How to verify that the C-600 machine has an active license

How can garage mechanics or fleet owners verify that the C-600 machine has an active license? The status of the license is shown in the bottom-right corner of the mini-display, located in the centre of the control panel. Position of mini-display on the control panel: Position of C-600 active license status indicator in the mini-display: […]

Read MoreCategory: FAQTagged , , ,

What is HHO carbon-cleaning?

“Carbon cleaning” or “HHO carbon cleaning” is the process of removal of carbon deposits from the internal surfaces of the engine and the exhaust tract components, using a mixture of Hydrogen and Oxygen. Briefly, the process of HHO carbon cleaning consists of the following steps: Production of HHO gas by electrolysis; Pre-mixing of HHO gas […]

Read MoreCategory: FAQTagged , , , ,

What is the process of the initial setup of ANTSIMOG C-600 carbon-cleaning machine?

ANTISMOG C-600 hydrogen carbon-cleaning machine allows automotive garages and service workshops generate additional revenue, while helping the vehicle owners reduce harmful emissions, control maintenance costs, and improve fuel economy. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for the equipment setup on-site. The three simple steps to set up the machine when it is delivered to the client [...]Read MoreCategory: FAQTagged , , ,

How to prepare the operating electrolyte for the hydrogen carbon-cleaning machine?

To gently remove carbon deposits from the inner surfaces of the combustion engine, catalyst, EGR valve, DPF, and other exhaust components, ANTISMOG machine generates large amounts of hydrogen and oxygen gas mix. The hydrogen-oxygen mix is produced from water, using the electrolysis process. The ANTISMOG machine requires good quality electrolyte for its electrolyser cell to […]

Read MoreCategory: FAQTagged , , ,

What physical and chemical phenomena are the basis of removing carbon deposits with hydrogen-oxygen gas (HHO)?

The basis of removing the carbon deposits in a combustion engine by HHO gas is the chemical reaction between Carbon and Hydrogen and Oxygen, at elevated pressure and temperature, facilitated by the presence of traces of Nickel and Cobalt. Context HHO carbon-cleaning is the process of removing carbon deposits from the internals of the combustion […]

Read MoreCategory: FAQ, ResearchTagged , , , , , ,