One of the hardest parts of owning a diesel vehicle is making sure that all of the parts of your fuel system stay clean, and that your filters are catching all the particulates from the exhaust. With variable quality of diesel fuel and off-the-shelf filters, and many different factors contributing to engine performance, there may be plenty of soot, precipitate, and other fine particulate matter accumulating in your engine. We see a lot of it in the diesel engines we work on – so we made sure we can fix the problem at the source.
The DFS 910: Diesel Fuel System, EGR, DPF and Combustion Service
We recently got the DFS 910 exhaust cleaner, an advanced piece of impressive technology that cleans your injectors and fuel system parts, which in turn makes sure the exhaust from your diesel treatment system is as clean as possible.
Thanks to a set of adapters, this machine is compatible with all diesel vehicles, ranging from cars to trucks and large service equipment. So you won’t have to wonder whether yours can benefit from the device when you bring it in.
Benefits of the DFS 910
There are many benefits of using the DFS 910 on your diesel vehicle. It cleans particulates and build up from the inside of your engine components, allowing them to do their job better as exhaust moves through the system. This restores fuel economy, as you get better burns for the same amount of fuel, while lowering exhaust opacity and the harmful emission concentration within it.
It also extends the life and efficiency of your diesel particulate filter (DPF), reducing overall costs over time. A special product is sprayed through the intake or directly into the exhaust port, coating the filter and completely cleaning it of buildup.
In many cases, this also helps eliminate knocking, as well as greatly reducing the risk of runaway engine. The cleaner the fuel system is, the better it is able to function properly.
What The DFS 910 Cleans
The DFS 910 doesn’t just clean the DPF and injectors, though. It also cleans the diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), further reducing particulates and pollutants. It enhances the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) process, keeping emissions cleaner. And it helps the exhaust gas recirculation system (EGR) work better, allowing part of the exhaust gas to go back to the cylinders and reducing overall emissions. Basically, it makes a diesel engine run at its best while restoring fuel efficiency and lessening the environmental impact.
To book your vehicle in for a DFS 910 appointment, just let us know and we’ll make an appointment to get your diesel car or truck running at 100% once again!