Carbon Clean have also developed Power Protect, a new solution to help prevent future carbon deposit build up in the DPF after it has been cleaned. Featuring the latest in Nano-Catalyst technology, Power Protect is designed to be used once the filter has been cleaned by the DCS-16 and causes soot to combust at lower temperatures (450 degrees compared to the standard 650 degrees), thus slowing the build up of impurities that eventually block the DPF and ergo increasing the effectiveness of the vehicles own DPF regeneration system.
This service can be offered to two types of customer, those experiencing problems related to a blocked DPF such as poor performance or visibly poor emissions and those wanting to ensure their diesel vehicle passes the new stricterMoT test.
Unlike Carbon Clean’s carbon cleaning machines the CC-16 and CC-14 there is no set RRP for the service. This coupled with the DCS-16’s low running costs means the potential for profit is significant. The DCS-16 makes an excellent pairing to one of Carbon Clean’s carbon cleaning machines or is an excellent off-ramp profit generator in its own right.