An engine produces by burning water, acid, sludge, coke, resin, unsolved salts, gases and unburned fuels.
Some of these residues strain the engine oil and contribute to a deterioration of the oil's properties and durability which accumulate over time, as deposits inside the engine.
Wear and tear
These deposits acidify the environment of an engine and result in ticks from hydraulic lifts, piston rings that get stuck and to increase fuel and oil consumption over time.
In the event of an oil change, a new engine oil will usually immediately become black and contaminated by the residual old oil, which often leads to a significant deterioration in the durability of the new oil compared to if the engine had been clean inside.
The engine cleaner cleans an engine's internal parts for deposits that are subsequently drained off with the old oil.
The result is that the new engine oil retains its alkalinity and performance for a longer period.
5 - 10% of oil volume.
Ex. 300ml range for an oil system up to 6 liters.
1. Run the engine warm.
2. Fill the engine cleaner with the "old" existing oil.
3. Leave the engine idle or take a short ride.
4. Drain the oil after 20-30 minutes.
5. Replace oil filter and add new oil
Petrol, diesel and ethanol engines as well as compressors.
A good alternative to today's so-called "Longlife" oils.