New Oil Filtration
As surprising as it may seem, most new oils purchased today are not filtered before being sold. Yes, the
new oil is refined, looks translucent and visually appears clean but when
viewed at a microscopic level it contains unwanted particles. In many cases, the filtered oil in the
equipment being replaced has less unwanted particles than the new, unfiltered
oil being added during an oil change.
Filtering the new oil is a very critical, proactive maintenance step. Which would you prefer, assuming or
knowing that the new oil is truly clean? The oil filtration process must
start with clean oil to positively impact equipment performance. With the expenses, complexities and
increasing demands on equipment today one must capitalize on every
performance advantage possible. New oil filtering is an easy first step to apply and a sure bet.
We are ready to listen, advise, recommend a local distributor, demonstrate performance and offer a cost
effective solution gained by over 40 years of industry knowledge and
For questions on filtering oil and oil filtration systems, please contact Micro Lube