Bus and Coach DPF cleaning
Excalibre have invested in high technology DPF cleaning and test equipment for diesel vehicles. We adhere to the same standards as all the major engine OEMs, including the use of the FSX cleaning centre, the cleaning process, testing, and reporting.
What is the DPF and why does it need cleaning?
A diesel particulate filter (DPF) captures and stores exhaust soot in order to reduce emissions from your bus or coach. Over time ash accumulates in the DPF - this ash needs to be removed in order to maintain the effective volume of the part and minimise exhaust back pressure. Low load operation can also cause the DPF to become blocked with soot that cannot be removed by the vehicles active regen system. The FSX cleaning process removes both ash and soot.
What we offer
• Bus DPF cleaning
• Bus silencer clean
• Coach DPF cleaning
• Coach silencer clean
• Euro cleans
Where we provide DPF Cleaning services
We have services centres in Gloucestershire and London, but can provide DPF cleaning and retrofit services across the UK including Kent, Essex, The Midlands and Greater Manchester.
Excalibre Tech work with coach and bus operators including the Transport of London.
The DPF Cleaning Process for buses and coaches
Managed Service for bus and coach fleets
We offer a managed service option for large fleets or buses and coaches. Float units are held by Excalibre and used to provide a service exchange option offering the following benefits:
• Minimised down time
• You maintain ownership of your own DPFs
• Excalibre handles all shipping between your sites
• Monthly reporting and database retention.