When your diesel particulate filter is too clogged to be blown clean it needs to be baked in order to have all of the soot removed.
We will remove the DPF in order to perform the baking procedure. After the DPF is removed we will test the air flow in order to compare after the baking. When our testing is complete, we bake the filter for 6 to 8 hours at 1,100 degrees in order to convert the soot to ash.
Once the ash converted, it is removed from the filter and it is disposed of in an environmentally safe fashion.
After that, we will inspect your filter to ensure that the flow rate has been properly restored to where it was before becoming clogged. Once the filter passes our inspection we will re-attach it to your exhaust assembly and you will be good to go.
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Diesel Particulate Filter Baking in South Florida
National DPF Cleaning is a division of Oil Can Man, INC. which is a mobile fleet maintenance service that has been serving South Florida since 1990. National DPF Cleaning will come to your location and perform the service while your vehicles are idle. This can be done early in the morning, in the evening, or on the weekends.
You will save time by not having to take them to a service center. You save money by not having to pay your technicians for wasted time at a service facility. Our commitment to excellence means that we will provide you a service that is unequaled in the industry.
Palm Beach County
West Palm Beach