Normal servicing does not clean the inside of an engine. 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. BG Products develop and manufacture their own high quality chemistry and delivery systems to do this, safely and effectively.
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Deposits attach themselves to many parts of the engine, including those critically important to the performance and economy of the engine. Decarbonisation or engine carbon cleaning usually refers to the process of removing carbon deposits. BG fuel system cleaners contain more of the chemistry recommended by the engine manufacturers themselves to remove the hard baked carbon deposits that interfere with efficient flow of air and fuel, throughout the entire system.
How keeping the engine’s vital components clean can restore and maintain power and economy
We have all heard the adverts from the major fuel companies extolling the benefits of keeping the engine clean, and it is true. However the additives in premium fuel might help to keep an engine cleaner but, by the nature of using a carbon based fuel (particularly a dirty one) there will always be emissions and 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.
Advances in oil technology, filtration, PCV and engine management systems seem to have convinced everyone that frequent oil level inspection and services are unnecessary. But David Tenpenny of BG Technical Service is keen to communicate the message that it doesn’t mean your oil doesn’t need checking and that oil consumption doesn’t happen.