Sub-Sahara Mining & Industrial Journal
Featured Industrial Mining Technology


New Luber-finer app updates make finding the right Luber-finer filters easier for distributors, owner-operators, fleet maintenance teams and installers

Luber-finer®, a leading Champion Laboratories, Inc., filter brand, has released new updates to the Luber-finer app for smartphones and tablets that run on Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems.

The updates provide users with up-to-the-minute, real-time data on Luber-finer’s full catalog of filters for the automotive, medium-duty, off-road and on-road heavy-duty markets and leverage the company’s proprietary Vindetech® search tool.

Now with Vindetech functionality, users can simply enter a vehicle identification number (VIN) to ensure accurate filtration alignment. Due to the potential for variation between engines in vehicles from the same manufacturer and even the same model year, it’s important to search by VIN. The new feature makes the job of identifying the right filtration solution on-the-go more efficient and minimizes the time wasted searching for filtration to fit a vehicle.

For iOS users who already have the app, these new features should update automatically. Android users will need to re-download the app on the Google Play Store.

To download the Luber-finer App, visit or

For more information on the complete Luber-finer® family of products, please visit

Champion Laboratories, Inc. is a global manufacturer of Luber-finer® branded filtration products. Luber-finer® provides premium filtration solutions for all fleets and on highway, as well as all off-road applications such as heavy construction, mining, agriculture, oil and gas industry and marine. Luber-finer® has been a trusted name in filters since 1936, providing high-efficiency performance in the most demanding work environments. For more information visit or call (800) 851-3641.

Related posts

Newly elected President of Zambia to attend Mining Indaba 2022


Safe, rapid wireless transfer of valuable machine health data with SKF QuickCollect Sensors


SA coal consumption fell last year and is unlikely to recover in 2023, says IEA


Leave a Comment