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Your exhaust system is an incredibly important part of your heavy-duty vehicle. Not only does it suppress engine noise and funnel emissions away from your passenger compartment, but it also serves as an emissions control system. If your exhaust is damaged, whether it be an exhaust leak or a clogged DPF, you can rest assured knowing we offer the right services for you. We’ll have your exhaust patched and your DPF cleaned before you know it! We here at Neudorf Enterprises pride ourselves on our fast and affordable services. We won’t be happy until you are too!

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The Danger of Exhaust Leaks

Exhaust leaks are a lot more dangerous than some may think. If your exhaust fumes are exiting your exhaust before they’ve had a chance to travel the full length of your tubing, you may be at risk of inhaling them. This is especially true if the leak is near your passenger compartment. Exhaust fumes are a known carcinogen, and as such, inhaling them is extraordinarily bad for you. 

How Exhaust Emission Control Systems Work

Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)

Your DPF is responsible for catching soot and diesel particulate matter. Your DPF is fastened to your exhaust tubing and, as such, must be traversed by diesel exhaust before it can enter the atmosphere. One important thing to note about your DPF is that its storage capacity is finite and, as such, must be cleaned out regularly. We here at Neudorf Enterprises offer this service for heavy-duty vehicles of all kinds. 

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Catalyst

Your SCR catalyst is responsible for reducing the number of nitrogen oxides that exit your exhaust system. This particular component works by breaking down nitrogen oxides into water, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide. The elements are then dealt with individually. When separated, they are significantly less harmful.

Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC)

Your heavy-duty vehicle’s DOC is responsible for reducing the amount of carbon monoxide that exits your exhaust tubing. This particular component is usually used alongside both your SCR catalyst and DPF.

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