Here’s an overview of how our DPF/DOC cleaning system works
We test all filters, before during and after cleaning. Due to the effectiveness of our pneumatic cleaning program, only 1 out of 8 filters require a thermal regeneration to burn off any remaining soot deeply set in the ceramic cell walls.
Air Flow Testing
Our tests are calibrated specifically for precision measuring of air flows on DPF filters.
Before and after measurements ensure warranty compliance.
Used by engine and truck OEMs as the standardized test bench.
Identifies defective filters.
Monitors filter performance and improvement at every stage of the cleaning process.
The TrapBlaster™ is the flagship of the FSX product line, utilizing patented technology to clean filters significantly better than competing designs.
We use a controlled regeneration process, carefully programmed to deliver just the right amount
Our thermal process uses ambient air while heating. No air being pumped though the filter reduces
the risk of cracking the filter or causing thermal stress.
100% of soot is burned off during the thermal regeneration in the TrapBurner.
Soot & Dust Collection
Captures diesel particulate released from Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) being cleaned using the FSX TrapBlaster Pneumatic Cleaner.
Automatic online self-cleaning cycle pulses dust out of internal filters to drop into the bottom Quick-Release Bucket while operating.
Two stage filtration.