- dissolves oil and carbon deposits;
- deep cleans intake manifolds, turbo, intercooler, EGR valve, throttle body, valves and combustion chamber;
- cleans the intercooler, optimising heat exchange;
- does not cause dangerous detonation phenomena or ignition;
- reduces exhaust smoke and decreases consumption ;
- can be performed with the car moving or parked ;
- does not harm the catalytic converter, Lambda probe or particulates filter;
- significant noticeable improvement .
Since the introduction of anti-pollution regulations, manufacturers have resorted to recirculating the exhaust gases to lower the level of pollutant emissions.The result is that gases and vapours in the crankcase progressively soil the manifolds, EGR valve, turbo vanes and the intercooler, obstructing and limiting the amount of air that can enter the combustion chamber.In addition, intercooler dirt prevents adequate air cooling, with a consequent decrease in the amount of air that can enter the combustion chamber.The result is a gradual reduction in performance, an increase in fuel consumption, higher levels of exhaust smoke, etc.
It is, therefore, necessary to clean all the air passages periodically to avoid the cost of disassembling and cleaning them later. D.S.C. Does not remove dirt, but dissolves sediments, lacquers and unburnt deposits in a short time without dismantling.• Does not cause dangerous detonation phenomena or auto-ignitions.Simpy spray the cleaner into the intake manifold with the engine running.The operation takes just a few minutes.Does not damage the catalytic converter or the particulates filter.
Use and dosage
DSC is not a flow meter cleaner, and should not be sprayed through the air flow sensor. It isn’t essential, but it’s always useful to perform cleaning operations when the engine is warm.
- Loosen the clamp, squeeze the tube of the output from the air flow sensor sleeve ;
- slip on the dispenser tube;
- its best if two people undertake the operation: start the engine and keep it at a medium speed (e.g. 2000-2500 r.p.m.);
- inject the DSC intermittently for a few seconds;
- after each spray, accelerate for a short burst; by doing this repeatedly, spray – accelerate – spray etc, the engine sucks in the various unburnt combustion products from the chamber, softens the soot and oil and it is gradually dissolved by the effect of the DSC cleaner;
- when the operation is over, go out on the road for a few minutes with the engine in a “hight speed” to complete the circuit cleaning operation (especially if you notice smoke discharge, which is a sign the cleaning process is still ongoing.
On Diesel vehicles with a particulate filter it is likely that a result of this cleaning , the filter itself will undergo a regeneration. Dosage depends on the amount of dirt to be cleaned off.Normally one 400 ml bottle is sufficient for one engine cleaning cycle.You are advised to repeat the operation on average every 30-50 thousand km, also depending on the type of use of the vehicle.Normally one 400 ml bottle is sufficient for one engine cleaning cycle.
Should the EGR valve placed in a easy position it is suggested to clean it directly with DSC. For any intense action also the use of AMC spray is possible.
You can also carry out cleaning without the vehicle being stationary, i.e. while its in operation; this is recommended for engines that don’t turn over when the car has stopped.By connecting the bottle to the 2.5 meter tube supplied on request, passing it through the bonnet, up into the passenger compartment from where you can clean the moving vehicle.The advantages are that by working a bit at all engine speeds, both the EGR valve and variable geometry turbines receive a better clean.