Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaning System

There's clean, and then there's GreenlaneHD clean.

Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs) are emissions devices installed on all over the road diesel engines manufactured beginning in 2007.

DPFs are designed to burn soot. Un-burnable ash gradually collects in the filter causing excessive back pressure and regenerations.

DPFs are expensive parts costing $2,300 to $8,000. GreenlaneHD can service your DPF at a fraction of the cost of a new filter. Failure to service your DPF can cause the following problems:

  • DPF Failure (Requiring replacement)
  • Down Time
  • Lower fuel economy

The DPF must be removed from the truck in order to be serviced. GreenlaneHD offers a fast turnaround for the high quality cleaning that is essential for maximum filter life.

Expertise when you need it.

Opened by owners with more than 60 years in the transportation, mining and rail industries, GreenlaneHD understands the frustration of units down and on the side of the road because of de-rated engines, plugged, or soiled DPF filters. Our goal is to provide maximum uptime for your fleet, letting you work more and worry less.

DPF filters are as important to your preventative maintenance routine as an oil change... or at least they should be. DPFs are recommended to get cleaned annually, 1000 hours, or 100000 miles to prevent downtime and breakdowns.

GreenlaneHD's Thermal Kiln.


Greenlane’s new DPF and DOC cleaning facility uses state of the art cleaning equipment to better serve the industry to meet the greatest emissions demands in history. GreenlaneHD's equipment is designed to clean every square inch rotating and roving across every hole and void across the filters top and bottom consecutively using the highest air operating pressure in the industry to safely loosen and remove the ash.

GreenlaneHD can tackle even the toughest DPF filters. Using our thermal kiln, we are able to bake the DPF to burn away deposits that otherwise couldn't be cleaned.

Every DPF is goes through a step process to determine the service it requires to return the filter back to within 15 percent of OEM specs. The flow test will aid in the deciding factor on which process to use whether it is blown, thermal baked, or liquid cleaned and dried. Every filter will have a data sheet assigned and provided with each clean.