Carbon Clean add new small unit

Published:  16 August, 2018

Carbon Clean, the engine decarbonising system that works on 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 carbon deposits in engines which can cause loss of power, increased fuel consumption and more wear to engine components.
    
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.
    
CC-14 uses 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 is ideal for smaller engines and offers a ‘walk-away’ capability thanks to its automated process controls that shut down the machine once a job is completed.  The CAMS failsafe safety cut-out ensures the machine will automatically shut down to prevent any gas escaping if the engine stops during the cleaning process too.
    
Carbon Clean have recently completed a series of successful shows, culminating in Automechanika Birmingham 2017.

www.carbon-clean.co.uk

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