How long should a parked regen last?

How long should a parked regen last?

approximately 20-40 min
A Parked Regeneration will stop if the key is turned to the off position, the truck is put into gear or the parking brake is released. The regeneration will take approximately 20-40 min. The regeneration is complete when the engine returns to low idle and the DPF lamp remains off.

How often should you do a parked regen?

low temperature regen will start every 150-180 engine hours. Sometimes there will be high temperature regen while vehicle is in motion and DOC outlet temperature will rise up to 1200F. It may take 20-30min. Forced parked regen you can start when dpf is in Zone 1 .

What’s the difference between parked and parked Regen?

Parked Regen. Parked regen is a more manual process that requires you to stop working. When the regen light comes on, here’s what you do: Park your tractor on a flat surface in a well-ventilated area. Keep the engine running in idle.

Do you have to perform a Parked Regeneration?

When this happens, you must pull over and perform a parked regeneration. Pull over safely on a paved or gravel surface. Do not perform a parked regeneration on grass or soil as the exhaust becomes very hot and can cause a fire.

What should ambient temperature be for parked Regen?

NOTE: If a parked regeneration is being performed to check NOx conversion, the calculated ambient temperature in the ACM (AS053) must be above 0°C (32°F) or the test will fail. NOTE: If the HEST LAMP is FLASHING, a regeneration is in process and the system is coming up to temperature.

What does parked Regen mean on Green Tractor?

Looks like that means soot is at the dealer only “service level” and the engine will derate. The filter may need a manual cleaning?? My understanding is that the parked regen is the tractor’s last ditch effort to clean the filter automatically before it has to go to the dealer for service.