I added another choice, the Purolator Boss. Although it is specified for your vehicle on the Purolator site, I was not able to find it in any stores. The filter uses SmartFUSION™ Full Synthetic Media. There is a video on the Purolator site that explains it.
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The Purolator products have a discrepancy in their claims ...
Find the right oil filter, air filter, cabin air filter or fuel filter for your vehicle using our Purolator filter lookup search tool. It can help find the right part!
when I search for their products using the link above, the "One" is rated at 10k miles; the "Boss" at 15k miles (you have over-stated their claims)
but on these pages, it's as you claim
PurolatorONE™ Oil Filters deliver advanced engine protection for peak performance, making them one of the best oil filters for many drivers today.
PurolatorBOSS® Maximum Oil Filters deliver peak performance and maximum engine protection for up to 20,000 miles.
Meaning, Purolator has misleading info on their site. It may be that the specific filters (using the "part finder" link) has more accurate data, which would lead us to conclude that the info you posted above is wrong. There's no way to tell for sure, and I suspect the "tech support" folks are not going to be able to tell you the difference either.
Further, the Purolator efficiency claims are based only on one filter (the FL1A equivilant) and the Beta performance for any one specific model of fitler may not match that claim. This type of commonizing the efficiency claims is not unique to Purolator; Wix and others do it too. It's a relative means of comparing filters, but not always accurate.
For example, the common Wix claim of "2/20 = 6/20" does not apply to some of their fitlers; the 57151 for the Ford 6.7L diesel is "2/20/75=3/12/17"; this is far better than the normal statement they use for most filters. But, for the 2021 Dmax application, the WL10454 does not even have an efficiency claim at all ... Could we assume that the normal 2/20=6/20 applies?
My point is that it's misleading to make broad based claims like your chart, because for every rule there seems to be an exception. It's far more important to look up the unique applications and make a decision based on this, rather than some generic claim.