A DPF system delete is a modification that removes the diesel particulate filter from the exhaust system and affects the exhaust process in vehicles. These DPF filters are responsible for trapping accumulated diesel soot and other particulates emitted by the diesel engines, and over time it can become a clogged DPF.
If you keep sending your DPF in to be “cleaned” and come away with frustration and financial strain that DPF issues can cause, you can get it restored instead. And while diesel particulate filter failures are rare at the DPF company, you only pay for successful restorations.
The trucking industry is constantly seeking ways to improve efficiency while minimizing costs. Fortunately, technology has provided valuable headways in that regard, including the use of fuel-borne catalysts (FBCs) to enhance the diesel particulate filters (DPF) function and improve soot loading and combustion in both semi-trucks and transport trucks. There are several fuel-borne catalysts out there from different manufacturers. While this means having more options, it also makes it challenging for truckers and fleet owners to choose the best diesel combustion improver for their on-road and off-road diesel vehicles and equipment. Introducing the #1 Fuel Borne Catalyst If you are in the market for a fuel catalyst for your diesel vehicles and equipment with DPFs, then you should...
Covid issues and geopolitical tensions have caused severe supply chain disruptions. Such a reality is predominantly prevalent in the DPF filter market, which is currently experiencing a lack of DPF units and components exacerbated by labor shortage.