DPF, CAT & SCR Cleaning FAQs
→ DPF Cleaning, which method is best?
See the attached document showing the comparison between our DPF Flash Cleaner Machine on the other most common DPF cleaning methods.
Our technology is different from any other on the market because it allows us to clean all kinds of Particulate Filters and Selective Catalytic Reduction units (SCR) used in cars (Euro 6 included), buses, trucks, plant and agricultural equipment.
We don’t cut the filter, bake and weld it. We don’t dip it into a ultrasonic cleaning tank and then oven bake it to dry. United Diesel employs the Flash Cleaning Machine with its Organic Absorbent Emulsifier, flushing the filter both ways and then air drying it.
We are able to monitor back-pressure (mbar) and air flow (m3/h) before, during and after the cleaning process. A printed report then shows a comparison of the initial and final parameters in order to verify the quality of the cleaning.
→ DPF Filters, what are they and what do they do?
What is a DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter)?
A DPF is a filter fitted to modern diesel engines designed to remove particular matter or soot from the exhaust gases of diesel engines so that they are not released into the atmosphere. Please see the attached document.