Clean air is vital for an engine running long and strong. The air filter protects the intake air from different kinds of harmful particles around an engine. The dust in the air filter helps maintain the high efficiency of the filter, which is why it's very important that the filter is not subject to any cleaning. Air filters should be serviced every 24 months or whenever the dashboard service light notifies drivers that it's time for a change.
Cabin air filters protect truck occupants from air pollutants by removing atmospheric dusts, plant dusts, pollen, soot and smoke particles, among other things. The composition and nature of dust and its quantity per cubic foot varies greatly between different applications. Pure Mack cabin air filters are designed from the beginning to ensure excellent filtering efficiency against very small particles in all environments.
Clean oil is vital for the engine in order to reach optimal performance with long service intervals and a long lifetime. Oil filters are absolutely necessary to keep the engine oil clean from particles and sludge. Pure Mack oil filters have been tested in millions of miles in all Mack engines.
Your engine needs clean fuel to reach optimal performance, fuel efficiency and engine power to ensure a long lifetime. Fuel filters help keep the injectors clean from particles.
The Mack fuel filter system consists of one primary filter and one secondary filter, often known as the pre-filter and main filter, respectively. The primary filter separates water from the fuel before dirt and contaminants are removed, to be collected in the water bowl mounted below the primary filter. Primary filters have different capacities due to different fuel qualities. The secondary filter eliminates dirt and other contaminants from the fuel before it is sent to the engine.
Each spin-on filter consists of a pleated filter media inside a steel can. The gasket is made for different fuels. Mack fuel filters have been tested for millions of miles in all Mack engines.