Aimed at keeping haulage trucks on the move, the new service is all about maintaining cost efficiencies and productivity in freight operations, according to director Cameron Bryce.
“Before the introduction of our new detection method, customers would have had to book a diagnostic test, which involved units being opened up and then welded back together, in order to identify cracked or broken filters,” states Bryce.
“DPF Clean Team’s new detection method means the company can identify issues without taking a filter apart, getting haulage vehicles back on the road in as little as 24 hours,” he continues.
“Businesses need to be aware that … DPF units need regular servicing and maintenance to ensure they are kept at their optimum condition.
“Without regular servicing, the potential for needing to have filters replaced increases, with DPFs becoming blocked beyond repair.