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Donaldson Company introduces extended oil filtration solution

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- Many heavy-duty, on-road truck owners face increased maintenance costs because emissions-comp...

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Many heavy-duty, on-road truck owners face increased maintenance costs because emissions-compliant diesel engines tend to rapidly deplete vital additives in engine oil.

To help truck owners overcome such challenges, Donaldson Company now offers Donaldson Endurance Plus, a new product that uses a unique, built-in additive replenishment technology designed to extend oil and oil-filter life significantly longer than conventional cellulose oil filters.

“Many long-haul operators will be able to significantly increase the OEM recommended oil change intervals with Donaldson Endurance Plus” states John Hacker, director of liquid filtration development. “To determine the new oil change interval, Donaldson recommends doing oil analysis. Our new product has the potential to drastically reduce fleet maintenance costs by eliminating every other oil and filter change. In addition, truck owners can install our new filters in place of existing filters with no special hardware or added maintenance procedures.”

As oil enters a replenishment container at the top of the Donaldson Endurance Plus filter, it reintroduces a concentrated blend of additives to the oil. The oil then passes through Donaldson’s Synteq filter media, which captures engine-damaging contaminants. The process sends clean, replenished oil back to the engine, helping ensure the vehicle’s continued peak operation.

As a direct replacement for existing, standard spin-on filters, Donaldson Endurance Plus is available for popular on-road truck engines. The filters provide comprehensive engine protection and the longest filter life available in the industry.

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