Our Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How often do I need to get a carbon clean done?

A: Even one engine carbon clean will benefit your vehicle, however for optimum results we recommend you get it annually but most of our customers come back every 6 months, it all depends on how much you want to take care of your vehicle.

Q: Will it reduce emissions and fuel consumption?

A: When your engine has a carbon build-up, it’s not working at its full potential. By burning the carbon away it will bring back its full potential, improve performance, MPG and cut emissions.

Q: How much does an engine carbon clean cost for my “vehicle make and model” in the “Falkirk” area?

A: Cost depends on your location and the size of your engine, most are engine’s only £99 per job, some large engine’s take 2 cleans and we offer multi car discounts. Minimum price is £60 for a clean which applies when you visit us at our location.

Q: How long does it take?

A: Our average carbon clean takes around 30 minutes, we often spend a little more time providing advice and making sure we provide you with full value. 

Q. Can you carbon clean vans, bikes and commercial vehicles?

A: Yes, we have completed thousands of cleans on tradesmen’s vans, taxi’s and private hire vehicles, removals vans, breakdown recovery trucks, plant & machinery hire and other large commercial engine’s.

Q: Can you visit my home or place of work at specific time?

A: Yes, if you book in advance giving us some notice, we can fit you in at a time that suits you.

Q: How soon before I start to notice the benefits?

A: Most of our customers say they notice it straight away, there is no doubt that after two or three journeys in your vehicle you will notice an improvement in overall performance.

Q: How does it work?

A: The ENGINE CARBON CLEAN unit runs on distilled water and electricity. The hydrogen and oxygen are produced using distilled water and electrolysis, this is introduced into the engine via the air intake. The increased internal oxygen proportion improves combustion and at the same time the catalytic properties of hydrogen make it possible for combustion carbon to be gradually broken down to clear internal carbon deposits.

(A strong electric current splits the watermolecule (H2O) into its component atoms producing highly charged particles of hydrogen and oxygen, or oxyhydrogen (HHO)

The HHO is passed into the engine through the air filter and burnt as the engine runs mixing it with the fuel, air and carbon deposits. As it passes through the induction system, combustion chamber, exhaust etc the hydrogen reacts with the carbon producing hydrocarbons, this lifts carbon deposits from the engine and the resulting gas exits via the exhaust system. Using no harsh chemicals this 30 minute process returns your engine to a state of cleanliness close to new. You regain power and performance, restore lost MPG and drastically cut emissions.