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Say goodbye to expensive DPF filter cleanings and other costly diesel truck repairs with our DPF Cleaning service. Our technicians are trained to access and clean your DPF using our superior cleaning process, which restores components to OE specifications regarding filter air flow and soot accumulation ratio. Not only will this service save you money on repair costs, but it will also improve your fuel efficiency for greater revenue.


We also other DPF cleaning solutions including Ultrasonic cleaning method which utilizes proprietary high frequency sound waves at millions of impulses per second to break down the built-up soot and ash. Our specially formulated solution flushes particles away and keeps them from adhering back to the cell walls. DPF Alternatives offers superior DPF cleaning services as an alternative to costly OEM replacements. Complete On-Site Diagnostics

  • DPF Stationary Regen for EPA 2007 to Current (ISB, ISC, ISL, ISM, ISX)

  • DPF Service Regen

  • DPF System Reset

  • Trip Reset for EPA 2007 to Current (All ECUs)

  • After treatment reset for EPA 2007 to Current (All ECUs)

  • Fuel Injector Reset for EPA 2013 to Current (All ECUs)

  • Learned data reset

  • Read and clear faults, read freeze frames, read sensor data, and display emission test results



combined with our superior cleaning solution, allows us to proudly stand behind our ultrasonic cleaning for one year from the date of service, regardless of the number of hours or miles put on your engine. All ultrasonically cleaned Diesel Particulate Filters will receive unlimited free cleanings for twelve months from the date of your original cleaning, as long as you continue to own that vehicle or piece of equipment.

OUR PROMISE stands strong for all vehicle owners who follow the required manufacturer's maintenance schedule, and is only void if your filter becomes contaminated by oil and/or fuel, is cleaned or serviced by any non-DPF lternatives service center, or is damaged in any way such that it is no longer a properly functioning filter.

Diesel Particulate Filters are 'filters' that trap particles, in this case harmful diesel exhaust soot particles, so they have to be emptied regularly to maintain performance.

The Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) needs to be cleaned regularly, through a process called regeneration, either active, passive or forced regeneration, the accumulated soot is burnt off at high temperature (around 600`c) to leave only a residue of ash, effectively renewing or regenerating the filter, ready to take on more pollution from the engine.The filters need to be clean regularly or a diesel trucks engine performance is reduced significantly.  Fleet Mechanic


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