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Transit DPF Problems
Transit DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) problems are an increasingly common issue that is being experienced by transit owners around the world. Transit DPFs are designed to capture and store particles of soot and other emissions created by diesel engines in order to reduce overall emissions. As the DPF collects and stores more particles, it becomes clogged and needs to be replaced or cleaned. Unfortunately, this can be an expensive process and, if not done properly, can lead to further damage and performance issues.
The most common problem associated with Transit DPFs is fouling. Fouling occurs when the DPF becomes clogged with too much soot, ash, and other particles, leading to a decrease in the overall performance of the engine. If left unchecked, it can even lead to engine failure. Fouling can be caused by a number of factors, including extended periods of idling, short trips, or running the engine in an environment with poor air quality.
Another issue is related to the regeneration process. In order to clean the DPF, the engine needs to be run at higher temperatures, usually around 1,100 degrees Celsius. If the engine is not able to reach this temperature, the regeneration process will not be successful, leading to further build up of soot and other particles.
Finally, there is the issue of moisture. If moisture is able to make its way into the DPF, it can lead to corrosion, which can cause further
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