Oil and Cabin Air Filter Myths - UnderhoodService

Oil and Cabin Air Filter Myths

Sponsored By FRAM

Date: June 25, 2020

There are many myths when it comes to filters. Some think filtration is only about the number of pleats and surface area, while others think it is all about the construction. In this 30-minute training webinar, you’ll learn what makes a great oil and cabin air filter that is a balance between efficiency and capacity.

 

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