Podcast: DPF cleaning and maintenance tips

Podcast: DPF cleaning and maintenance tips

Let’s talk DPF maintenance.

If you’re like most fleets, its one of your least favorite words in your vocabulary. DPFs have been known to be a maintenance headache basically since they arrived on the scene.

In today’s episode I talk with Tom Choate of Ceramex, a company with a unique method for cleaning the DPF. Tom tells us about that method, and gives more DPF maintenance tips, in the episode. Listen below, and catch up with more episodes of the Fleet Future podcast here.

Read more about the maintenance costs of the DPF here.

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