Benefit from our many years of experience in cleaning particle filters

“In the industry of diesel particle filter cleaning, we have made a name for ourselves in 18 years of proven cleaning work and can completely clean all diesel soot particle filters (DPF), SCR catalysts and OXI catalysts for you at low cost.”

The total cost for cleaning is 390€, including return shipping and VAT. If additional catalyst cleaning is necessary, you can also have it carried out for an additional charge of € 50. If the filter cannot be cleaned due to a defect, there are of course no cleaning costs for you.

Dirty particle filter? Reprocessing or new purchase?

When the maximum filling level is reached, it is usually necessary to replace the filter, which is often associated with costs of several thousand euros.

  • Audi
    New priceca. 1.000€
    Our price375€
  • BMW
    New priceca. 1.000 € - 1.600 €
    Our price375€
  • Ford
    New priceca. 1.200€
    Our price375€
  • Opel
    New priceca. 2.000€
    Our price375€
  • Honda
    New priceca. 1.500€
    Our price375€
  • Mazda
    New priceca. 2.000 € - 3.000 €
    Our price375€
  • VW
    New priceca. 1.000 € - 1.500 €
    Our price375€

OUR SOLUTION: Turning old into new – because: new is not always better!

Through our reprocessing you can continue to rely on your original diesel particulate filter. In addition to optimum engine performance, this means that you can save up to 70% compared to buying a new filter.

Our gentle cleaning process makes it possible that the filter or the filter housing does not have to be opened, whereby damages are avoided and the durability of the individual components is guaranteed. This means that our cleaning does not involve any changes to the construction of the DPF. This change would have the consequence that the operating permit of the vehicle expires.

How much time the cleaning takes, depends on the degree of contamination of the filter. On average, more than 80% of the filters are completely cleaned and fully functional again within the first 24 hours. But even heavily soiled filters are as good as new after a maximum of three days.

After successful cleaning of the diesel filter, you will again have an almost new particulate filter, which has the same flow characteristics as a new filter, but without the need for expensive replacement.

 

Professional Particle Filter Cleaning- Good for...

YOU - because: DPF cleaning saves costs!
YOUR CAR - because: DPF cleaning protects the engine
OUR ENVIRONMENT - because: DPF cleaning helps the environment and we act in the sense of the environment.

We offer you a much cheaper alternative to replacement by cleaning your diesel particulate filter!

While a DPF new purchase is connected with high costs (up to 3000, – euro), the complete cleaning can be converted for 390, – Euro!

In the long term, the regular and professional cleaning will also be noticeable in the travel costs. Because: The more soot and ash deposits, the higher the exhaust back pressure. A higher fuel consumption results from the increasingly frequent self-regeneration of the vehicle.

 

If you do not have your diesel particulate filter cleaned in time, it can become clogged and even irreparably damaged.

Engine attachments can be damaged by clogged DPF. Then the costs rise and the trip to the workshop is inevitable.

Especially when the exhaust gases can no longer flow freely through the DPF, costly damage to the turbocharger/engine can quickly occur.

Due to the permanently increasing exhaust back pressure behind the turbine wheel, the turbocharger shaft is subjected to extreme loads and damage can occur to the axial bearing and compressor wheel.

Due to the clogged DPF, the turbocharger does not start running (up to 180 thousand revolutions per minute are normal, depending on model and type). This results in an unfavourable fuel/air mixture, resulting in even more soot and ash. In addition, the high counterpressure can lead to an increased engine oil level (because unburned diesel is pushed past the piston rings into the oil sump).

The diluted engine oil can cause major engine damage (tearing off of the lubricating film).

 

Cleaning your clogged diesel particulate filter as quickly as possible or having it replaced is not only good for your car and your wallet but also good for the environment.

Soot from diesel engines, for example, is now held responsible for five percent of cancers of the upper respiratory tract.

A clean, free, diesel particulate filter reduces exhaust emissions and ensures harmless particulate matter levels.

Is a DPF self-cleaner a cost-effective first aid solution for private/workshop use?

If the diesel particulate filter (DPF) is clogged or simply full and can no longer be regenerated, you should quickly take steps to avoid major damage and keep the cost of reconditioning the particulate filter low. If you do not clean the particulate filter in time, you must also reckon with higher fuel consumption due to the constant self-regenerations. In the worst case, even the engine can be permanently damaged by the increased exhaust back pressure. It is therefore very important that you have professional cleaning done when the particle filter is full or clogged.

After all, a new filter is quite expensive and can therefore only be purchased in an emergency.

Using a DPF cleaner for private use is problematic, as it rarely achieves satisfactory results – these cleaners are often even harmful!

Most diesel particulate filter cleaners (DPF cleaners) do not provide deep and lasting cleaning because they do not sufficiently remove soot and ash residues from the particulate filter. Perhaps such a cleaning will make individual honeycombs air-permeable again for a short time, but the deposited ash residues can only be removed sustainably in the dismantled condition.

Even in the case of forced regeneration in conjunction with a chemical cleaner, which is often used in workshops, the costs and benefits as well as the consequences must be thoroughly weighed.

For example, the chemical cleaners should not be used with a full DPF. If the solution cannot distribute evenly in the filter due to the filling state of the DPF and if the prescribed forced regeneration is then initiated after using the chemical cleaner, the increase in the combustion temperature can result in temperatures so high that the structures of the ceramic body of the filter can fuse. If this is the case, the costly replacement or purchase of a new filter remains. (Picture Ceramic fused Barten website under Cleaning insert here)

Therefore, it makes sense to have the diesel particulate filter (DPF) professionally cleaned when it is dismantled. In the end, this solution is much cheaper and the cleaning is really thorough and sustainable.

A thorough, efficient cleaning by a professional diesel particulate filter cleaner is always recommended, so that the vehicle continues to run well and the engine is not damaged. High fuel consumption is also not recommended these days. Therefore, it is always better to carry out a professional cleaning in a specialist company as soon as the first signs of a loaded filter appear. You will then be back on the road with optimum fuel consumption and full vehicle performance.

In principle, self-cleaning attempts with high-pressure cleaners, welding torches or other chemical agents such as oven spray are not recommended, as this often causes damage to ceramics/monolith.