In the past, the removal of carbon deposits from engine components formed part of a vehicle maintenance schedule and required time-consuming procedures or expensive equipment and chemicals. HHO technology changes this. In our carbon clean systems an electric current is used to split water by electrolysis, into its components; hydrogen and oxygen gas. This gas mixture is now commonly referred to as HHO. With the engine idling, HHO is simply fed into the combustion chamber via the air intake where it burns, along with the fuel, to reform water vapour. The combination of hydrogen and oxygen enrichment create conditions for carbon to be gently burned off from piston crowns, valves and other components to form carbon dioxide and water vapour. In addition, the water vapour that is formed cannot condense due to the high temperature so It effectively steam cleans the combustion chamber and associated components from the inside without any dismantling The carbon deposits are progressively removed and pass out through the exhaust pipe. For a car engine the process is complete in just 30-60 minutes. The process only requires a low voltage so it makes it easy for mobile car mechanics to run the system off the vehicle’s battery, A mains powered version for workshop use is also available.