Thursday, September 3, 2020

Protect Your Engine from Nasty Metal Shavings with the PIAA Twin Power Magnet Oil Filter


Car maintenance shouldn’t take a backseat, even if the country is going through an on-again, off-again lockdown. Since most of us have gotten back on the road, one way or the other, it’s important to keep your car’s fluids fresh to make sure everything runs smoothly.

For your next oil filter change, consider one that doesn’t only filter out debris, but also catches unwanted metal particles that can potentially do micro-damages that they eyes do not see. This is the main advantage of the PIAA Twin Power Magnet Oil Filter.

Let’s break it down.

“Twin Power” refers to its two-layer filtration structure. PIAA combines a 10-micron paper filter with a 20-micron paper filter, in an original woven design, which has been tested to result in up to 150 percent more filtration effectivity than conventional filters. The “Magnet” in between the two paper filters is a powerful ring in 100 milli-tesla (or 1000 gauss) that effectively attracts metal debris. Finally, with the PIAA original enlarged oil inlet port, there is at least 170 percent more oil flow than conventional filters.

The combination of the two-layer filtration process and the powerful magnet results in cleaner oil lubricating your engine. This all contributes to a longer engine life.


Here’s more good news. PIAA’s Philippines has brought in more applications for the PIAA Twin Power Magnet Oil Filter and is now compatible with most gasoline-powered Japanese vehicle brands such as Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, and Mazda.

To find out which model is compatible with your vehicle or to know more about the PIAA Twin Power Magnet Oil Filter, contact the exclusive PIAA Philippine distributor through their official Facebook page or send a message to 0917 575 4812 (Mondays to Fridays, 8 AM to 2:30 PM).

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