Carbon Clean, the engine cleaning system that works on tap water, will be outlining the Carbon Clean Centre opportunity to garages and mobile engineers visiting Mechanex Manchester at Event City on 16th and 17th May.
Carbon deposits in engines are a growing problem. Un-burnt residues cause a host of headaches for drivers such as loss of power, increased fuel consumption and more wear to engine components.
In response, Carbon Clean aims to grow a UK network of garages – called Carbon Clean Centres – to deliver quick, clean and effective treatments to their customers’ cars. The Centres will all benefit from marketing support, equipment operator training and technical support. Mobile operators can also join as Carbon Clean Engineers.
The technology that sets the CC-16 machine apart is its use of electrolysis to break tap water down into oxygen and hydrogen molecules which are blown into the engine as an oxyhydrogen (HHO) gas mixture.
The cleaning potential of oxyhydrogen is well established. The CC-16 machine delivers this proven technology in a small, reliable and affordable workshop unit. Oxyhydrogen acts inside the engine to both improve combustion and break down residues.
“The treatment takes 30 minutes,” said Chris Phipps, National Sales Manager for Carbon Clean. “The Mechanex show is just a great opportunity to show the quality of the machine and answer questions on the support programme we’ve placed behind it.”
The typical reaction according to Chris is often “initially disbelief and then amazement” that engines can be effectively be cleaned with tap water.
“Obviously there’s some technology to transform the water before anything gets cleaned!” he’s quick to add.
Mechanex promise a free programme of seminars on technical developments, legislation and workshop problems that will be more extensive than ever for 2017.
Doors open to visitors from 10am. Garages are advised to beat the queues by registering now for free entry at http://mechanex.info/. To find out more about Carbon Clean visit https://carbon-clean.co.uk/.