Auto Service World
  March 13, 2020   by Allan Janssen

Filter catalogue


Premium Guard Inc. (PGI) has just released its newest and most comprehensive automotive filter catalogue to date in an easy-to-use, aggregated year/make/model format. Over 100 new part numbers have been added covering late model applications along with expanded coverage for older vehicles.

Premium Guard’s new full line catalogue has been designed with a new layout, which presents all related products in a convenient year/make/model format, so product applications can be quickly and easily searched to perform the complete job with all parts needed. This represents an innovative approach in offering the professional installer comprehensive information in one section per application.

The new 2020 Premium Guard print catalogue was designed following the same concept as its online “Look-Up” at, as well as the PG Filter mobile App for smartphones and tablets. Both can provide comprehensive filters and ancillary parts searched by application. These online look-ups are updated daily to ensure the industry’s latest, most up-to-date application information.

Premium Guard’s 976-page catalogue includes over 2,000 part numbers covering oil, air, cabin, fuel, and transmission filters, as well as drain plugs and washers. The oil filter housing caps were added to the online edition only at this point. This provides the installer all of the parts needed to complete the job right, the first time. It also features over 50 pages of technical bulletins. All vehicle application listings are presented in a convenient trilingual format.

The announcement was made by John Etheridge, director of product management at PGI, who noted, “We’re excited about the 2020 Premium Guard application guide. We believe it is an ideal tool for the professional technician as it contains application coverage for five different filter categories, plus drain plugs, all in one place. It also includes Premium Guard’s exclusive extended life filters, which are designed for vehicles with recommended extended drain intervals that require synthetic oil.”

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