Carbon X: Engine restoration
Monday, April 3, 2017

The innovative PRO-TEC cleaning system Carbon X removes harmful deposits without extensive work dismantling cylinder heads, and removes tough carbonization throughout the combustion chamber – from intake and outlet valves to the piston head and the top land.

If you ask a workshop owner, what he feels is most important to average drivers while they are driving, they will probably talk about the following issues:

  • A smooth engine
  • Consistent power
  • Lowest possible fuel consumption
  • Low emissions

Deposits that form during operation, and tough carbonization that builds up sooner or later in every engine (especially in the combustion chamber), however, can cause vehicle performance to decrease as cars age.

Advanced technology with trusted PRO-TEC quality

PRO-TEC has developed a highly effective system solution with a unique chemical formula to easily remove these tough and difficult to reach contaminants, which worsen compression and combustion. Carbon X! This two-component cleaning system offers precision effectiveness, and does not require the cylinder head to be dismantled. It removes all contamination in the cylinder head areas of diesel and gas engines, in particular on intake and outlet valves, the piston area, and top lands. Carbon X is so effective thanks to a combination of a specialized chemical formula and a long-lasting, targeted reaction while the engine is idling.

Two steps for the perfect cleaning result – how to use Carbon X

The components of Carbon X are used in sequence. First, the component K1, which is an extremely effective cleaning foam, is sprayed into the combustion chamber through a spark plug or injection nozzle opening. The product distributes itself independently from the valve to the top land, working deep to remove all kinds of deposits. The component K2 is used in the second Carbon X step to liquefy the foam and bind the loosened contaminants into an emulsion. The Carbon X Extractor allows you to easily suction up this emulsion and then dispose of it. A minimal amount of Carbon X remains in the engine, but stays neutral thanks to its highly effective lubricant components. They protect the engine from wear, are not corrosive, and are compatible with all combustion chamber surfaces.