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FUEL FILTERS

THE KEY ROLE OF THE FUEL FILTER

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TYPES OF FILTER

RISKS relating to poor filtration

CONSEQUENCES

OIL

Premature wear of mechanical engine parts (crankshaft, camshaft, valves) and turbocharger

Engine/turbocharger damage

FUEL

Fouling/damage to injection system

Breakdown/starting problems

ENGINE AIR

Poor air circulation/engine not protected against external particles

Excessive fuel consumption/engine wear

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT

Formation of bacteria/poor air circulation

Passenger discomfort/formation of mist

DESICCATOR

Corrosion/frost in pneumatic system

Braking and suspension problems

AD BLUE

Urea injection system failure/wear

Non-compliance with emission standards/switch to degraded mode

FILTER

Contamination of turbocharger and air exchanger

Durability and performance levels of components & organs reduced

FILTRATION MATERIAL: A HIGH TECHNOLOGY ELEMENT

The quality of the filter element is crucial and IVECO worked to offer filtration reliable on three aspects:

  • Longer product lifespan: resists extreme temperatures, vibrations and pressure.
  • More efficient particle retention: innovative multi-layered filtering material.
  • No load leakage: adapted to fit your engine to ensure optimised fuel flow.

MAINTENANCE TIPS

  • For optimum performance, change your filter every 600 hours (or once a year).
  • Make significant savings by purchasing your filter as part of an Iveco maintenance kit.
  • If your filter is not packaged, store upside down to protect it from dust particles.

For more information, contact your local IVECO dealership

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