DPFTRAC'S Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Cleaning Standards, Procedures, Compliance, EPA 's PM 2.5
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DPFTRAC's new DPF cleaning white paper just released shows even more ways fleet, heavy duty diesel equipment owners can save hugely on fuel with preventative DPF maintenance. A treasure trove of analytical data reveals secrets managers must know.

WILMINGTON, Calif. - Californer -- Diesel particulate filter (DPF) is a device designed to remove diesel particulate matter or soot from the exhaust gas of a diesel engine.

Fine particulate matter (PM 2.5) is an air pollutant that is a concern for people's health when levels in air are high.

The Environmental Protection Agency regulates PM 2.5 and is set to toughen compliance requirements surrounding diesel trucks and equipment that release PM 2.5 into the air. DPFTRAC's digital compliance forms meet standards; detail levels of soot removed from diesel vehicles' filters.

Now DPFTRAC has newly released the "Diesel Particulate Filter, DPF, Cleaning Standards, Procedures and Practices White Paper." All fleet owners, shop managers and heavy duty equipment owners seeking to increase fuel savings and to meet the new Environmental Protection Agency more restrictive PM 2.5 compliance regulations should read this DPFTRAC white paper. It is expansive in detail as it documents how to properly clean a diesel particulate filter so the filter meet compliance levels by cleaning DPFs back to OEM standards.  The DPFTRAC DPF cleaning white paper provides astonishing amounts of fuel-saving, analytical, DPF cleaning data captured during preventive maintenance of over 3000 heavy duty diesel cleanings.  These filters revealed secrets managers must know.

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FSX Inc. is headquartered in Granite Falls Washington and founded by Cole Waldo. FSX has remained the preeminent national leader in DPF cleaning machinery and technology.  OEMs and dealerships like Kenworth and Peterbilt (PACCAR companies) trust FSX machines to clean their filters more effectively than other DPF cleaning companies. FSX worked closely with DPFTRAC a Southern California company located adjacent to the Port of Los Angeles to develop a near-perfect software companion for the FSX's DPF cleaning equipment.  The software is named  Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaning and Tracking System (DPFTRAC) (https://dpftrackingsystem.com/).  DPFTRAC's DPF cleaning and tracking functions are "powerful," according to Waldo.  The DPFTRAC "user interface brings a lot to the customer."

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DPFTRAC's Diesel Particulate Filter, DPF, Cleaning Standards, Procedures, and Practices, Maintenance White Paper can be freely accessed and read here: https://dpftrackingsystem.com/portal/dpftracdpfcleaningwhitepaperindustrystandard/DPF-CLEANING-WHITE-PAPER.html

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