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HUBB Will Demonstrate New Filters At The Work Truck Show 2017

The company is exhibiting at booth No. 5491 and is demonstrating both its 3- and 8-inch oil filters.


HUBB Filters is exhibiting this week at The Work Truck Show 2017 for the first time. The event runs from March 14-17, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. The company is exhibiting at booth No. 5491 and is demonstrating both its 3- and 8-inch oil filters.


The HUBB 8-inch spin-on oil filter is designed for use on Class 2-6 light- and medium-duty diesel engines, making it ideal for work truck and vocational fleets. HUBB’s breakthrough and patented filter-in-a-filter design enables work trucks to double oil change intervals, reduce oil change costs by up to 50 percent while increasing engine protection and eliminating used filter disposal.

“HUBB is particularly effective with diesel engines because diesels need an oil filter which facilitates oil flow and has a large contaminant holding capacity that doesn’t get clogged with oil and lose its filtration capability,” said Scott Killips, CEO. “Like its 3-inch counterpart, HUBB’s 8-inch oil filter media is made with a surgical stainless steel weave so oil flow is superior and it only traps the contaminants of combustion and not oil. HUBB’s industry-first two pressure differential valves design provides for superior flow and increased safety.”


The 3-inch HUBB filter is designed for any light passenger car or truck that uses a spin-on filter. HUBB filters are reusable and cleanable, eliminating the need to dispose of used filters in landfills.

The HUBB all-metal breakthrough performance filter provides unprecedented engine protection, cost savings and environmental benefits. It is backed by a 100,000-mile or 5,000-hour performance guarantee. To back its claims of superior filtration, engine health protection, extended oil change intervals and reduced carbon emissions, HUBB has undergone independent third party testing by Automotive Testing and Development Services Inc. (ATDS), as well as extensive field testing with customers.

For more information on HUBB, visit or email [email protected].



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