JLM Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner DPF Professional Unblock Clogged DPF 375ml
DescriptionJLM Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner DPF 375ml NEW Item Description
Brand New 375ml Bottle
JLM Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner - Cleans dirty Diesel Particulate Filters
Helps Prevent Diesel Particulate Filters blocking
This is the very latest additive available, especially designed to improve the performance of, and to assist in the cleaning of Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF), ensuring long term durability of diesel filter systems.
JLM Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Cleaner Fluid, which comes in a 100ml can and is added to the fuel tank every service interval or 10.000km for maximum cleaning power of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF). It cleans blocked diesel filters (1st stage warning) and enables full diesel filter regeneration in difficult drive cycles ie. city driving
Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) - or soot traps - are more common on the roads today due to ongoing changes in emissions regulations. With Euro 5 standards now with us, Particulate Filters in Diesel car exhausts are now as common as catalytic converters on petrol cars.
This relatively new way to combat vehicle pollution has proven to be very successful in providing major reductions to diesel exhaust emissions, but, as with any new technology, sometimes there can be problems.
Evidence of these system failing to regenerate comes to light every day. In the UK the AA are getting more & more calls from drivers regarding the DPF light illuminated on the vehicle dashboard indicating a filter blockage, not knowing what it is or what to do about it.
JLM’s DPF Cleaner has many benefits. For best results use as a preventative by simply adding the 100ml JLM DPF Cleaner dose to the diesel tank when servicing.
The 100ml additive operates in two ways. First, it uses a catalyst to adhere to the soot particles during combustion, lowering the temperature at which they can be burnt off at. Secondly the additive also increases the fuel burn temperature, in turn increasing the exhaust temperature, which increases the temperature inside the soot trap, burning off the soot, regenerating the filter.
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