Did you know that keeping a clean DPF makes so much difference in your vehicle’s performance?
Diesel Particulate Filters are essential to have in your vehicle. The filter captures and stores exhaust soot to help reduce emissions coming from diesel cars.
Ever since 2009, the Euro 5 standard has been enforced, a rule which ensures all-new diesel cars must have particulate filters fitted.
These pieces of equipment were introduced in an effort to reduce the particle and soot emissions from diesel engines. Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) trap soot before it blows out of an exhaust, and like any filter, it requires cleaning to maintain performance.
Fortunately, the filter itself has self-cleaning capabilities known as regeneration.
There are two types of regeneration which can be carried out on your car.