Make your car run “like-new”, in as little as 30 minutes. Carbon Cleaning allows you to restore engine parts rather than replace them.

What does Carbon Cleaning do?

  • Removes carbon deposits from all engine types
  • Restores engine performance and fuel consumption back to normal
  • Prevents wear of expensive engine parts (EGR valve, DPF, spark plus, valves, injectors, etc.)
  • Reduces intermittent acceleration cut-out and engine noise
  • Reduces exhaust fumes (see before and after emissions results to the right)
  • Facilitates vehicle inspections for pollution levels
  • Increases engine lifespan

How does it work?

A Carbon Cleaning technician will connect a hydrogen-powered decarbonizing machine to your vehicle. The machine connects through clamps on the battery, and a small hose in the air intake duct—it is completely non-invasive, and requires no disassembly of your vehicle. Hydrogen and air are mixed in the air intake, which does a few things:

  • It bonds with the carbon deposits, which loosens and breaks them up.
  • The hydrogen temporarily raises the engine temperature, which burns off and expels deposited carbon through the exhaust system.
  • The hydrogen and air also form water, which creates superheated steam that further loosens and breaks up the deposits.
Before and After Emissions Testing

What engine and emission control system parts are impacted by the cleaning?

 

  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)
  • Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF): diesel engines only
  • Catalytic Converter
  • Oxygen Sensor
  • Fuel Injector
  • Spark Plugs
  • Turbocharger
  • Engine Valve
  • Intake Manifold
Oxygen Sensor
Turbocharger
Intake Manifold
Spark Plug
Catalytic Converter
Engine Valve

Save fuel. Increase engine life.  Restore your vehicle to peak performance.  Reduce pollution.