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IFBC313 is superior Fuel Borne Catalyst which improves performance of DPF regeneration cycles, expands life time and reduces maintenance cost of soot filters, along with reducing fuel consumption and harmful pollutants emission. IFBC 313 is stable emulsion of Nano-scale multiple metals oxides that using the capacity to store and release catalytic oxygen and sharp declining in oxidation temperature profile of trapped soot.

Diesel particulate filter DPF

Nowadays, as response to air pollutants concentration increase in atmosphere because of transportation and industrial activities, some different technology has been developed to reduce and control air pollutants emission. One of the most harmful air pollutants is Particulate Matter (PM) in which causes some dangerous illness like cardiovascular disease and Respiratory disease. DPF (diesel particulate filter) is one of the most effective technologies that reduces PM emission up to 99.9 percent.

The main challenges to use DPF is
Back pressure

The main challenges to use DPF is back pressure in the exhaust path as a result of filter filling with soot particles. By passing time, filters are filled by soot particles and then back pressure increases in exhaust system. In this situation engine efficiency reduces and finally fuel consumption increases. Therefore it is necessary to find a way to regenerate trapped filters.

Engine Efficiency
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Filter Filling with soot Increasing Back Pressure Reducing Engine Efficiency Increasing Fuel Consumption

FBC, an Outstanding Way to Regenerate Filter

One of the common and useful method to regenerate and clean filter is using FBCs (fuel born catalysts). Metals and metal oxides compounds in FBC cause to reduce oxidation temperature of trapped soot and help to regeneration of filter.

Ilya science and technology development company has produced a nanostructure fuel catalyst with IFBC 313 commercial name, which has tremendous effects on other fuel catalysts.

IFBC313 cause sharp declining in oxidation temperature profile of trapped soot by using the capacity to store and release catalytic oxygen.


  • Reducing number of regeneration cycles
  • Continuous regeneration of DPF
  • Improving DPF performance
  • Reducing maintenance cost of filter
  • Regeneration of DPF during all driving cycles even in idle situation
  • Increasing filter filling time period
  • Regeneration of DPF even in high sulfur content of diesel fuel
  • Reducing pollutants emission during combustion process
  • Fragment of particulate matters to very small particles
  • Reducing DPF volume
  • Economical compact storage volumes
  • Economical low active treat rates
  • Compatibility with the non-aggressive solvents in low cost plastics and elastomers