It looks more like a spongy type stuff that resembles the "toilet
paper" type of media used.
No joke, there actually was (or is) the TP filter for diesel engines!!
However, I prefer Purolator PureOne, Bosch Filtech, or Motorcraft for
On Jan 29, 8:47 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Well that's fine. Different filters for different folks. I personally
don't know any advanced filter media design that uses the Toyota
There are equivalents of the Hengst nanofiber and meltblown surfacing
techniques by other manufacturers. And PureOne for instance, specifies
ISO 4548-12 test result of 99.9% efficiency, which they claim is the
"top-ranked oil filter on the shelf". Mobil-1 uses a different
standard, SAE J1858 with 99.2% efficiency. Even Denso's site shows the
pleated type, not the spongy-looking type. Unfortunately, they didn't
give any test details:
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