DPF gun particulate filter cleaning fluid

Published:  02 November, 2017

Launch UK recently introduced its diesel particulate filter (DPF) gun to its range of diagnostic equipment. This is complemented by the DPF gun particulate filter cleaning fluid.

 

Vehicles with a free-flowing DPF will see increased engine performance, a reduction of smoke from the exhaust, increased fuel economy and a reduction in exhaust noise. In addition they will experience less frequent warning light activation.

 

Launch UK’s DPF gun particulate filter cleaning fluid dissolves the soot and carbon content inside the filter. It is available in 1000ml containers.

www.launchtech.co.uk

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