De-scaling is a process of removing soot, or carbon, from your engine. These deposits, made of unburnt hydrocarbons end up clogging your engine as well as other parts such as the EGR valve, Particulate Filter or even the turbocharger.
Engine de-scaling is achieved by enriching the air-fuel mixture in your combustion engine with hydrogen injection. Application is efficient and non-aggressive, as no corrosive products are introduced to your engine. The carbon is dissolved inside the engine and naturally evacuated with the exhaust gases.
A clean engine is a healthy engine. De-scaling can improve engine starting, lower fuel consumption, improve performance, reduce black smoke, and improve acceleration.
By regaining its original performance, your vehicle will emit less CO2
With recent anti-pollution standards, especially measures on exhaust gas opacity, de-scaling your engine by hydrogen injection reduces black smoke and makes passing the Roadworthiness Checks easier.
Whether diesel or petrol, unclogging your engine will emit fewer particulates.
Almost three-quarters of the faults that occur with the engines are caused by carbon deposits.
New anti-pollution standards and speed restrictions increase carbon deposits in the engine and thus increase the possibility of the appearance of dashboard lights, or more seriously, of breakdowns.
By choosing de-scaling by hydrogen injection, you will avoid clogging and replacing expensive parts, such as the EGR valve (around £350), injection pump (around £1,000) or even the turbocharger (up to £3,000).
Fuel consumption will reduce by up to 15%.