The Carbon Flush engine carbon cleaning machine utilizes oxy-hydrogen gas to clean the carbon deposition inside a vehicle’s engine. Using only natural water which, through a process of electrolysis that produces nano-active oxy-hydrogen gas, enters into the engine through the air inlet, where the gas combines with carbon to form hydrocarbon which will combust with oxygen and in turn will “burn” off carbon deposits from the intake, valves, pistons, cylinders, injectors, plugs, turbo’s exhaust housing, vanes and turbine wheel, diesel particulate filter (DPF), catalytic converter (CAT), exhaust gas recirculation system (EGR), oxygen sensors (Lambda sensors) and exhaust system. These deposits will be drained from the vehicle’s exhaust.


Carbon deposits are cleaned in a safe and effective manner from the vehicle’s engine without the need to dismantle/disassemble the engine. The whole process takes between 30 to 40 minutes. To enhance the cleaning process, a special cleaning agent, is added to the Oxy-hydrogen gas which will enhance the cleaning process.


The gas generator inside the Carbon Flush cleaning machine uses electrolysis to split water (H2O) into its base molecules i.e. 2 hydrogen (H2) and 1 oxygen (O2) molecule. This is why it is often referred to as an HHO gas or Oxy-hydrogen gas. Oxy-hydrogen (oxygen and hydrogen) gas is pump into the air intake duct of the vehicle. The cleaning process is regulated by a timer set on the machine according to the engine size and the carbon deposit level. Oxy-hydrogen is characterized by a high reactivity and a combustion rate as much as five times greater than that of fuel. Oxy-hydrogen requires a very low amount of energy to ignite and has a wider flammability range than other types of fuel. The heating effect of Oxy-hydrogen triggers pyrolysis, essentially a chemical reaction that serves to remove, burn- off, and eliminate carbon deposits.


Carbon deposition occurs as the engine operates and accumulates in the engine of the vehicle. The problem of carbon deposition in a petrol or diesel vehicle is nothing new, it results in a decrease in engine performance, increased fuel consumption, and further deterioration of exhaust emissions. To address the problem, for many years automotive workshops have de-carbon (decarbonize) vehicle engines by disassembling the engine and manually cleaned the carbon deposits by removing it by scraping it off the vehicle parts or by sandblasting it off. With technology developing and the call on limiting CO2 emissions, vehicle manufacturers have e.g. introduced direct port injection, the result of this increased the rate of carbon deposit built-up in newer vehicle models as fuel, which previously entered the engine through the valves, no longer do (due to direct port injection) and the cleaning effect of this no longer takes place. Carbon deposit built-up on newer vehicle models are eminent and therefore the need to have a safe and effective process to de-carbon a modern vehicle’s engine. This necessitated the development of technology to address the problem in a cost-effective way.


The Carbon Flush machine was designed/developed to keep abreast with engine development to address the problem experienced with carbon deposits/built-up within the modern engine by effectively remove carbon deposits inside the engine. The result of this is that the Carbon Flush machine will “restore” the vehicle’s engine to its original performance, improve the throttle response and reduce exhaust gas emissions. In turn, fuel combustion is more effective/complete which results in reduced fuel consumption, smoother idling of the engine and the service life of the vehicle’s engine is greatly extended.


The Carbon Flush cleaning machine producing Oxy-hydrogen gas, ensures the chemical bonding of the Oxy-hydrogen and carbon which will loosens the deposited carbon, the additional heat that oxygen and hydrogen generated under combustion (tempered by inert nitrogen in the normal air) helps to burn off the carbon deposits and the steam generated by the oxygen/hydrogen combination (H2O) provides for the “steam cleaning”  of the intake, valves, injectors, plugs, cylinders, pistons, exhaust gas recirculation system (EGR), diesel particulate filter (DPF), catalytic converter (CAT), lambda sensors (O2-sensor), turbo exhaust housing, turbine wheel and vanes inside a turbo and a vehicle’s exhaust system, thus effectively cleaning the carbon deposits from the critical parts. To enhance the cleaning process, a cleaning agent, developed for the use with the Carbon Flush cleaning machine, is also pumped by the Carbon Flush cleaning machine simultaneously with the Oxy-hydrogen gas into the air-intake of the vehicle.


Research has shown that by adding hydrogen to an internal combustion engine, it increases thermal efficiency and burns off, disintegrates, and removes carbon deposits successfully. This is also evident where water injection (WMI) is used on a vehicle where the small amount of water sprayed into the air intake of an engine cleans deposits.