RILCO now offering new Diesel Maintenance Program

Rilco has partnered up with Diesel Force to offer a new Diesel Maintenance Program. The Diesel Force Diesel Maintenance System is a revolutionary comprehensive engine cleaning system designed exclusively for diesel engines equipped with modern emissions systems. When used at regular maintenance intervals, the system will increase power and fuel mileage while decreasing unscheduled maintenance due to emission system failures.

Performed with regular maintenance, this program will significantly reduce the need for regeneration and eliminate emissions system component failures. Replacing EGR valves, EGR coolers, VGTs and DPFs will become a thing of the past.

The Revolutionary EGR System Cleaner steals the show with unbelievable results! This unique solvent-free product is formulated to safely dissolve carbon buildup on contact. It is designed to restore your diesel engine back to factory conditions.

Rapidly expanding high volume foam is delivered simultaneously into the intake and exhaust side of the engine with our patented Diesel Force™ equipment. Buildup is removed from the inner surfaces and passageways of the induction system and all major emissions system components.

Features & Benefits

  • Decreases unscheduled down-time
  • Significantly reduces replacement part costs
  • Removes particle buildup from EGR and Induction System
  • Cleans the EGR cooler, reducing intake air temperature
  • Scrubs the DOC and DPF, reducing regeneration cycles
  • Increases turbo speed and boost, which increases efficiency
  • Smooths rough idle and improves performance
  • Cleans differential pressure sensor ports and grid heaters
  • Extends engine life


Just to give an update on the truck we ran this on. Right from when I left the shop, there was a major change in power. I could tell a hige difference in the amount of boost I was getting, and had no problem getting up to speed. Overall, the sound of the engine was quite a bit smoother from the way it was before we started. Before service we diagnosed a cracked DPF. After we got it back to our shop, we replaced a cracked DPF. In the old DPF, there was hardly any visible soot on the inlet side. It was cleaned back down to the ceramic, almost like new. The driver has had it back for only a couple of days, but says it hasn't run this good in at least 6 months. The truck came into the test needing a turbo, but that no longer needs changed. I am completely sold on purchasing one before too long.

- Justin D.

Shop Manager Midwest Sanitation

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