DPF Cleaning : Diesel Particulate Filter
HERE IS WHY DPF GET DIRTY
Your particulate filter or DPF is found close to the catalytic converter but away from the engine block. Its role is to ensure that particulate matter, also called soot, are not present in the exhaust gas of a diesel engine. Considering that the filter accumulates soot continuously, it is necessary to regenerate it when required. Regeneration of a particulate filter involves burning off the carbon deposits by raising the temperature of the exhaust gas, situated at the inlet of the filter.
Regulating the temperature of the exhaust gas during regeneration is possible. Once the engine control unit (ECU) reads the temperature of the exhaust gas as send by the transmitter, it proceeds to determine the amount of post-injection fuel needed to raise the temperature of the exhaust gas to what is required for the regeneration phase.
How to prevent your filter from clogging? Carbon Cleaning is the most effective solution
The DPF becomes clogged or dirty due to prolonged use, and this leads to impairment in its function. To prevent this, the filter must be regenerated consistently by burning off the accumulated soot particles inside the filter.
By adopting the carbon cleaning method of regenerating your DPF, you do not only get to save money but also time. The method requires little service time and doesn’t involve the direct replacement of expensive parts. This unique hydrogen treatment is best done at every 15,000 km, to ensure that there is no oversaturation. Apart from regenerating the DPF, carbon cleaning will also resolve existing issues with the filter, thus making it an excellent preventive measure.
Carbon cleaning offers a reliable fix before resorting to parts replacement.
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