JCB filters are designed to work in conjunction with JCB fluids in JCB engines and component systems, to provide the highest standards of cleanliness and performance, providing a comprehensive machine protection solution.

Designed for protecting and maintaining the cleanliness of your system JCB filters ensure:

  • That your JCB filter is thouroughly tested for use in your JCB machine
  • Optimum flow and system efficiency
  • Maximised engine performance and therefore reduced running costs
  • Compliance with emissions legislation
  • Protection from hydraulic, transmission and engine failure due to system contamination

Why choose JCB Air Filters?

JCB air filters protect against abrasive particles of dirt, salt, grit and soot entering the engine, preventing wear damage to valves, cylinders, rockers and bearings. They ensure that the engine receives a sufficient volume of clean air to give correct fuel consumption, prevent loss of performance and comply with the correct emission legislation.

The 1st stage and main element trap 99.98% of dirt in the air, i.e. only 1 part in 5000 passes through the element; therefore the filter media and the filter seals are critical. The safety element is designed to react quickly to main element rupture.

Why choose JCB Transmission Filters?

JCB transmission filters are an essential part of the comprehensive machine protection strategy that high quality JCB filters afford.

JCB transmission filters have specifically designed end plates and crimping to deal with high pressure spikes encountered in transmission hydraulic circuits. The filter bypass valves are accurately set preventing premature valve opening and contamination of the system. Be aware that non-genuine filters do not conform to these design requirements.

Why choose JCB Fuel Filters?

Microscopic particles and water cause abrasive damage and corrosion to injectors, nozzles and other carburettors, JCB fuel filters eliminate contaminants which get into the fuel system during transportation, storage or refuelling.

The JCB range offers the very best protection for fuel systems; JCB dealers stock the most technologically advanced filter elements, sedimenters, fuel/water separators and remote mount fuel refining systems.

Why choose JCB Water Separation?

The fuel filtration and water separation needs of today’s new generation diesel fuel systems demand extremely high efficiency, flexibility, multiple functions and ease of use with no risk of fuel spills or contaminated parts.

The JCB combined fuel filter/water separator meets these demanding requirements with no tool requirements to service.

Water is probably the single largest enemy of modern diesel fuel systems. The filter elements used by JCB are designed with the latest up to date media to remove both water and particulates. For Tier 4i Stage IIIB engines, filtration will be reduced to just 5 microns.


Why choose JCB Hydraulic Filters?

Oil cleanliness levels are critical to maintaining the performance of a machine’s hydraulic system; over 75% of hydraulic system failures are due to contaminated fluid. JCB hydraulic filters use advanced filter media with high efficiency, excellent dirt holding capacity and low pressure drop characteristics.

JCB filters remove contamination from the system quickly and efficiently, holding the collected contaminant permanently. Some poor quality filters may even release the contamination they have collected back into the system.

Why choose JCB Engine Oil Filters?

JCB oil filters extract harmful contaminants, which can cause restricted oil flow and oil pressure, reducing the amount of cooling and lubrication given by the oil. JCB filters ensure the lubricant remains clean, retaining optimum power and fuel efficiency and maximising component life and engine performance.

JCB filters are designed and manufactured to match the unique requirement of each engine, ensuring that the element not only fits first time and operates effectively, but can safely handle all the loads and stresses associated with running in the harsh environment under the bonnet of a JCB.

Spurious parts often use inferior material and may not have the other essential features required within the filter unit. This can result in the filter not fitting correctly or failing prematurely, leading to high wear, inadequate performance, poor reliability, greater oil and fuel consumption, component damage or even engine failure.