Fuel Filter


Nowadays engines are designed to produce high performance in low fuel consumption with a fuel system that has not lost its function and clean fuel. The basic requirement for problem-free operation of the engine is a healthy fuel system and clean fuel. In order for the fuel system to work healthily and for the engine to produce more power with less fuel, the fuel circulating in the system must be clean. 50% of the fuels used don't meet the ISO 4406 18/16/13 (2500 particles / 1ml / 4µm ©) fuel cleaning standard. Clean fuel is found in the fuels used; dirt (dust, rust, organic pollutants) and water with high productivity. The biggest expense while driving is fuel consumption, making this consumption efficient and protecting the system is an important gain. Fuel derivatives and additives to be used other than fuel type recommended by the vehicle manufacturer lead to failure of healthy filtration and damage the system.

  • ATTENTION! Impermeability; If the fuel used in the engines is flammable, it also threatens human life, so the impermeability in the filters is very important. The filter must be produced in technological processes and put on sale after 100% test with test equipment.
  • Productivity is the filter used in the system is able to filter in the range of 1-10 microns without creating resistance and can separate and keep 99% water.
  • New generation filters produced with technological materials, it both separates the water and keeps the dirt with high efficiency. Depending on the amount of decomposed water, it traps in the filter.
  • Pressure difference can also be described as resistance to flow. Filtering material that should be of good quality; should be both highly productive and both the dirt and water holding capacity should be high without creating a high pressure difference in the life expectancy.
  • It is possible to have water, especially in diesel fuel, and since the heat exchange in diesel fuel systems is intense, technological materials and coating methods that are resistant to water, corrosion and heat changes should be used in the filter material.
  • Shelf life: It has a minimum shelf life of 5 years in its packaging, in a humidity-free environment, in the temperature range of -10 +40 C, without being exposed to water and direct sunlight.
  • Usage life: During fuel filtration, the filter keeps the dirt. It causes the filter to congest over time.
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  • The maintenance and replacement period reported by the vehicle manufacturers should be followed for the replacement of the filters.
  • Unless the filter, which has reached the end of its life and is filled, will cause the system to not draw enough fuel.
  • It should be ensured that the water accumulated in the filter, whose function is also water retention, is discharged.
  • Only price-oriented poor quality material
  • Design based on insufficient information
  • Poor production conditions
  • Delivering products to the market without testing, as there is no laboratory
  • Attention; Do not risk your engine and the environment!
  • Increased heat in the engine
  • Loss of engine performance
  • Noise increase in the engine
  • Damage to the engine parts in a short or long time
  • Job loss
  • Increase in exhaust emission values
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