Sykes-Pickavant are excited to be launching the brand new 53400300 Carbon Tec HHO – a highly anticipated solution for promoting efficient engine operation by using HHO to remove carbon deposits that have built up in the engine.
The portable Carbon Tec HHO allows for use both in and out of the garage, working off the vehicle’s battery on a safe low voltage of 12v when the engine is running.
A spokesperson for Sykes-Pickavant commented: “With little or no disassembly of the engine required, it is a perfect solution for those working on a mobile basis with an easy procedure that can be carried out by just one operator.
“The machine is low maintenance with no need for the user to stay with the vehicle continuously during operation and no requirement for constant replenishment of fluid after each application.”
Suitable for both petrol and diesel combustion engines, the Carbon Tec HHO loosens built-up carbon by releasing hydrogen into the combustion engine’s air inlet system whilst running.
These deposits block and clog the engine which can cause expensive issues; resolving these prior to damage can save hundreds of pounds on parts and labour for vehicles with and without DPFs.
“We are positive that the Carbon Tec HHO will provide a lucrative opportunity for garages with an average service retail price of £100,” explained a spokesperson for Sykes-Pickavant.
“The machine works by providing a controlled flow of HHO which raises the temperature during combustion to burn off built up deposits in the engine.
“The production of HHO is reduced to prevent engine runaway and excessive temperatures which can cause damage to the engine and components.”
Introduction to industry
The amount of suggested applications will depend on the vehicles mileage and issues being addressed, it is important to remember that the Carbon Tec HHO is not a cure-all but a tool to help clean the engine and associated areas.
Additional fluid will be available to top up the machine once it reaches the minimum level to ensure that the HHO production continues as required.
A full back up service is available to maintain the life of the machine.
“We will be unveiling our new machine at the CV Show at the Birmingham NEC from the 24 to 26 April in Hall 4, Stand E31.
“This will give our visitors an exclusive opportunity to be the first to see the machine in all its splendour,” the spokesperson added.
“We will also be bringing other new releases and firm favourites with product demonstrations to ensure that there is something for everyone to discover.”
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