Kolborta Ltd joins Carbon Clean’s rapidly expanding network

Carbon Clean, the revolutionary engine decarbonising system that works with tap water, has further expanded its network with the recent appointment of Kolborta Ltd as a Carbon Clean Engineer.

Based in Dalbeattie, Kolborta Ltd is among the first to offer this service locally, helping motorists in the Dumfries and Galloway area to reduce emissions, improve vehicle performance and increase fuel efficiency.

The mobile DPF cleaning and diagnostics specialist is now able to deliver the 30 minute treatments at locations to suit, using Carbon Clean’s state-of-the-art equipment to produce a highly charged oxyhydrogen (HHO) gas mixture through electrolysis. When delivered into the engine through the air filter, the gas cleans the internal surfaces by enabling both improved combustion and through the catalytic benefits of hydrogen in breaking down the deposits.

Removing these residues results in improved engine efficiency and compression, as well as lowering oil consumption, prolonging engine life.

With an extensive range of services on offer, including general repairs, air condition servicing, MOTs and Carbon Clean treatments, Kolborta Ltd is helping motorists to minimize the long-term risk that carbon deposits pose to vehicle health.

And all Carbon Clean Engineers gain access to a comprehensive business package that includes equipment, training and technical support, as well as useful marketing assistance to promote the service.

“After Kolborta Ltd reached out to us it became apparent very quickly that the business ethos was perfectly in sync with Carbon Clean’s,” said Chris Phipps, National Sales Manager at Carbon Clean.

“The name Kolborta means ‘Carbon Gone’, and we have every confidence that our machines will help them to deliver just that to their customers.”

Garages interested in finding out more should visit the website or call 0203 5070175.

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