Why its required?
Engines accumulate carbon deposits primarily due to engines designed to cope with ever important anti-pollution requirements, speed limits, fuel quality and driving at low speeds to save on fuel.
What is a Engine Carbon Cleaning Machine?
Engine Carbon Cleaning is a process where a machine which is equipped with a Hydrogen Generator, and by the electrolysis of distilled water, Oxy-Hydrogen Gas is then produced. Once produced it transfers into the bubble tank before exiting through a tube into the air intake of the vehicle being cleaned .
How does HYDROGEN clean carbon deposit in the engine?
When hydrogen (H2) enters the compression chamber via the engine intake manifold, without pressure in petrol or diesel engines, the temperature in the engine causes the hydrogen molecules (H2) to “tear up” the hydrogen protons (2H +). Active H + reacts with the carbon deposits and the oxide within the engine. The Carbon and sludge is chemically transforming into hydrocarbon (HC) in the gaseous state and throws it out of the engine through the exhaust system. After treatment, there is no need to change engine oil and filter.
The machine acts to restore the optimum performance of your engine. Using hydrogen technology, carbon deposits are removed from the inner workings of the engine, which naturally build up during the lifetime of the vehicle.
By removing unwanted carbon build up, further engine deterioration and damage can be avoided. This will keep your engine working more effectively and smoothly for longer, creating an enhanced driving experience.
The technology works with all types of vehicle – from motorbikes to planes if it has a combustion engine then it can be done. Both petrol and diesel and LPG engines will show improvements irrespective of vehicle age and/or value.