Why your vehicle needs an Engine Carbon Clean;
When fuel like petrol & diesel burns in plenty of air the products are colourless gases, carbon dioxide and steam (water).
When it doesn't burn completely it produces soot (a black carbon deposit).
This happens in vehicle engines, not enough oxygen combines with the fuel and so soot is deposited in the cylinders and exhaust pipe.
Audi petrol FSi engines are particularly prone to this as the petrol is directly injected into the cylinders.
When carbon is cold it actually absorbs fuel and moisture, it can actually corrode your engine from the inside out.
Our climate is ideal for carbon build up due mostly to low temperatures and moisture in the air.
A lot of diesel engines do short journeys so a combination of
not getting fully warmed up or revved relatively hard for very long means they carbon up badly affecting the engine, EGR (exhaust gas recirculation valve), turbo and DPF (diesel particulate
All fuels are what is classified as hydro carbon's, which is essentially a bond of a fuel and carbon, and when the fuel is burnt off you are left with carbon. By adding hydrogen we are in basic terms reversing the process, hydrogen is then re-bonding with carbon and producing a methane like gas (which is the funny smell behind the car when cleaning) which is how it burns out without clogging the turbo, DPF, CAT etc.
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