CMP-DPF Particulate Filter Cleaner


Vehicles that have not been able to pass vehicle inspection checks in Turkey in the last few months may either illegally remove the catalytic converter from their vehicle or have to purchase a re-catalytic converter by paying a high price.

We clean the catalytic converter or particulate filter that is clogged in a very short time by combining our design patented proprietary machine with a special formula solvent. We clean the micro-level pores in the ceramic structure in 30 minutes without damaging any external parts, as clearly shown in the picture below, we open all the cells of the catalyst and mount again. The specially formulated solvent is active at high temperature (90 degrees Celsius) and only removes particulate, soot and burnt fuel deposits from the catalytic converter.

Since the catalytic converter has a very precise structure, it requires maximum attention during disassembly or post-cleaning installation.

In the meantime, if the ceramic structure contained in the catalytic converter is fractured or damaged, or if it is damaged in some way, it must not be cleaned or interfered with in any way.

This clean-up process turns off the fault lamp, the car relaxes, does not faint on the slopes, consumes less fuel and generates more power. It is possible to notice this situation as soon as you take a ride.

With your knowledge.

Product Specifications

CMP-DPF Particulate Filter Cleaner - GENERAL FEATURES

The catalytic converter (catalyst) or particulate filter is a part of the engine that is often added to the exhaust pipe immediately after the manifold, often designed to render harmful substances in the exhaust gas from the combustion chamber harmless. The exhaust gases that pass through the catalytic converter made of ceramic and which have a catalytic effect on the pores are converted into harmless substances by reacting in the special ceramic structure inside the catalytic converter. Catalyst The substances entering as NOx (nitrogen oxide), CO (carbon monoxide) and HC (hydrocarbons) are released into the exhaust air as non-harmful N2 (nitrogen), CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water, steam). In other words; The catalytic converter is a combustion chamber.                


Burns unburned toxic gases flamelessly, transforming nitrogen, oxygen and water into vapor and releasing it atmospheres. It is especially designed for trapping particulates or particulates in diesel vehicles fitted to the Euro 4,5,6 norms.

Some vehicles also have exhaust gas recirculation, called exhaust gas recirculation (EGR). The trivalent metal is used as a catalyst for all these operations.

Platinum : Provides oxidation.

Radium : To reduce the converter.

Palladium : Used to provide stabilization.

Working range : 480- 650 Celsius.

Converter life : 150,000 km. (average value)