A South Australian company has developed a system that takes 30 minutes to clean an all internal-combustion engines – from a chainsaw to a car – of carbon buildup. The DCARB machine initiates electrolysis that creates hydrogen and oxygen vapor. The vapor is then piped through the running engine via a hose attached to the air filter, effectively oxidizing and incinerating the carbons and pushing them out of the vehicle’s exhaust.
According to Hydroflex, the system’s manufacturer, engines that are free of carbon buildup deliver greater power, torque and fuel efficiency and are less likely to break down. Click here for more information.