Pictures show carbon clumps and timing chain fragments removed during EDT clean

Images show engine contaminants extracted during unique EDT Automotive engine cleaning process

Pictures show carbon clumps and timing chain fragments removed during EDT clean
EDT Automotive is a multi-award winning engine decontamination specialist.

Pictures of a broken timing chain tensioner, extracted during an EDT Automotive engine clean, have been shared with Garage Wire.

The fragments were caught in the EDT engine cleaning machine’s filter, which is renowned for collecting up to half a litre of black sludge containing carbon, metallic particles and other contaminants.

Another picture shows clumps of carbon from a high mileage 1.6HDI engine.

EDT Automotive founder, David Holmes told GW: “It’s not unusual for our partner garages to find metallic fragments following an EDT machine service – we’ve even seen broken dipsticks before now.

“Not unusual”

“It just goes to show what would have otherwise been left inside the engine following a traditional oil flush and would have gone on to do untold damage to the engine.”

EDT’s unique system cleans the engine’s oil system, effectively preparing it to receive the new oil without any contamination from the residue normally left after conventional servicing.

The unit heats and pulses a light mineral oil in and around the engine’s oil system, breaking down the carbon, sludge and wear-abrasive material and vacuuming it out through the sump via a 1 micron filtration system.

The process is quick and fully automated, lasting just 13 minutes once connected, leaving the technician free to take care of other jobs around the workshop.

David added: “The results are likened to that of a manual engine strip, with fuel economy increased by up to 26 per cent, power increased by up to 6bhp and torque increased by up to 7ft-lb.

“CO is also reduced by an average of 69 per cent and diesel smoke reduced by an average of 58 per cent.”

To find out more about EDT Automotive’s engine cleaning treatment, call 01233 712341 or select ‘more details’ below.

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