Engine carbon deposits have a measurable effect on performance, emissions and fuel economy. Routine carbon cleaning has been shown to prevent these problems, and remedial cleaning removes more severe deposits that have already formed.

Carbon deposits have been a problem for the Internal combustion engine since it was invented. It is a known fact that carbon deposits in Internal Combustion Engines reduce engine performance, reduce fuel efficiency, shorten engine/equipment/parts life and increase engine out emissions.

In the quest to improve engine performance, reduce pollutants in the atmosphere and increase engine fuel efficiency. Governments all over the world are increasing emission regulations.

To meet these ever increasing regulations manufacturers are employing additional emission controls to the Internal Combustion engines. Simply put, the manufactures are asking the Internal combustion engine to do more things than it was ever designed to do. As a result, the carbon deposit problem has become more frequent and severe, creating a whole new set of problems and challenges.

Below are some of the common symptoms that may indicate that your vehicle maybe in need of a Carbon/DPF Clean:

Excessive Exhaust Smoke

Clogged EGR Valve

Dirty Turbo-Charger

Dirty Engine Valves

Dirty Inlet Manifold

Carbon on Piston & Cylinder