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DPF cleaning challenges in heavy duty workshops | Sooting it out

Posted by Becca Knight on August 09, 2017

It is easy to forget that the soot and ash trapped inside a diesel particulate filter is a highly toxic cocktail of ‘matter’ that has been purposefully prevented from being jettisoned into the atmosphere along with the exhaust gas from diesel engines. If it serious enough to be a legal requirement for vehicle manufacturers to ensure that the public are protected from breathing in particulate matter (PM) , then it follows that it is equally important to do the same for workshop staff when they are emptying out a DPF.

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Topics: DPF cleaning, DPF 300 Master Series, DPF filters, safe working, particulate matter, heavy duty workshops, heavy duty dpfs, duty of care

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