How to Control Dirty DPF's from hurting your business ECOFUELMAX

6/12/2017 How to Control Dirty DPF Diesel
Particulate Filters from hurting your Business ECOFuelMax

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How to Control Dirty DPF - Diesel Particulate Filters
from hurting your Business ECOFuelMax

Proven Solution - Since 2007 the EPA has required Diesel Motors to use Diesel Particulate Filters to Reduce Hydrocarbon Pollution
or the Soot from un-burnt fuel.


The good news is that these DPF filters are efficient in reducing the pollutants released into the air. The bad news is that the Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF’s) used to trap the Soot get clogged from the un-burnt diesel fuel. Unfortunately they need to be cleaned or replaced.

As a result a vehicle might stop while operating and may be forced to be out of service until the DPF is cleaned or replaced. Failure of a DPF can cause related damage to EGR Filters, EGR Coolers and Fuel Injectors causing more expensive repairs to a vehicle. Until recently the most widespread method used to clean a DPF is heating them to +/- 1,800 degrees in a kiln to separate and remove the soot or built up carbon from the DPF filter.

Two issues remain; the average cost to burn a DPF clean is $350.00 with downtime. The second issue is how high heat damages the 
filter. On average a DPF can be cleaned 2 times, three if lucky. The cost to replace a standard Diesel Particulate Filter is $3,500.00. The related items like EGR Valves can cost $300 to over $500 to replace. EGR Coolers range from $700 to over $1,000.00 each. Fuel injectors for a commercial Cummins motor can cost $300.00 to $1,000.00+. Downtime and inconvenience is a major problem.

One proven and Guaranteed solution that has been around for over 10 years is the ECOFUELMAX. Certified Tests show that this incredible easy to install small low cost (+/-$400) device that requires No Chemicals or Maintenance can reduce REGEN’s (DieselRegeneration Cycles) 40% to over 70%. 

The metallic reaction to Fuel increases the RVP (Reid Vapor Pressure) to increase. RVP is a measurement used to gauge the volatility 
of fuel. Certified SGS reports show that the RVP in Diesel fuel can be increased from .6 to 1.0. The RVP in Gasoline can be increased from 7.6 lbs to 8.4 lbs. The ECOFUELMAX only treats fuel, no motor modifications so there are no warranty issues. 

The increase of the volatility in Diesel fuel helps it burn cleaner. Less Soot or Diesel Particulate Matter (DPM) results in less maintenance for a DPF, EGR Valve, EGR Cooler and Fuel Injectors.
Less REGEN Cycles not only reduces vehicle maintenance but can increase a motors èiciency and life. In a majority of cases fuel èiciency is increased and on newer Diesel motors less DEF (Diesel Emission Fluid) is used.

Over the years many unscrupulous companies and salespeople have caused distrust among businesses and the public due to their undocumented claims and unfulfilled promises. A