Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) are emissions devices installed on all over the road diesel engines manufactured since 2007.

DPF's are designed to burn soot. Unburnable ash gradually collects in your filter causing excessive back pressure and regenerations. DPF's are expenseive parts costing $2,000 - $5,000. We can service your DPF at a fraction of the cost of a new filter.

Failure to service your DPF can cause the following problems:

  • DPF Failure

  • Down Time

  • Poor Fuel Economy

  • Engine Related Failure

  • Lost Revenue

  • Frequent Regenerations

  • Excessive Engine Back Pressure

When to Clean

Most engine manufacturers recommend removing the DPF for cleaning at 120,000 - 250,000 highway miles. Research and testing has found that ash begins hardening in the filter cells as early as 150,000 miles. Once ash hardens it can cause permanent damage and cracking.