Best Oil Filters

Best Oil Filter Brands to Avoid

There are many reasons why you might want to avoid buying certain brand of oil filter. For example, there are some manufacturers which use inferior materials or even unsafe chemicals in their products. If you have any doubts about such issues, then it would be better if you do not buy these types of filters. There are other reasons too, but let’s get back to our main topic:

If you don’t like the idea of using a particular type of filter, then you may still consider purchasing them. However, you need to be aware that they might not perform well enough for your needs. You should always check whether the manufacturer provides a warranty on their product.

And if so, what kind of coverage does it provide?

Also, you should make sure that the filters will fit your vehicle perfectly before making a purchase decision.

In addition to all these things, there are several factors which could influence your choice of oil filter. These include price, size and shape of the filter housing; and also the type of lubricant that is used in its construction.

Also, there are certain models of oil filters that contain different layers of filter media. You should never buy these if you are not planning to use them immediately. These types of filters need to be stored in a vertical position otherwise the layers can start to settle and become uneven.

NS200 Vs PC1340 Vs PF1929: Which Is The Best Oil Filter?

Three models of oil filters are compared here with the aim of choosing the best one from among them. Let’s first discuss the models themselves before talking about their pros and cons.

The first model is the NS200 which is constructed with synthetic fibers. It can remove contaminants such as dirt, sand and rust. It is an advanced model which does not require any pre-cleaner. A bypass valve is also incorporated in its design so that oil flow will not be interrupted at extreme temperatures.

Sources & references used in this article:

Oil filters by PR Coates, HG Kamrath – US Patent 2,888,141, 1959 – Google Patents

Analysis of the recycling potential of used automotive oil filters using the Life Cycle Assessment approach by G Gaidajis, K Angelakoglou, PN Botsaris… – Resources, conservation …, 2011 – Elsevier

Analysis of the factors influencing the removal of oil from used automotive oil filters during recycling operations by DE Roberts II, KD Peaslee – Resources, conservation and recycling, 1998 – Elsevier

Combined full-flow and part-flow oil filters by B Leo – US Patent 2,929,506, 1960 – Google Patents

Device to crush and extract oil from oil filters by KL Wood – US Patent 5,125,331, 1992 – Google Patents

Combined full-flow and part-flow oil filters by WV Kennedy – US Patent 2,843,268, 1958 – Google Patents

Oil filters by CR Riolo – US Patent 3,342,339, 1967 – Google Patents