DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) Cleaning
The Diesel Particulate Filter is a device installed in the exhaust stream in all new diesel engines made after January 1, 2007. The DPF is comprised of two chambers. The first chamber works to oxidize a portion of the NO gas in the exhaust to NO2. The second chamber then destroys the soot that is trapped inside. The result of this process is a small amount of ash which remains in the filter. This ash builds up and reduces the effectiveness of the DPF which must be cleaned.
Interstate Fleet Maintenance recommends that DPF filters be cleaned every 100,000 miles for highway applications to maintain performance and fuel economy.
With our state of the art equipment, we can ensure that you are back on the road with a clean DPF in no time.