Engine cleaning using hydrogen

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Engine cleaning using hydrogen


The New Compact Hydrogen System Eco-Motors is a device designed for the decarbonization of any endothermic engine (Internal cleaning of carbon residues in the engine).



Engine cleaning

Engine clogging is a real problem!. It increases consumption, reduces performance, releases fumes, causes lags in acceleration and faulty starts and makes the engine management and particulate filter light turn on unexpectedly.  These issues are often caused by a combustion problem, resulting in engine choking

Engine Cleaning without  Disassembly

The hydrogen atoms introduced into the vehicle system by the intake manifold of the engine, have the property of dissolving all the carbon residues that have formed over the years due to the unburned fuel.  Thanks to a treatment for 40/50 minutes, you will get the cleaning of the entire combustion chamber, cleaning all the carbonaceous residues obtaining considerable advantages:

  • Better motor synchronism
  • Less abbrasion on valves and seats
  • More power in the lower torque
  • Vibration and noise reduction
  • Reduction of acceleration holes
  • Significant reduction of polluting emissions 
Why Decarbonize Your Vehicle’s Engine?
Because a clean engine means polluting less and extends the life of the same.

Engine soot removal or internal engine cleaning is performed to restore your engine’s original performance.  It cleans the parts subjected to combustion, i.e.:

  • Cylinders
  • Pistons
  • Valves
  • Exhaust manifolds
  • EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) valves
  • Turbochargers
  • DPFs (Diesel Particulate Filter)

The hydrogen pulsed through the engine intake is mixed with the injected fuel. Hydrogen has a calorific capacity 3 times greater than liquid fuels such as gasoline or diesel and will increase the flammability of your original fuel.

By increasing  in fuel  flammability makes it possible to burn all the fuel injected into the engine. An engine burns only 65% ​​of its fuel; the remaining 35% is composed of:

  • HC (hydrocarbon)
  • CO (carbon monoxide)
  • CO2 (carbon dioxide)
  • O2 (oxygen)
  • NOX (nitrogen oxide)

Pyrolysis effect
By increasing the fuel’s flammability, the temperature of the exhaust gases increases, allowing the total combustion by pyrolysis of the soot particles deposited in the engine due to poor combustion of the injected fuel.

Increasing the temperature of exhaust gases can increase the percentage of Nitrous oxide gases.   Adding  Hydrogen increases the combustion temperature at the top of teh Power stroke.  However as there is no combustion at the end of the Power stroke and in the exhaust  this leads to a lower exhaust gas temperature and therefore a reduction in the percentage of Nitrous oxide gases produced.  See vehicle test results from May and June as shown on the front page of this webpage

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