The Parts Alliance has confirmed that a patent has been granted for Vetech’s ground-breaking DPF Professional Cleaner, which to-date has treated over 100,000 DPFs and saved motorists huge sums of money in replacement parts.
Vetech’s DPF Professional Cleaner works by breaking down and cleaning diesel particulates – which can contaminate the filters – leaving them to be rinsed away. The pour-in liquid has been shown to remove all visible dirt, soot and ash trapped in the filter cores, returning DPFs to over 95% of their ‘as new’ capacity.
Launched in 2015, the product was so well received that The Parts Alliance sought design protection rights to help garages avoid ‘inferior copy products’ in the wake of MOT changes imposing stricter emissions limits for diesel cars with DPFs.
The patent means that other ‘copycat’ DPF cleaning products should not be sold in the UK and Europe. Replicas often exclude or reduce key active ingredients in an attempt differ a copycat enough to not breach a patented superior product.
John Wright, Product Marketing Director at The Parts Alliance, explained: “This product really has changed the landscape of pour-in DPF cleaning solutions: not only is it unparalleled in its effectiveness, but your warranty won’t be affected by its usage.
“It was only a matter of time before attempts were made to bring sub-standard alternatives to the market, but this patent will help to rid the market of these imitators.”
The Parts Alliance is encouraging any motorist eager to improve emissions without compromising their warranties to speak to their local branch of The Parts Alliance.