ANTISMOG’s hydrogen premix technology has come a long way. Our customers, as well as our customers’ customers, benefit greatly from the technological developments, such as miniaturisation, that differentiate today’s carbon-cleaning machines from the contraptions of the early days of hydrogen premix. The three innovative concepts pursued by ANTISMOG are Miniaturisation; Additional functionality based on IoT; […]Read More
ANTISMOG hydrogen carbon-cleaning system, based on hydrogen premix core technology, delivers tangible benefits to garage owners. The unique advantages of ANTISMOG’s offering are: Additional revenue for the Garages; Consistent, verifiable vehicle performance improvements; No CAPEX, no OPEX; Increased Customer loyalty; Additional revenue with no additional manpower ANTISMOG C-600 machine is a revenue generator for the […]Read More
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 More
Carbon cleaning of a municipal police vehicle using ANTISMOG C-600 machine: engine, EGR valve, DPF, all return to almost “as-new” conditions! What can cause carbon deposits, particularly for the police vehicles, and how can this problem be addressed? Common causes of carbon deposits Prolonged driving in start-and-stop traffic Cold starts Short journeys with a cold […]Read More
“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 More
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 More