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Preventative Maintenance: How to save your money and your engine

Preventative maintenance is cheaper and lasts longer than buying new filters. To keep your SCR running smoothly, it needs to have a sufficient supply of Diesel Exhaust Fluid. The catalyst must have enough DEF, or it is at risk of being ruined. The DPF Company will do everything we can to keep your diesel engine in working order. Investing in preventative maintenance is the best way to keep a minor issue from becoming a major problem.

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Restoring Filters That Have Become Plugged With Engine Coolant Deposits

There is only one proven method for thoroughly cleaning every cell in the DPF to like-new condition.   Ultrasonic DPF cleaning restores all the components to OE specifications, ensuring better fuel economy and maximum use from every DPF filter. The DPF Company cleaning system lowers costs by extending the useful life of every filter and including a hassle-free, industry-leading one-year performance guarantee to each operator.    Our proprietary cleaning method uses high-frequency sound waves at millions of impulses per second. These impulses cause micro-miniature bubbles to break down soot and ash. Our specially formulated solution catches the contaminants and keeps them from sticking back to the cell walls, carrying all contaminants away from each cell. The DPF Company’s superior DPF...

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5 Great Tips for DPF Cleaning

Cleaning Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is an important part of keeping heavy trucks on the road and running smoothly. The DPF is designed to remove soot an diesel particulate matter from a truck’s exhaust. The ash left behind in the filter builds up and eventually reduces it’s effectiveness. For this reason, filter cleaning is required.   Here are 5 tips to follow that will guarantee your DPF is always doing it’s job:   Most heavy-duty DPF’s need cleaning every 200,000 to 250,000 miles.    Properly cleaning a DPF will extend the life of the filter, keep the engine running smoothly and minimize the risk of future breakdowns.    A DPF must be operating at 100% to be effective. If your...

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