- Improved filter performance
- Increased filter lifetime
- Cost savings
A DPF filters and stores all solid residues (particles) that come along with the exhaust gas from a diesel engine. These particles are trapped in the porous wall elements of the DPF. What remains in the DPF are so called ashes.
From time to time, the ashes need to be removed in order to keep back pressure low, and prevent damage (clogging, sintering) of the DPF. Preventive cleaning will increase the durability of the filter and saves costs, while there will be no need to re-invest in a new DPF element.
Both contractual cleaning and/or on demand cleaning of the DPF can be offered. All filters are recorded by serial number in our database with the associated test results stored before and after cleaning. Download our product sheet to read everything about our 10-step cleaning process.
CONTRACTUAL CLEANING AND/OR ON DEMAND CLEANING
TEST REPORT WITH PERFOMANCE MEASUREMENT