DPF Cleaning

DPF Cleaning service

We offer a comprehensive DFP cleaning service carried out by our team of skilled professional engineers. We only use our patented industry leading products and ensure that any waste from the
DPF clean via the exhaust is captured and disposed of in the correct manner, with no effects on the environment.

Full DPF Diagnostics.
We carry out full diagnostics, checking that the key components and sensors are functioning correctly
before initiating a DPF clean. Where necessary, further investigation is carried to ensure a successful clean. The DPF Cleaning Process using our patented cleaning system is where the solution is added into the fuel system and the engine is left to run while the Ultra carbon cleaning process is being undertaken. The engine is then ran at a fast idle during the process to allow the solution to soak and clean the carbon content in the DPF.

Driving the Vehicle.
After the process you will be recommened to drive the car for 20 minutes making sure that the rest of the solution is being used to clean the DPF, the full process may take upto 500 miles to take full effect. 
 The DPF cleaning process is now complete.

*Please Note that this treatment may not work on broken down DPF units. This is for blocked units due to soot or carbon deposits. No guarantees are given or implied.

FAQs – what you need to know about DPFs
What is a DPF?
A Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is a device designed to remove diesel particulate matter or soot from the
exhaust gas of a diesel engine so they are not released into the atmosphere. A DPF can remove upwards of
85% of the particles from the exhaust, reducing harmful emissions. The DPF physically captures the soot and
ash particles in a net or mesh like structure within the filter.
The Engine Management System (ECU) constantly monitors the filter and will carry out a regular cleaning
process called “Regeneration” to stop it blocking. Regeneration, either active, passive or forced regeneration,
burns off the accumulated soot at high temperature (around 600°c) to leave only a residue of ash, effectively
renewing or regenerating the filter, ready to take on more pollution from the engine.