DPF cleaning supplier, DPF Recovery, can now enable almost any garage to offer in-house DPF services, based on equipment that needs a much smaller footprint, with the Evolution Flash Cleaner™ Machine aimed at small to medium sized premises and workshops. The company also provides transportation, commissioning, training and after-care as part of the package.
In collaboration with partner Nuova AFR, DPF Recovery uses only the force of water to resolve filter cleaning issues, delivering over 98% of the original filter capacity when tested and reducing the need for expensive replacement filters. The technique used is appropriate for and effective in a wide range of vehicles including cars, buses and all sizes of trucks and plant machinery. DPF Recovery can also regenerate filters on their site in Norwich.
Launching at Automechanika, the Evolution Flash Cleaner™ is a fully automated, compact piece of kit that has been shown to pay back investment for most sites in less than a year, based on securing an average of 2 DPF cleans per week at the market rate. The machine completes every step of the cleaning process in one operation and provides accurate backpressure test results that can be printed off and handed to the customer. With minimal operator participation the cleaner creates an opportunity for smaller sites to offer a fast and efficient DPF service to all car owners.
For operators with larger sites looking to offer a full range of DPF, diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalyst reduction (SCR) for any size of vehicle or filter, the new Total Evolution FCM6000™ could provide a unique solution. Visitors to Automechanika will be able to speak to the DPF Recovery team about the cleaner.
DPF Recovery will be on stand ZZ154 in The Big Garage Event Zone of Automechanika from the 4th – 6th June at Birmingham’s NEC. Visitors wanting to make an appointment for a demonstration of either machine can email email@example.com to book their slot. DPF Recovery have also been invited to speak as part of the prestigious seminar programme at the Workshop Training Hub on Wednesday 5th June at 11.15am, in association with Autotechnician Magazine. Registration for Automechanika 2019 is free by visiting www.automechanika-birmingham.com.