Carbon Carbon Clean, the engine decarbonising system that works using electrolysis, has lauded its fourth appearance at Mechanex as an overwhelming success, with many attendees expressing interest in follow-up demonstrations of its performance-enhancing technology.

The company’s recently-appointed Head of Business Development, Ben Rudge, helped to man the exhibition stand, taking advantage of all opportunities presented to him to forge relationships with potential new distributors for the brand’s CC-14 carbon cleaning machine.

Launched in June, the CC-14 uses water as a raw material, and employs electrolysis to produce hydrogen and oxygen. The mixed gas is then cooled and filtered into the engine, accelerating combustion and clearing residues thanks to the catalytic properties of hydrogen.

Displayed alongside CC-16, its larger counterpart, both units proved a real talking point, generating multiple leads during the first day alone.

Visitors to the stand also took full advantage of the opportunity to win a state-of-the-art CC-14 machine and test its capabilities for themselves in an exclusive raffle. The winner will be announced after the Carbon Clean team appear at Mechanex Sandown in November.

Talking about the show, Chris Phipps, National Sales Manager, said: “Events like Mechanex are the perfect opportunity to really shout about the significant benefits of a Carbon Clean treatment, particularly when it comes to prolonging engine life.”

Ben Rudge added: “We can also demonstrate in person how quickly the machine can be set-up and how easy it is to maintain. The feedback we received at the Coventry event demonstrated the hunger in the industry for carbon cleaning treatments, and we have a great many exciting leads to follow up on.”

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Garages interested in finding out moreabout Carbon Clean should visit or call 0203 5070175.