Decarbonizing is a scientific process that produces an eco-friendly, organic gas that removes carbon deposits from critical combustion components. This procedure assists the combustion process of existing fuel (gasoline or diesel) and provides a more effective burn. This will not replace the primary fuel, however, you will enjoy substantial fuel savings, and engine components will operate better and last longer.
Decarbonizing is a necessary preventative maintenance service for fleet vehicles that use gasoline or diesel fuel. In addition, Decarbonizing reduces emissions by up to 80%.
Decarbonizing can significantly reduce overall operating costs and downtime.
Decarbonizing gas is injected into the air intake manifold of the vehicle at idle
to improve combustion efficiency and fuel economy.
In a standard engine, the combustion cycle is very fast: 0.007 seconds. Most of the fuel molecules are too large to burn completely in this extremely limited time. The Decarbonizing process burns more efficiently and travels through the combustion chamber 10X faster than a gasoline flame.
When Decarbonizing is added to the combustion chamber, the flame travels faster and the fuel is exposed to flame sooner and for a longer period of time. The result is a cleaner, more complete burn, which eliminates carbon deposits keeping critical components clean so that they operate more
effectively for a much longer period of time.
Components Decarbonizing cleans/restores:
1) Intake Manifold 2) Intake Valves 3) Exhaust Valves 4) Piston Crowns 5) Fuel Injectors
6) Piston Rings 7) Glow Plugs 8) Turbos 9) Exhaust Manifold 10) Combustion Chambers
11) Exhaust Line 12) Oxygen Sensors 13) Spark Plugs