Our new 7-stage process, using patented, proven technology offers a much more cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution.
Results from our R&D and in-house testing have shown between 96%-100% of accumulated ash/soot in the DPF removed, bringing back the DPF as “New” condition with the back pressure generated by the filter restored to factory condition. Our facility is high capacity, which means that we can also refurbish very large diesel particulate filters from HGVs, static plant, industrial and power applications including specialised equipment for the oil and gas industries.
Provides DPF cleaning for nearly all DPFs on the market today as well as catalytic converters and EGR valves, for all types of vehicles and equipment: cars, commercial vehicles, plant and equipment and industrial applications.
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7 STEP PROCESS
Your peace of mind is of upmost importance to us. We have develeoped our 7 step process to show what is involved every step of the way.Find out more
DPF examined and images taken
Air pressure testing
Harmless cleaning procedure
DPF drying process
Air flow re-test
Post procedure images
Full test report
Collection & Delivery
12 Months Waranty
peace of mind
why dpf cleaning is necessary
Unfortunately, many vehicle dealers imply that all that is needed to keep DPFs clean is to hit the vehicle’s “regeneration” button. While it’s true that the regen cycle is necessary and will combust much of the accumulated particulate matter, non-combustible materials trapped in the filter will still be left behind.
This remaining residue creates a back pressure which will eventually lead to increased regeneration down time, loss or horsepower, reduced fuel economy, filter damage and, ultimately, engine damage. To properly clean the DPF it must be removed from the vehicle and put through a special cleaning process. Regens alone will not do the job when the DPF exceeds it soot/ash capacity.
Legal requirements and mot test
From February 2014 the inspection of the exhaust system carried out during the MOT test will include a check for the presence of a DPF. A missing DPF, where one was fitted when the vehicle was built, will result in an MOT failure. A vehicle might still pass the MOT visible smoke emissions test, which is primarily intended to identify vehicles that are poor state of repair, whilst emitting illegal and harmful levels of exhaust particulate.
It is an offence under the Road vehicles (construction and use) Regulations ( Regulations 61a (3) 1 to use a vehicle which has been modified is such a way that it no longer complies with the air pollutants emissions standards it was designed to meet. Removal of DPF will almost invariably contravene these requirements making the vehicle illegal for road use. The potential penalties for failing to comply with Regulation 61a are fines of up to £1000.00 for a car, £2500.00 for a light goods vehicles.