Carbon Cleaning

Engine carbon cleaning is a growing industry and a popular method of cleaning the inside of a vehicle’s engine.

Over time, a combustion engine builds up internal deposits, such as carbon, tars, gums, etc. While these are natural by-products of the combustion process, they can accumulate and affect the performance of an engine, including emissions, power and efficiency.

The process of carbon cleaning removes deposit buildups and other contaminants from various components of a vehicles engine.

Carbon cleaning has a number of benefits including:

Improved Performance

When carbon depostis buildup overtime this can lead to restricted airflow and fuel flow resulting in reduced engine performance.  Carbon cleaning helps to remove the deposits resulting in increased power and better fuel efficiency.

Enhanced Fuel Efficiency

Carbon deposits can disrupt proper air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber. The cleaning process removes these deposits resulting in a better fuel efficiency and lower fuel consumption.

Extended Engine life

Carbon buildup can lead to increased wear and tear on various components resulting in a shorter engine lifespan. Keeping the engine clean can help to reduce early wear and tear and extend the overall life of your vehicles engine.

Not all vehicles will require Carbon cleaning so its important that you consult one of our experienced technicans here at BWR 24hrs Mobile Tyre Services Ltd, we will get your vehicle booked and help to diagnose whether Carbon cleaning is required.

 

Questions and Answers

How do I know if my vehicle requires Carbon Cleaning?

There are a number of signs to look out for:

  • Decrease engine performance
  • Reduced fuel effieciency
  • Engine mis firing
  • Increased exhaust emissions

The above issues may also be unrelated to Carbon build up so its best to consult one of our trained techncians at BWR 24hrs Mobile Tyre Services Ltd to properly diagnose the issue with your vehicle. 

How often should Carbon cleaning be carried out?

It is recommended that Carbon Cleaning is carried out every 30,000 to 50,000 miles or as specifed by your vehicle manufacturer.

The frequency is based on a few factors including:

  • Vehcile make and model
  • Driving conditions
  • Fuel quality

It is also possible that your vehicle doesn't require Carbon cleaning so we recommend that you consult one of our a trained technician

Can I carry out Carbon cleaning using a DIY kit?

There are kits available to purchase however it is important to note that you will require some technical knowledge and have the correct tools to carry it out properly.

If you are usure in anyway then we recommend that it is left to a trained technican otherwise it could lead to expensive irreparable damage.

How long does carbon cleaning take?

There are various methods used for the process, however in most cases it can take anything from 30 minutes up to a couple of hours depending on the extent of the carbon buildup.

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