High temperature resistant and carbonized filter paper with composite fiber is used to make the filter effect efficient. The high-strength steel shell with one stretch leakage proof is suitable for static pressure blasting test. The interface thread of the Filton oil filter adopts hydraulic tapping, with clear texture, high thread strength, and a clean and smooth thread mouth. Filton oil filter uses heat curing plastic sol seal which has good airtightness to prevent oil overflow.
Check valve to prevent oil backflow
Ensure that the engine is lubricated for the first time
|Poor quality oil filter without check valve|
2. The opening pressure of bypass valve can provide cold start protection for engine according to OE standard
|2. The bypass valve does not set the opening pressure. When the engine is running, the oil directly passes through the bypass valve without filtration, causing engine wear|
3. Phenolic resin anti carbonization filter paper, uniform pore size distribution, high stiffness, burst resistance, strong weather resistance, etc
The paper folding is evenly distributed, the filtering area is maximized and the service life is longer
3. Starch paper is easy to deform and carbonize. When it is serious, the debris will enter the oil passage and cause blockage, so that the engine can not work normally
|4. 0.6 mm high strength cold rolled steel plate, one-time tensile shell, conforming to static pressure burst test||4. Use scrap steel plate or ultra-thin stamping shell|
Can I change oil without changing the filter? Yes, you can, but it's not usually really a good idea. This oil doesn't drain due to the anti-drain-back valve on the filter. If you don't change your filter, this old, dirty oil will become mixed with your fresh oil.
Oil filters trap dirt, sludge, metal particles, and other impurities in your motor oil. That's to keep the oil as clean and pure as possible, which allows it to do its best job of lubricating the inner parts of your engine. Without a good filter, the gunk could damage internal engine parts, raise engine operating temperatures through increased friction and shorten the life of your engine.
Most people change their oil according to their vehicle's manufacturer recommendations, found in the owner's manual. That can be 5,000 miles, 7,500 miles, or some other number. You'll find people who are fanatics about changing their oil every 3,000 miles — to make sure it's the cleanest, purest, and best it can be.
But a lot of owners and mechanics —many of them the same people who would never go past 3,000 miles per oil change — also would never dream of doing an oil change without also changing the filter. Their reasoning: Why pass brand-new, clean oil through a filter that's already carrying gunk from the old, dirty oil?
Symptoms of a Clogged Oil Filter: Poor Performance; Poor performance can be any number of things and a clogged oil filter is one of them. Engine Sputters. Audible Metallic Noise. Low Oil Pressure. Exhaust that is dirty.
Unfortunately, you can do damage by overtightening, too. If you over-tighten the drain plug, you can strip the threads. And while it's harder to do, you can damage the rubber gasket a top the oil filter if you really overtighten it.
Every reputable oil filter is designed to seal for tens of thousands of miles with no more than a good hand-tightening. You don't need a wrench unless you have one of those deeply recessed filters with no space around it for your hands. ... Then use the wrench to tighten a half-turn more.
An old question is whether we should pre-fill the new oil filter before installing it. Answer: Pre-filing makes the process easier if you have a large, heavy-duct truck, but if just a small light car, it is not necessary.
Yes, it's perfectly safe to use either type of filter with either type of oil. However, if you practice extended drain intervals using synthetic oil, a conventional oil filter may not offer the required service life, meaning you'll have to change it in the middle of the oil drain interval, which is inconvenient.