Extend Regen Cycles
Incomplete diesel fuel combustion creates excessive diesel particulate matter (soot) production. Without a diesel engine efficiency additive, soot deposits are created more rapidly and prohibit your DPF from functioning properly, resulting in increased ‘back-pressure’. As back-pressure increases, the operating temperate of the DPF rises to dangerous levels until the system is triggered to execute a regeneration cycle.
Regeneration cycles are inconvenient for the user and shorten the life of the DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter). Every time a regeneration is triggered, the life of the DPF is reduced; the risk of dangerous results is exposed, and fuel is wasted to reach the excessive temperatures to complete a regeneration cycle.
Winter fuel and the impact on your DPF
It’s well known that fuel consumption increases during the winter months, partly because composition changes by refiners to winter fuel to make it more volatile and burn properly in cold weather conditions. Diesel consumers also notice lower mileage in the winter....
Our customers are seeing massive results
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...
How often should DPF Regenerations take place?
So what's the answer? Your DPF regenerates because of excessive exhaust soot overwhelming the DPF. Exhaust soot is the product of incomplete combustion, the soot is actually partially burned fuel. Soot creates back pressure and the regeneration is triggered and...