Stay on the route. Keep your equipment working harder for you, longer. You’re saving your budget and vehicles using the best bypass oil filter in transit.
Currently, your transit equipment is down every 5,000 miles for an oil change. That’s new oil to try to protect an aging fleet, but the idea of keeping your fleet longer is, well, fleeting.
The FS-2500 bypass oil filter is proven to reduce that pressure.
Keep your fleet in route and protect your engines. Install the FS-2500, the world’s most efficient and compact bypass oil filter, on your fleet and keep them moving. When time comes for an oil change, it’s done on site in about 25 minutes with the FS-2500.
The goal is to keep moving, not spend money replacing your diesel engines. The FS-2500 keeps your engine oil so clean that you change the filter every 5,000 miles, not necessarily the oil. Send it in for testing. You’ll know when it actually requires draining. The numbers don’t lie.
The FS-2500 bypass oil filter offers 98% efficiency at 1 microns. Regular oil filters capture 30 to 40 microns, but it’s the soot and grime at 2 to 7 microns that cause engine damage.
Independent test results show the oil tested after a drain using the FS-2500 is chemically identical to when it went into the engine to 3 microns. In other words, it’s golden like virgin clean oil. You can put those numbers in your wallet.
“At Tri-County Concrete, we have been using the FS-2500 for two years now. When I first heard about the FS-2500, I was a little skeptical. After seeing a demonstration, I bought three systems. To my surprise the FS-2500 worked better than Filtration Solutions told me it would. Using proof from our oil analysis reports, we extended our oil drain intervals from 200 hours to 800 hours. Needless to say, we have since installed the FS-2500 on all of our ready mix trucks, loaders and OTR trucks. All of our equipment is now on an 800-hour oil drain interval. The first week of July 2001, we got the most convincing evidence that the FS-2500 is a must for any diesel engine. One of our 855 Cummins engines dropped a valve and had to be overhauled. When we took the engine apart, we were shocked at what we saw. There was absolutely no soot or sludge anywhere in that engine. Not even in the tiniest of crevices. That five-year-old engine looked brand new! I have been around the aggregate business and diesel engines for forty years, and I, nor anyone I know has ever seen anything like this. If you want to protect your engines, call Filtration Solutions today.”
-Cecil Foley, Tri-County Concrete, Kansas City, KS