FTC Decarbonizer is a very low-cost solution, which addresses the root cause of these DPF problems. By doing this fundamental action, DPF regeneration cycles are reduced significantly, even under light duty operation, and the ongoing benefit is greater engine efficiency and reduced repair/maintenance time and cost.
“The FTC Decarbonizer has worked well with my Nissan Caravan 3.0 ltr Diesel, the DPF used to clog and need a regen and reset every 3-4 months. I haven’t had to plug in and run the “clean’ since March 2020 (it’s now March 2021). Thanks Team, a great product that does what it claims!” Ross D. New Zealand
“Our 2012 Kenworth with the Paccar engine was really having a major problem with DPF Regens. The engine has around 500,000 miles. It was doing a forced regen around twice a week, and the light was constantly on a lot of the time. We started using the FTC Decarbonizer and within a couple weeks we noticed things were improving. The check light hadn’t come on in over a week or more, and now 3 weeks later it completely stopped with the forced regens. And we’ve noticed the engine seems to be running smoother and stronger. From what we’re seeing, this stuff works. Thanks.” Will M, Leland, NC
Does FTC Decarbonizer really work? Yes, it does! Find out here.
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FTC Decarbonizer – Which size do I need?Scott2021-01-20T11:16:40-07:00
Choose the most appropriate size FTC Decarbonizer for your particular need. Various size options are available –
FTC Decarbonizer is added directly to the fuel tank – gasoline or diesel.
16 ounces of FTC Decarbonizer is usually enough to treat a small car or SUV-type vehicle.
32 – 64 ounces of FTC Decarbonizer is usually enough to treat small to medium trucks, RV’s and some machinery.
1 gallon & 2 gallons of FTC Decarbonizer is usually enough to treat large trucks and machinery.
Not all fuel treatments are DPF compatible…
Don’t use a fuel additive or injector cleaner unless it is DPF-compatible. There is an increased risk of the DPF clogging by putting a poor-quality fuel treatment in a vehicle’s diesel fuel. If the product isn’t DPF compatible, it’s creating a bigger problem! Unfortunately, some drivers have fallen into the trap of purchasing an injector cleaner off the shelf from the local auto parts store, without checking to see if the product is DPF compatible.
Some products contain substances that do not burn cleanly and actually increase the long-term issue of ash build up in the exhaust areas, clogging the Diesel Particulate Filter. These particles cannot be fully burned off by the DPF Regeneration cycle. Unfortunately, running a fuel cleaner through the engine might seem to be the right thing to do, but in many cases, this is just creating bigger problems. If the product is NOT DPF compatible, don’t use it in your diesel fuel.
FTC Decarbonizer, CRD Fuel Enhancer, and Cleanpower are 100% DPF compatible – perfect for today’s modern diesel engines. Designed to keep your engine clean, maximize fuel atomization, and more importantly, avoid DPF problems.