The EGR Valve
June 30, 2014
The EGR valve controls a small passageway between the intake and exhaust manifolds. When the valve opens, intake vacuum draws exhaust through the valve. This dilutes the incoming air/fuel mixture and has a quenching effect on combustion temperatures which keeps NOX within acceptable limits. As an added benefit, it also reduces the engine's octane requirements which lessens the danger of detonation (spark knock).
BG Diesel Air Induction & EGR service
The EGR service cleans more that just the EGR valve. Cleaning the EGR valve alone will be a very short term solution (at best) to the problems of accumulated deposits in the EGR system. The BG EGR service will clean the EGR valve and the channels (where most of the deposits accumulate).
- The EGR service can be adapted to clean turbo blades
- This service will restore power and reduce Nox emissions
BG ISC® Induction System Cleaner
Quickly and safely cleans EGR valves and channels, fuel injectors and remove hard, baked-on carbon deposits from intake ports, intake valves and combustion chamber. It is introduced to the system using a special tool. For complete cleanup
Product code 211
Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaning (DPF) Cleaning
As you are reading this page you are probably one of the many people that contact us every day with a blocked Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF).
You are probably aware that many Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF's) cost close to £1000 or even substantially more, so the BG Diesel Air Induction & EGR service is sought by car owners from all over the country, often traveling great distances to take advantage of this specialist service.
Reducing carbon deposits
One by-product of combustion is carbon, the black soot that can collect and harden on the cylinder head, cylinder wall, piston and valves. Carbon deposits in the combustion chamber can affect engine performance, resulting in higher oil consumption, engine knocking or overheating.
Last updated: July 8, 2014 @ 16:55 PM