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Sensor bung repair
In addition to manufacturing sensor bungs we can install the new bung on your DPF in the OEM placement using high quality stainless welding.

External Repairs
Using High quality stainless steel welding techniques, we can repair external damage to the Dpf to get you on the road safer.


Our Process

Severe duty Diesel Particulate Filters [DPF] are baked in an extraction oven at varying time cycles and temperatures. A DPF will bake at a temperature between 800 – 1200 degrees for a length of time between four to eight hours [not including ramp up and cool down cycles]. This baking process reduced the particulate matter [soot] into ash.  This ash is easier to extract from the filter than the particulate matter in its “soot” form.

  After the filter is baked, it is placed in a blast cabinet.  This cabinet is a Proprietary design from Enviromotive Inc.. This blast cabinet pneumatically forces air into each individual cell at the exit side of the filter, while a high power vacuum draws the particulate matter from the inlet side.  Air is expelled through each cell until a reasonable amount of the particulate matter is removed from filter.  The filter is then tested for airflow with a MAGNAHELIC gauge – that measures pressure drop in inches of water column.  Acceptable airflow levels per Manufacturer specifications are required for each DPF service.  If a DPF does not register acceptable air flow [after a full service] it will go through another full service cycle [Bake and Blow out] until it measures an acceptable air flow level or the filter will be deemed unfit for use.

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