THE AQUEOUS DPF CLEANING MACHINE
Item # FTM 1100
The Aqueous DPF Cleaning Machine offers fast, computer-controlled cleaning for all sizes and types of filters – including odd-shaped light-duty and off-road systems without the need to cut the units open.
- Pre-soak station for application of proprietary surfactant that embodies particles & loosens debris.
- Edge-to-edge cleaning to flush debris from the filter with 600 gallons of recirculated water in a self-contained, dual-filter system.
- Continuous low-pressure / high-volume water stream allows water to navigate around cell wall structures.
- The non-destructive cleaning process does not compromise precious metals inside the filter.
- Made in the USA!
Adapters: Also, each Aqueous comes standard with an adapter set for filters with smaller size inlets, an extension hose, and a heavy-duty aluminum stand for odd-shaped DOCs.
Machine footprint: 79″ (2001 mm) height | 96″ (2438 mm) width | 72″ (1816 mm) depth including door clearance.
THE DRYING CABINET
2 Models: FTM 2000 (SINGLE Element) & FTM 2001 (DUAL Element)
The Filtertherm® Drying Cabinet is a turnkey solution for drying filters fast with heated, high-velocity air.
- The Quickest: Completely dries most Aqueous-cleaned filters in 20 minutes or less.
- Most Versatile: Accommodates DPFs up to 24″ in height and up to 18″ in diameter.
- Profitable: The ultimate competitive advantage in the diesel repair & cleaning market.
- Compact: Requires minimal shop space & the machine is easy to operate.
- American-Made: Designed and manufactured in Redding, CA, USA.
Adapters: The Drying Cabinet comes standard with 2 riser sets: a 12” diam and 18” diam. There is a Light Duty Dry-Out Kit that is for drying filters with smaller openings (sold separately).
Machine footprint: 79″ (2006.6 mm) height | 34″ (863.6 mm) width | 72″ depth including door clearance (1828.8 mm).
DPF INSPECTION TABLE
Item # FTM 8003
The Filtertherm® Inspection Table is an all-in-one inspection station that measures the DPF flow rate and weight of a filter to determine how much soot/ash is present before and after the cleaning cycle.
- Ergonomic height to transfer heavy filters more safely from table to cleaning machine and back again.
- Equipped with a powerful light that allows you to inspect the DPF for cracks.
- Use the scale and pressure display to get before and after cleaning weights, along with flow readings.
- Comes with adapter rings for different diam filters, & a holder for the wire rods used for pin testing.
- Comes with a USB charging port and a shelf for your smart device.
- Made in the USA!
Specs: Electrical: 120V 1 phase 19A power required.
Equipment Dimensions: 46” W x 33” D x 35” H (47” H including display head).
Shop footprint: 48” W x 36” D x 36” H (locking caster wheels).
Cleaning Equipment ROI
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For reference the MSRP prices on our cleaning packages are as follows:
Why Clean a DPF?
A DPF (diesel particulate filter) is designed to catch & oxidize soot (unburned fuel/lube oil) and turn it into ash. The ash is pushed to the bottom of the filter and stored there. Over time it builds up and requires cleaning. With the cost of some new DPFs soaring to over $12,000, routine maintenance is key in all aspects of the DPF.
Being proactive in your service intervals will decrease downtime, service expenses and increase proper system operation and profit. Thus, it’s important to regularly clean and maintain your filters, not only to preserve the functionality of the filter but to save on fuel and protect your engine.
Filtertherm® is establishing THE industry standard for DPF cleaning.
Having the right equipment is only half the game.
The other key is the cleaning process. Establishing and following the same proven process with every filter is the best way to ensure consistent results. Without this consistency, your results will vary from filter to filter.
The Filtertherm® team has spent close to 15 years cleaning tens of thousands of filters. We’ve fine-tuned and tested our methods in real-world cleaning facilities and we are happy to share them with you.
Educate your customers on DPF Cleaning
When you return the cleaned DPF and or re-install it on the customer vehicle, provide them the information they need for tracking and reporting. OE service recommendations are between 200,000 – 300,000 miles, or 4500 hours – whichever comes first. Aftermarket manufacturers of DPFs recommend cleaning at 50,000 – 70,000 miles, or 1,000 hours – whichever comes first.
Based on our experience, Filtertherm® recommends servicing your DPF at least once a year. Removing the soot more often will help extend the life and performance of the DPF system and your engine. Hardened ash build-up in the system restricts the flow and causes unnecessary engine failure issues.
Recommend a maintenance schedule that takes into consideration the real-world driving conditions of the vehicle. Trucks that are run in stop-and-go traffic or high idling situations often need dpf cleanings at closer intervals.
Did we mention…
Proudly MADE IN THE USA!
Why is DPF tracking so important for your operation?
When was the last time that DPF was cleaned? Or what was this DPF’s condition for previous cleanings?
FILTERtrak can answer these questions and more.
FILTERtrak is the best customizable software tool that manages all your service records & photos on each DPF cleaned and even generates cleaning reports for your customers.
FILTERtrak is a purpose-built, searchable tool for DPF Cleaning facilities and fleets and is used daily at our own DFP cleaning operations. It stores before/after filter pictures, vehicle info, filter info, cleaning records, and more. FILTERtrak is responsive and online making it simple to use, view, and access all your DPF service data on all kinds of connected devices! Way better than those complicated and clunky spreadsheets you might be using now.