frequently asked questions


Carbon Cleaning, or the cleaning of Internal Combustion (IC) engines with hydrogen and oxygen (hydroxy) gas - is a technology of the modern age, so it is completely understandable that there are different issues and answers can not be found in connection with it. We will try to find a professionally and scientifically substantiated way to answer all the doubts and concerns about the process of Carbon Cleaning the ICE and the benefits it brings. We warn that the H2E® system is a protected technology for the production of H2E® (hydroxy) gas of reproducible quality, which is produced by: patented production process, specifically engineered electrolyzer cells for this purpose and protected industrial design, specially designed control and power supply, communication of the machine with the server, via the Android application

Carbon Cleaning, removal of carbon deposits from internal combustion engines. Known also as De-carbonisation. It’s a process of injecting just the right amount of H2E ® gas in the engines air intake. The correct parameters of the engine are typed in the app which calculates the correct amount of gas and time needed to get the best cleaning results to each and every engine. The H2E ® gas outtake is brought to the engines air intake. The gas then reacts and dissolves the carbon build up inside the compression chamber and the exhaust manifold. This process does not contain any harmful, hazardous or aggressive chemicals, in fact the by-product is water vapor. Removing the carbon build up restores the engines efficiency to factory like functional conditions.
The proper carbon cleaning process can not be harmful to the engine. H2E® carbon cleaning can only extend the life of the internal combustion engine, as well as preventively affect newer engines for retaining the factory specifications during the time of the vehicle's exploitation, which would be said to be a new one after several hundred thousand kilometers, all of which thanks to the preventive de-carbonization of every 10-30,000km (According to our research, this interval is for diesel engines of about 10,000 km, for gasoline engines about 20,000km, while for engine powered by LPG or CNG about 30,000km, the ideal mileage repeat the treatment) which protects the engine from excessive accumulation of carbon deposits, and thus prolongs the service life of the manufacturer's warranted specifications.
Yes, H2E® is efficient for all Internal Combustion engines, regardless of the type of fossil fuel such as diesel, gasoline, LPG. Based on the current availability of the central database, we can freely say that we have very successful results on most vehicles that can be found on Balkan roads with various aggregates, which allows us to freely tell every customer that we have experience in working with a vehicle such as its and we are familiar with the effects that the carbon cleaning of the engines brings on a particular vehicle with a specific type of drive unit.
The decarbonisation process can also be done on diesel and petrol engines (with or without gas or with a liquid natural gas drive - methane CNG).
It will not. For example, for the engines with direct fuel injection the H2E® gas clears the deposits at the head of the nozzle, which will then affect the injection positively. The computer will again get more precise values and allow the system to function so that the efficiency of the engine can also lead to a reduction in fuel consumption, because roughly speaking, it does not waste fuel.
NO. Carbon deposits can only interfere with proper sealing. Piston rings are designed so that pressure (compression) is pushed against the walls of the cylinders. Their removal can only lead to increased compression. If you feel that the engine itself is in such a bad condition that its compression is questionable, it is advisable to first service and overhaul certain parts and to perform the carbon cleaning process on the sound engine.
It can. Considering that the high-pressure mechanical pumps are quite old and have traveled a lot of kilometers, it's even advisable to do a treatment to get the engine refreshed at least in terms of releasing from the deposits that have accumulated on the exhaust branch for years, valve seats and other parts of the engine.
H2E® in contact with soot deposits (carbon) stimulates the reaction to convert carbon to hydrocarbons, which happens with particles that have also accumulated in the DPF itself. Gas can not be kept in the DPF, as they are no longer particles. As a by-product after the combustion of H2E® gas in the compression area itself, heated water vapors emitted, which increases the humidity of the exhaust gases, resulting in the dissolution of soot, gassing and carbon deposits in the exhaust section, the exhaust branch and peripheries such as EGR valve, catalyst, DP filter and other parts of the exhaust system, such as differential pressure sensors, lamellar probes.
It's not. The moment at which the carbon cleaning process is carried out is in no way related to the service interval of the vehicle so that the carbon cleaning of the engines can be done immediately after service or just before it. After the process, it is not necessary to do any type of service: replacement of filters and oil or other parts because the hydrocarbon during their movement did not contaminate.
After the treatment, it is necessary for the car to be taken out on the open road and 10-12 km to emit the dissolved elements of the carbon deposits from the exhaust system, turbine, EGR valves, including the exhaust branch , catalytic converter, middle and rear crucibles, and DPF / FAP filters for newer diesel engines. It is recommended that the driving of these 10-12km be in one working cycle in order for the engine to achieve operating temperature and achieve optimum sealing and efficient combustion, but in order to completely eliminate the dissolved-drawn gears, carbon black and carbon deposits from all elements of the exhaust the block and thus the compression part of the engine and the exhaust block were significantly cleaner after treatment and driving. It is recommended that the engine at a speed of 10-12km be at a higher level of rotation, for diesel engines around 3000rpm, and for gasoline around 4500rpm. It is also our recommendation that at some reasonable time after the de-carbonization process 300-500 km / h, the gasoline engine replacement of the spark plug in order to make the combustion be of the highest quality.
The decarbonization process does not damage the engine. On the contrary! Bearing in mind that this procedure removes the soot from the car engine (which will accumulate over time), the decision on the interval of repetition of this procedure is left to the owner of the vehicle only. Depending on the mileage, as well as the amount of accumulated soot, the procedure can be repeated shortly after the first time, in order to achieve a more effective effect, while on the other hand, the procedure can be done one or more never to repeat. However, as we have been convinced ourselves of the results of this process, according to our research, this interval is for diesel engines of about 10,000 km, for gasoline engines of about 20,000 km, while for engine powered by TNG or CNG about 30,000 km ideal mileage that the treatment be repeated. Depending on how much soot deposits were in the engine, some have decided to do another treatment shortly after the first one, and then they noticed a significant difference. On the other hand, you can plan for decarbonisation (for example) once a year, thus continuously releasing the sediment from the engine.
The efficiency of the engine over time (depending on the type of engine and driving style) slowly but surely decreases. The deposits directly affect the proper flow of air through the engine, as well as the correct injection of fuel for direct injection engines. Indirect effects on engine operation, starting with correct heat removal, increased friction, reduced compression volume, weaker valve breathing, and so on. it is difficult to pinpoint precisely. Feedback after the treatment, which is reflected in the first place in a significant reduction in harmful exhaust gases (CO, HC, NOx ...), by simple analysis clearly indicate the return of efficiency closer to the factory parameters. Reduction in consumption sounds like a logical consequence of higher engine efficiency, but there are many changing factors between them, starting from a driving style that is naturally more aggressive when a car, as customers themselves say, "is better off". Precise measurement of consumption is quite debatable, and when we add that it is even more difficult to repeat the conditions of two tests, we enter a vicious circle known to everyone who tried to accurately measure consumption.