Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaning
DPF Cleaning At Mercury Car Centre
It is illegal to remove your DPF, doing so can result in a fine, and an invalid insurance policy.
Every 300 miles or so your DPF will super-heat in order to burn off and empty the excess soot in a process known as ‘regeneration’. Every time your DPF regenerates residual carbon ash is left behind, over time this build-up can block your DPF and cause numerous problems with your engine. If your DPF can not regenerate due to a carbon buildup blockage a warning light on your dashboard may appear.
If your DPF has become blocked, or your warning light is displaying on your dashboard, make a booking today! DPF Clean and regenerate starts from £249 plus VAT – removal of the DPF is charged extra POA.
Carbon Build-Up Cleaning
Get the highest quality carbon cleaning treatments to help maintain your vehicle and keep it running as smoothly as possible.
Our products use water and cutting-edge HHO engine cleaning technology, using electrolysis to split water molecules into oxygen and hydrogen in order to produce HHO gas.
Oxyhydrogen gas is fed into the car’s engine through the air intake valve, and mixed with the air and fuel in the combustion chamber. When these all mix the HHO gas is able to combust at a higher temperature than the fuel, thus harmlessly atomising any carbon deposits in the DPF.
A blocked DPF can prove costly to replace, therefore, thoroughly cleaning your Diesel Particulate Filter is a much more sensible alternative. We can remove 100% of ash and soot build-up from your DPF, and are equipped with numerous accessories in order to accommodate all Diesel Particulate Filters.
Every time your DPF regenerates residual carbon ash is left behind, over time this build-up can block your DPF and cause numerous problems with your engine. In order to remove this buildup oxyhydrogen gas is fed into the car’s engine through the air intake valve, and mixed with the air and fuel in the combustion chamber. When these all mix the HHO gas is able to combust at a higher temperature than the fuel, thus harmlessly atomising any carbon deposits in the DPF.
Carbon cleaning is the most common fix for a vehicle’s DPF. If your dashboard DPF warning light has come on, it is common that carbon buildup can be clogging your DPF, hindering its ability to regenerate, cleaning your DPF with oxyhydrogen is the best way to eliminate 100% of carbon residue and restore your DPF to its full potential.
Keeping your DPF Carbon free can enhance your driving experience by smoothing out your engine’s performance and restoring vehicle torque production. Carbon cleaning your vehicle can also revitalize the inlet system and restore reduced horsepower. Carbon cleans have been seen to increase engine performance, boost fuel economy and even reduce engine noise.
Tyres wearing unevenly can happen for several reasons. Most often, this is caused by tyres that are over or underinflated or suspension that is worn out. However, incorrect toe alignment can cause your tyres to wear unevenly and decrease their life span. Avoid this from happening by making alignment checks a part of your regular car maintenance routine.
Yes. Getting your car’s misalignment positions corrected will give you a much smoother drive. This is due to your car and steering wheel no longer pulling to one side, making your drive much easier and less stressful.