Diesel Carbon Cleaning
Diesel carbon build-up explained! This is the result caused by emission control equipment fitted to all our modern-day diesel engines designed to meet (ADR’s) Australian design regulations. From the early 2000s onwards and especially our common rail diesel engines from 2006 onwards. These systems are there to reduce (Nitrogen Oxide Gases) NOx emissions to produce cleaner exhaust gasses.
These engines are all fitted with exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) systems. Where a portion of the exhaust gases is routed back into the intake manifold of the engine, re-introducing them to a secondary combustion cycle, to be re-burnt & broken down to smaller particles. The presence of oil from the crankcase ventilation (engine breather) system is also forced back into the intake manifold.
This combination together of hot NOx Gases from the EGR and oil particles from the crankcase causes a claggy sticky, build-up of heavy carbon deposits inside your intake manifold, cylinder head, inlet valves and EGR system, that eventually solidifies over time.
Basically, the intake air passage of the engine becomes blocked, the airflow is so critical to our modern-day diesel motors it can cause rich AFRs (Air-Fuel Ratios) Excessive EGT Exhaust gas temperatures drastically, reducing the engine of power, fuel economy and performance.
This is the reason why we have designed our own Three Stage Intake clean system. After a full intake & EGR system clean, injection clean and top end engine conditioner, your engine will have its fuel economy and performance back.
Our in-house designed process has proven time and time again with results that will put a smile on your face.
- Blowing Smoke
- Reduce Power
- Poor Fuel Economy
- Rough Idle
- Turbo Lags
- Slow Acceleration
- Engine Light On (when really bad)
- Engine Knocking Noise (when really bad)