New York, NY, July 18, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- ECO Fuel Systems, LLC and its owners have been working since 1999 to help reduce Hydrocarbons. Unburnt Diesel Fuel Hydrocarbons is the soot that gets trapped in a (DPF) Diesel Particulate Filter. When it gets clogged it can cause a motor to shut down and stop running. The average cost to clean a DPF is $350 the average cost to replace a DPF (OEM) is $2,500+.
Diesel Owners and mechanics can now clean Diesel Particulate Filters in house for 75% less ($85). Cobra Clean is an answer. It is a Biodegradable Non-Acidic, Non-Caustic cleaning solution that until recently was used to clean the Aluminum exteriors on airplanes and ladders on Fire Trucks. In the recent past, a Fleet manager as a test soaked one of their DPF’s in a bucket of Cobra Clean for 24 hours. After removing it they drained and rinsed it out with a garden hose. The filter’s carbon buildup washed away and the filter was clean. They dried it, reinstalled it and the Diesel was back on the road, no codes or DPF issues.
Since then Fire Departments, Trucking Companies, School Districts, Coach Bus companies, EMS and more have been using Cobra Clean not only to clean their DPF's but everything else on a vehicle and in the shop.
The ECO Fuel System company has been dedicated to reducing pollution and maintenance with their ECOFuelMAX in-line fuel enhancer and now are sharing Cobra Clean with the public. For more information on a green product to help reduce the cost of maintaining or cleaning Diesel Motors call or go online (CobraCleanUSA).