Cleaning System provides diesel filter maintenance.

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Using non-thermal, dry cleaning technique to safely loosen and blow out collected ash in less than 15 minutes, AeroCLEAN(TM) System can safely clean filters in-field. Capable of handling all sizes of CleanAIR PERMIT(TM) filters, enclosed cleaning system uses no heat or electricity, requiring only compressed air source for its dry cleaning method. Large containment area allows for repeated maintenance of multiple filters before collected material is removed.



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Easy Fleet Maintenance with the CleanAIR AeroCLEAN(TM) for Diesel Particulate Filters



August 29, 2007

Santa Fe, NM - August 29, 2007 - Today's diesel fleet managers are challenged by new equipment technology and stringent air quality regulations. Keeping diesel particulate filters clean and in good working order is one of those challenges. The AeroCLEAN(TM) System developed by emissions control manufacturer, CleanAIR Systems, offers fleet managers a fast, easy and safe solution for filter maintenance.

Over time, self-cleaning diesel particulate filters can build-up a layer of non-combustible ash that requires cleaning of a fleet's exhaust filters. This routine maintenance allows the filters to function properly, as well as extends the life of the filter. Without the correct equipment and understanding of filter technology, the cleaning process can become a problem. If water or solvents are used to dislodge ash, ceramic filters can be negatively affected. High heat methods can cause thermal shock and may crack or melt filters. CleanAIR's AeroCLEAN(TM) extends the life of a filter by using a non-thermal, dry cleaning technique to safely loosen and blow out collected ash in under 15 minutes.

Originally designed for a select market segment using off-road equipment retrofitted with CleanAIR PERMIT(TM) Filters, the AeroCLEAN(TM) is capable of safely cleaning filters in-field. The cleaning system requires no electricity and is safe enough to use on a daily basis if frequent cleaning is necessary to keep a fleet's diesel particulate filters in top shape.

With new on- and off-road regulations looming on the horizon and particulate filters becoming an integral part of emissions control for diesel vehicles such as construction and mining equipment, the AeroCLEAN(TM) is reaching a wider market looking for a safe, effective way to service fleet vehicles.

The AeroCLEAN(TM) handles all sizes of CleanAIR PERMIT(TM) Filters. The enclosed cleaning system uses no heat or electricity, requiring only a compressed air source for its dry cleaning method. Utilizing a rugged, sturdy construction, the AeroCLEAN(TM) can be taken directly into the field for as-needed cleaning of vehicle filters. The unit's large containment area allows for repeated maintenance of multiple filters before collected material is removed. With a cleaning cycle of less than 15 minutes, the AeroCLEAN(TM) is a fast, easy solution for cleaning diesel particulate filters.

For more information on CleanAIR Systems' AeroCLEAN(TM), visit www.cleanairsys.com.

About CleanAIR Systems:
CleanAIR Systems is a technology-based corporation manufacturing emissions control systems with worldwide distribution. Their products are designed to control air pollution such as diesel particulate matter and NOx, for on- and off-road vehicles, as well as stationary machinery and power generation. Visit CleanAIR Systems online at www.cleanairsys.com.

Company Name: CleanAIR Systems
Address 1: PO Box 23449
City: Santa Fe
State: NM
Zip: 87502
Country: USA
Phone: 505-474-4120
URL: www.cleanairsys.com

Contact Name: Louise Roach
Organization: CleanAIR Systems
Title: Marketing Manager
E-mail: louise@cleanairsys.com

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