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RE: P2 for your car and for fleet vehicles




Another P2 option for your car or fleet is to install a by-pass oil filter to go along with the regular oil filter.  One company that markets this system is AMSOIL.  My father, who is a automobile and small engine mechanic, has had these on his cars for several years now and likes them so much he became a distributor.

Learn more about by-pass filters (including descriptions for how they are set up) at: http://www.amsoil.com/products/bf.html

Mark Snyder
Pollution Prevention Specialist
Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance
mark.snyder@moea.state.mn.us

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> From: 	Warren Weaver[SMTP:wjw5@psu.edu]
> Reply To: 	Warren Weaver
> Sent: 	Wednesday, July 24, 2002 9:07 AM
> To: 	p2tech@great-lakes.net
> Subject: 	P2 for your car and for fleet vehicles
> 
> Listees:
> 
> Here's something I think you will find interesting-a device that you add to the oil filter on your car that continuously cleans your motor oil as you drive. It removes acids, water, particulates and other contaminants of your motor oil that are the byproducts of combustion to keep it clean and maintain its original lubricating properties.
> 
> Some of you will recall a listserv discussion about two years ago about synthetic motor oil and how some of us extend the time between oil changes to 10,000 miles and beyond because of the improved lubricity of synthetic oil. According to the information on the Luberclean website <www.luberclean.com/index.htm>, you can now go 30,000 miles between oil changes with passenger cars. Commercial truckers (i.e. 18-wheelers) and fleet owners can now go 100,000 miles between changes.
> 
> It is my plan to try this combination of synthetic oil and the Lubriclean filter on my new Toyota. Stay tuned for the results.
> 
> If we all did this, think of all of the used motor oil we would no longer be generating...and of the hassles and expense of changing our oil every 3 - 5000 miles that we would no longer be having..
> 
> Warren
> 

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