Carbon Clean to Show Power of Electrolysis at Automechanika

Carbon Clean, the engine decarbonising system that works on tap water, will be showing off their amazing electrolysis-based cleaning technology to the automotive supply chain when Automechanika UK arrives at the NEC on 6th to 8th June.

Carbon deposits in engines are a growing problem. Un-burnt residues can cause loss of power, increased fuel consumption and more wear to engine components, leading to potentially expensive repair bills.

The technology that sets the CC-16 machine completely apart is its use of electrolysis to break water down into oxygen and hydrogen molecules. These are then blown into the engine as an oxyhydrogen (HHO) gas mixture to accelerate combustion and clear residues.

“Automechanika is a great opportunity to showcase Carbon Clean to the whole of the UK aftermarket,” said Chris Phipps, National Sales Manager for Carbon Clean. “We introduced the concept at Automechanika Frankfurt late last year and there was tremendous interest.”

Since then, Carbon Clean have launched a new and improved CC-16 engine cleaning machine and more fully developed the commercial concept.

Now Carbon Clean aims to grow a UK network of garages – called Carbon Clean Centres – to deliver quick, clean and effective treatments to their customers’ cars. The Centres will all benefit from marketing support, equipment operator training and technical support. Mobile operators can also join as Carbon Clean Engineers.

“There are opportunities for distributors and resellers too,” added Chris. “We’re looking for local and regional partners that can help us develop and support the Centre network within their own catchment areas.”

Automechanika Birmingham returns after a successful 2016 UK debut. Organisers promise the show will be 70% bigger with over 800 exhibitors, 250 of which – including Carbon Clean – will be new to the event.

It’s the start of busy May period for the growing brand. Carbon Clean will also exhibit internationally at Autopromotec in Bologna from 24th to 28thMay.

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