Unless your DPF is internally damaged, our sophisticated cleaning is a virtually 100% successful process in restoring your DPF back to full health.
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, then its highly likely that your DPF is blocked.
When the filter is blocked, options such as forced regeneration or using chemical additives will only remove the soot, not the ash. This will, at best, be only be a short-term solution and a potential waste of time and money.
Our latest state-of-the-art cleaning technology, safely and legally removes virtually ALL the soot and ash, restoring your DPF to work as good-as-new. If it blocks again within 12 months, we clean it for free.
Our advanced and guaranteed DPF cleaning is a virtually 100% effective solution and at a fraction of the cost of a replacement DPF.
SIGNS YOUR DPF IS BLOCKED
With most vehicles the DPF warning light will illuminate to notify you that the unit is becoming blocked and requires regeneration. When conditions are met for regeneration, it will attempt to burn off the built up soot using either an active, or passive regeneration. If the regeneration is unable to occur or fails you may be treated to an additional warning light on your dash. This usually occurs when the DPF is blocked beyond the point at which a normal regeneration will clear it and indicates a garage visit is required.
- Loss of power?
- DPF Warning light on?
- Your vehicle is in limp mode?
- Frequent attempts at DPF regeneration?
- DPF regeneration is failing?
- Strong smell of diesel?
- Vehicle is smoking excessively?
- Oil level is increasing?
- High fuel consumption?
- A typical DPF is constructed so that the exhaust gases enter a cell, which is plugged at the far end. The gasses are able to escape through the sidewall of these cells, leaving behind solid particulate matter in the form of residual soot and ash.
- Through the regeneration process the soot is regularly burnt off and turned into ash. Over time these ash levels build up and eventually (typically over 60K – 80k miles+) the filter becomes blocked.
- Some filters can become blocked much sooner if regeneration fails and ash bridging occurs, blocking off the cells prematurely.
- The only way to clear the ash (and any excess soot that cannot be burnt off through regeneration) is to remove the DPF from the vehicle and clean the DPF cells in the opposite way to the exhaust flow.