contains small amounts of precious metals, usually platinum or palladium.
The EPA has lowered diesel fuel sulfur content from 500 ppm (parts per million) to 15 ppm. This new ultra-low sulfur fuel has been available since October 2006. All 2007 and later diesel engines must comply with the new regulations that require the reduction of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and hydrocarbons (HC) by 50% and particulate