Luber-finer releases MXM Nano Tech air filters

Luber-finer releases MXM Nano Tech air filters

Luber-finer has introduced its new MXM Nano Tech air filters. Offering 99.99% overall filtration efficiency, the Luber-finer MXM Nano Tech air filters remove airborne contaminants and protect heavy duty engines, the company said.

Luber-finer’s new Nano Tech media, according to the company, is designed to keep contaminants at the surface of the filter media and away from the engine. The MXM Nano Tech, pictured above, meets OEM warranty specifications and provides twice the dust-holding capacity of cellulose media, and includes 35 models covering popular on-road and off-road applications, Luber-finer added.

“The new high-efficiency MXM Nano Tech Air Filter is an exciting addition to the diverse line of Luber-finer air-filtration solutions,” said Layne Gobrogge, Luber-finer’s director of heavy duty marketing and product development. “The quality of air entering a heavy duty engine is a constant concern for fleet managers that are trying to get the optimum efficiency from their vehicles. Since the MXM Nano Tech air-filter media provides 99.99% overall efficiency, it can help fleet managers obtain that optimum level of efficiency they are looking for with their fleets.”

You May Also Like

Do severe duty brake pads trade power for longevity?

Akebono says a new friction formula increase life and lower noise, while maintaining stopping power. Here’s what that can mean for your fleet.


Accepting reduced component life for better braking power in severe-duty applications may be a thing of the past, according to Akebono. The company said its new severe-duty line offers aftermarket brake pads for fleets that—through the use of new friction formulas compounds—allow the friction materials to maintain stopping power, while reducing wear and noise.

The hidden threats to light-duty gasoline engine life, performance

How engine deposits impact gas engines, and what you can do about it.

Toyo Tires launches M156 commercial tire

The company says the tire builds on its predecessor, the M154, and features advancements to maximize life, fuel efficiency and retreadability.

Goodyear says tires-as-a-service may help fleets save money

Goodyear said the subscription service can help fleets improve TCO, increase uptime, reduce breakdowns, decrease fuel consumption and more.

Davco Technology appoints Tim West as new president

Before joining Davco, West most recently served as VP of seating and structures, Vehicle Solutions Division at Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc.

Other Posts
PRT launches new strut assemblies for ProMaster, Silverado, and more

These new items cover more than 15 million vehicles and include models such as the 2023 Ram ProMaster 1500, 2023 Chevrolet Silverado, and more.

East opens Aftermarket Parts Facility in Kent, OH

In addition to East trailer parts, the facility will carry common parts for all makes and models, such as airbags, lights, wheel ends and more.

Lucas Oil facilities achieve ISO 9001:2015 recertification

The Quality Management Systems certification included both Lucas Oil production facilities in Corydon, IN.

DuraBrake gets investment from Tiger Lily

Existing Shroff family ownership group will remain meaningful equity owners and continue to make up the DuraBrake senior leadership team.