Carbon Clean, the engine decarbonising system that works with tap water, has launched a new compact CC-14 machine to complement the existing CC-16 unit.
Both machines use electrolysis-based cleaning technology to remove the carbon deposits in engines which can cause loss of power, increased fuel consumption and more wear to engine components.
Carbon deposits in modern engines are a growing problem yet the CC-14 machine can effectively clear this stubborn problem in just 30 minutes.
The CC-14 Carbon Clean machine breaks water down into an oxyhydrogen (HHO) gas mixture which is then blown into the engine to accelerate combustion and clear residues, thanks to the catalytic properties of hydrogen.
Despite packing a powerful punch, CC-14 uses an economical 1.3 kW of power to produce 600 litres per hour of HHO. It measures just 65cm x 35cm x 86cm and weighs only 30 kg.
It’s ideal for smaller engines and offers ‘walk away’ capability thanks to automated process controls that shut down the machine once a job’s completed. The CAMS fail-safe safety cut-out ensures the machine will automatically shut down to prevent any gas escaping if the engine stops during the cleaning process too.