EXTEND Regen Cycles
Incomplete diesel fuel combustion contributes to soot production. Soot deposits are one of the major DPF problems. They prohibit your DPF from functioning properly resulting in increased ‘back-pressure’. DPF Remedy extends regeneration intervals up to 800%.
PROTECT Your Engine
DPF Remedy bonds with old carbon deposits, removing them in the combustion process without detergents or abrasive agents while preventing new deposits. This leaves injectors and other system components clean – improving performance and extending engine life.
DPF Remedy allows your fuel to more completely burn which dramatically reduces the formation of the particulate matter so your Diesel Particulate Filter problems are cured before they begin.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“This formula extended DPF regeneration intervals over 100% in our test truck.”
FLEET ANALYST, CITY OF TEMPE, AZ
“We have a Maxxforce 9 engine with DPF problems, burning off every 1-2 hours. We had spent over $18,000 trying to fix it. We tried DPF Remedy & it didn’t burn off for over a week!”
PRATT’S DISPOSAL, BROOKFIELD, NY – DAN RUGG
“We have seen fuel consumption drop 18 to 20% along with noticeably less airborne soot.”
DIRECTOR OF MARINE SERVICES, HORNBLOWER CRUISES & EVENTS – JAVIER LEWELS
How to use DPF Remedy
Reduce Regen Cycles
Hey Guys, Kevin here with DPF Remedy. We have been seeing a lot of comments online. We are getting a lot of online messages, telephone calls, just a lot of skepticism out of the marketplace. And we don't blame you. We have had 30 years and hundreds of bad additives...
So what's the answer? We wish there was a specific answer to this question, but there's not. Every engine & DPF is a little different and how often they go through regeneration cycles is the same. Let's also not forget that there are different types of engines and...
So how do DPF's work? Diesel Particulate filters (DPF) or 'traps' do just that, they catch bits of soot in the exhaust. As with any filter they have to be emptied regularly to maintain performance. For a DPF this process is called 'regeneration' – the collected soot...