With the spread of coronavirus, we all have challenges ahead. Like all organisations, BG GB feel our number one priority should be the health of our workers and customers
You may have heard in the news (Example: BBC News www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51731757) about the imminent increased use of ethanol. Produced from crops therefore producing less CO2 emissions, ethanol is rightly seen as being more sustainable. But have you also heard of the downsides of the fuel, particularly worrying for owners of older cars and classic motorbikes. So how can you make sure you’re protected?
It is no longer in dispute that combustion-engine use can cause environmental harm. Exhaust emissions, such as CO2, contribute to climate change. Transport-generated air pollutants can also lead to poor air quality and ill health. We all have a responsibility to look at all opportunities to minimise these environmental impacts and reduce damaging costs.
Normal servicing does not clean the inside of an engine and that is why many garage professionals like industry expert Frank Massey routinely propose using BG 44K/BG245 and BG EPR to clean inside the engine.
The MOT test changed on 20 May 2018, with stricter rules for emissions from diesel cars with a diesel particulate filter (DPF). These new rules, say BG-GB, mean ‘cheat’ options such as isolating or removing the DPF have no place any longer – so any issues with the diesel exhaust system must be tackled properly.
Deposits are a natural by-product of combustion and, without preventative maintenance, accumulate over time. Engine detox usually refers to the process of removing these engine deposits.
Deposits attach themselves to many parts of the engine. Decarbonisation or engine carbon cleaning refers to the process of removing carbon deposits.
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The GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection) engine is seen as a leap forward in the quest for greater economy and lower emissions, and it has actually been delivering results. So, is the GDI engine too good to be true?
Within the internal combustion engine, the compression ratio, as it’s known, is the piston’s movement as it squeezes the fuel/air mixture in the cylinder. BG Products know that sadly loss of compression over time is inevitable. So it’s a good thing BG’s got a product to restore and maintain peak compression! Adding BG EPR to the engine and letting it tick over for at least 15 minutes restores compression by dissolving the deposits that clog rings and seals.