Twenty-element systems

This system consists of three parts:
1) A filter housing containing twenty heated filter elements
2) A control panel containing the electrics
3) An air pump

The control panel needs to be wired in to the mains, and incorporates the button which is used to start the regeneration process. On a standby-generator it is best practice to regenerate the filter after each test run, but we also include an exhaust back pressure monitoring system in the control panel which illuminates an LED if the back pressure gets too high.

Power supply required

  • 230 VAC, 50 Amps


  • Plant and machinery with diesel engines producing up to 100 kW
  • Standby diesel generators up to 100 kVa


  • Typically allows eight hours’ running between regenerations
  • Regeneration only takes 15 minutes
  • Engine will normally still run, even if the filter is not regenerated at the required intervals (but will emit black smoke)
  • Reduces particulate emissions by about 80% by mass
  • Works at any exhaust gas temperature
  • Easy installation, downstream of the silencer
  • Simple operation
  • Very reliable
  • No maintenance or consumables required