Why is inlet manifold cleaning necessary?
HOW IT WORKS
An inlet manifold or intake manifold is the part of an engine that supplies the air/fuel mixture to the cylinders.
The primary function of the intake manifold is to evenly deliver the combustion mixture (or just air in a direct injection engine) to each intake port in the cylinder head(s). Equal distribution is important to boost the efficiency and performance of the engine.
SOOT BUILD UP IMPEDES PERFORMANCE
The design and position of the intake manifold is a major factor in the effectiveness of an engine. Abrupt contour changes due to excessive carbon and/or soot build up can affect the productivity of the combustion process. In extreme cases, this carbon & soot build up can restrict up to 75% of the available airflow. This has a detrimental effect on fuel economy, performance and the lifespan of the engine.
INLET MANIFOLD CLEANING AN ESSENTIAL
Careful attention must be taken when servicing a Common Rail Diesel engine to ensure that your service technician regularly removes air intake tubes or easily accessible components to inspect and determine the level of carbon/soot saturation within the air intake manifolds.
On cars, aerosol type cleaning methods have proven to have little if any permanent positive effect in removing all carbon/soot deposits.
DPF REGEN ARE EXPERTS AT INLET MANIFOLD CLEANING
Our research and testing have proven that the only guaranteed 100% effective method, is to remove and professionally clean intake manifolds and components. Here at DPF REGEN, we have perfected the method and process to remove 100% of all carbon and soot deposits from all types of inlet manifolds & air intake components using our unique non-abrasive, non-caustic, cleaning method. Our before and after pictures show the incredible transformation after the inlet manifold cleaning process has been completed.