Some of the BG Team came over from Wichita Kansas USA to conduct research and development with Frank and David Massey at the ADS Workshop last week. Despite watching England crash out of the world cup and USA advancing through the next stages our American cousins were more than sympathetic…. well at least for a couple of minutes.
A good catch up with plenty of beer, curry and diagnostics, it has definitely put a lot in perspective when it comes to the future of Diagnostics on modern diesel systems.
The aim and objective of the visit was to develop a universal process of applying a new product into the air-intake stream creating an environment and condition that would successfully remove carbon deposits from both the intake system and DPF. The good news is, and please appreciate our lack of specific details as we are subject to a confidentiality agreement.- a very successful result was achieved. However it was obvious and I make no apology that knowledge of DPF Functionality and a sound engineering approach which will almost certainly involve training.
As soon as we are free to comment there will be a full report with pictures on Autoinform.co.uk and this process will also be included in our DPF training program.