What is Regeneration?
In North America, Tier 4 B/Final regulation was implemented in 2014, with the goal of reducing emissions from nonroad diesel engines. Some competitive utility tractors require a diesel particulate filter (DPF) to deliver cleaner emissions and filter the exhaust.
Regeneration is the process that burns the soot accumulation inside the DPF in order to “clean” it. This process requires farmers to sit and wait and DPFs require routine maintenance – wasting time, fuel, and money.