Hydrogen is characterized by a high reactivity and a combustion rate as much as five times greater than that of fuel. Moreover, hydrogen has a wider flammability range than other types of fuel. Due to these characteristics, the addition of even a small amount of hydrogen in the fuel-air mixture increases the combustion rate thus making the combustion more stable by reducing the duration of combustion and reducing cycle-to-cycle variations.
Many quantitative and experimental studies done on the impact of adding hydrogen in internal combustion engines (based on gas or diesel) have come to the common conclusion that the measure:
- reduces the duration of the combustion process
- increases thermal efficiency
- burns off, disintegrates, and removes carbon deposits
And finally, for best results, we recommend you go for a 25 to 30-minute drive in low gear (above 3000 r/min) after the Carbon Cleaning session to remove the last remaining residue from the exhaust.
As a preventative measure, decarbonize your vehicle every 10,000 MILES or once a year.