For DPF Regenerations & Emissions
The EPA has required the installation of a diesel particulate filter, or DPF, into diesel engines in order to reduce the amount of air pollution. These DPFs collect soot, which results in a regeneration. A regeneration will increase the temperature of the exhaust system and try to burn out the soot. Unfortunately, it uses extra fuel and also does nothing for the fact that all DPFs have a finite number of regenerations before they must be replaced. Not only are regenerations a problem, but these DPF systems also create a lot of maintenance. DPF and EGR replacements, bakeouts, and an increase of DEF usage cost you downtime, money, and sometimes clients.
Fuel Ox’s patented combustion catalyst creates an earlier combustion (at a lower temperature) which leads to a more thorough combustion cycle while burning more of the fuel in the chamber, thereby reducing the amount of soot to be caught by the DPF. The result: a cleaner and more productive combustion of your fuel. This cleaner combustion provides less buildup of soot which means less regens, less bakeouts, and less diesel particulate filter replacements.